1. A Gift From His Daughter


    Date: 11/29/2017, Categories: Taboo, Author: spinneroftales, Source: LushStories

    Fred Archer was a big man, tall and with a strong, well-built body. He had started losing his hair early in life and now was bald with dark hair on the back and sides of his head, which he kept cut short. He wore a full beard, cut short like his hair. Like many bald men, he had a hairy chest and stomach and a thick patch around his large cock. Fred had suppressed certain feelings all his life. As a young man, he had admired the abilities and bodies of athletes, and unacceptable thoughts had passed through his head; but he had known they weren’t right and had banished them. In Sunday school, in church, and in school the correct moral values had been drilled into his psyche. The population of his mid-western town knew what was right, and were determined their children were going to do what was right. But as a middle-aged man, he had realized if he liked men too, it was nobody’s fucking business, and if he ever had the opportunity and decided to act on it, so be it. He had grown up, married, had a daughter and developed a thriving tire dealership. The one big disappointment in his life was his daughter. He didn’t know what they had done wrong, but she had grown up to be, not really spoiled, but believing she was entitled. If anyone gave her a gift or did her a favor she never said, “Thanks.” It was as if it was simply her due. Even as a small child she had been selfish, and always wanted what another kid had, even if it was the same as she already had. He found her unpleasant to ...
    be around. But evidently not everyone felt the same way. She had a boyfriend and announced they were getting married. It bothered Fred that Lance hadn’t asked for his daughter’s hand. He knew that was old fashioned, but what bothered him was she didn’t think she had to ask permission to do anything, and that extended to anyone else that was connected to her. She was beautiful, that was true, but he couldn’t grasp why this good-looking fit young man would want to tie himself to her for the rest of his life. He pitied him, and before the wedding had a serious talk with him, telling him if he ever had any problems or anything he needed to talk about, he was there to listen and to advise. He knew Lance had never known his father and probably lacked guidance. He thought, "I give this marriage about six months." Every day was a busy one at Fred’s business. He had six bays and ten employees, selling, changing and fixing tires. There was never a day that ended without him feeling tired but exalted. Today was no different. They had closed and after putting everything back in its place, the workers had gone. He was in his office wrapping things up when he heard a loud tapping on the front glass door. He looked out of his office door to make sure it was safe and saw it was Lance. He went into the store and let him in, saying, "Hi son, what’s up?" Lance said, “Hi Mr. Archer, I don’t want to bother you, but could I talk to you for a few minutes?” Fred said, “Sure, of course. Come on into ...
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