Dirty hot sex: a second try with a couple new to swapping

I just noticed that I have a bruise on my breast.  Does this mean the sex was really good or really bad?  I think that all depends on what you like in bed. My weekend sex, bruises and all, was pretty damn good.

We are walking into the second bar of the night on our 'date' with a hot younger couple. I say to my potential sex partner -  you don't have to liquor me up, I'm a sure thing.  Everyone laughed at the antidote, but the fact is that we are all there to get comfortable with each other and have wild sex with virtual strangers. This is the basis of the swinging lifestyle after all.

We met the hot young couple at the 'Get Leid' party last weekend and decided to give sex another shot minus the excess alcohol. So after dining on Tapas and drinking Mojitos we agreed on a hotel in downtown Tampa. 

We don't make it to the room without groping and arousing each other in ways most would find inappropriate in a hotel parking garage. In the mean time Soccer Dad is already in the elevator making out with the hottie girl oblivious to the person who has joined them on the elevator.  Sometimes the heat of the moment leads to the lack of inhibitions and basic social norms.

We broke our own rule this time by swinging with a newbie couple who had never experienced swapping.  Swinging rules will be defined in a later blog.

Hottie young couple decided they wanted separate rooms.  This gave each of us plenty of room in our suite with a king size bed. Sex that night was downright rough and dirty. Hair pulling, choking, and spanking with sweaty bodies pounding together. We took a break to enjoy the jacuzzi tub in the hotel room and rest our bodies for another round of dirty fucking. The night finally ended around 4:30 AM with a peck on the cheek and a simple goodbye. 

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