Dave and Jessica enjoy a quick car wash with fingering and oral benefits.
As he stepped out of his car at the Texaco gas station, Dave glanced at the cloudy skies and looming storm. He could feel the cool breeze and knew the front was just passing over. He unscrewed his gas cap and turned to see just what this tank of gas will cost. He slid his credit card into the slot and quickly removed it. Grabbing the nozzle for regular, he allowed his mind to wander as he slipped the nozzle into the opening for the gas. Without notice he started to picture Jessica, leaning over the rear fender of the car as he slipped his nozzle in.
Dave had known Jessica for a long time, since high school in fact, but it was only recently they had truly discovered each other. In fact, it wasn’t until Dave had run into her at the mall that he realized she had come back to town. Though both were with friends at the time, they made arrangements to take a day trip to the beach the next day.
As the digital numbers on the gas pump slowly bubbled on, Dave peeked in the car window. “Looks like were gonna get some rain.”
“Yeah,” Jessica replied, “how much farther is the drive?”
“Well, normally about 30 minutes, but if that rain is as bad as it looks from here, it could take twice that.”
“You in a hurry?” Dave smiled.
“Well yeah. I mean I just found you again after 20 years and then I got to fight a two-hour drive in the rain before I get my hands on you. Yeah I’m in a hurry.”
Jessica laughed, “Good things come to those who wait.”
“Damn, even the gas is slow,” Dave replied, moving back over to the nozzle. He could hear Jessica still laughing.
Dave grabbed the nozzle and squeezed it a bit harder, as if to coax out the precious fuel. Finally, the nozzle clicked closed and the digital numbers froze. Dave pressed the handle, milking the last touch of gas into the car before returning the nozzle to the pump. He looked to the pump’s display to request a receipt, but was first faced with a question. Would you like a discount car wash? Yes… No… Dave was about to hit no, but suddenly an idea popped into his head. He pushed yes and then requested his receipt. In a few moments the small piece of paper came out of the pump.
After grabbing the receipt, Dave slipped back into the car and started the engine.
“What’s that grin on your face,” Jessica asked, his fingers thoughtfully stroking her hair.
“Oh nothing, just an idea,” Dave replied as he put the car in gear. Instead of turning to head for the road though, Dave took a hard left and headed up to the entrance to the car wash.
“Dave, it’s about to pour rain, and you’re gonna get the car washed?”
“You can never be too clean, besides, I needed a bit of a polish. What about you?” Dave watched as Jessica figured out his plan, enjoying the initial confusion, followed by a knowing look from those deep blue eyes.