Killer Legs

She was to die for and in fact her silicone curves came with a warning about sex addiction, because she was designed to be the perfect companion.  Her legs went all the way down to the floor, they seemed to go on forever, and all men thought that was her best feature, especially when she was wrapping them around their backs.  The men were all familiar with Mathew’s saying, “Whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart”, but they still devoted most of their time to gazing at her alluring legs and found themselves spellbound in visual foreplay to the point where they had to have her.  The company that designed her Robotic Rhapsody named her Sadie the sex kitten.

They claimed that a half hour in bed with her was equal to the cardio workout of running a marathon and other than the risk of having a heart attack or a stroke, it would always be safe sex.  Sadie came with a companion for those who liked to tape their sexcapades and Max as he was called, came with antennas for webcasting the show.  Sadie could do things with her tail that drove men absolutely out of their minds, but it was those tongues that stick out of her knees were her secret weapons.

Written for Kira’s Sunday Scribbles weekly inspirational art piece.

11 thoughts on “Killer Legs

    1. Thanks Kira. I heard that nudist colonies are not sexual, but any place where everyone is naked would be sexual for me. You very rarely put any clothing on your characters, so that makes me think sexual thoughts. Yes she is monstrous looking and misshaped, but I felt that there was something appealing about her. My first idea was writing about her legs and then I came up with the sex robot and I ran with that,

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