Syron Sexton & Charles Dera
Dr. Hal Barthelme (Charles Dera) had been fantasizing about the girl in the blue dress (Syren Sexton) for weeks. He had first seen her, under most unusual circumstances, while riding the subway. Dr. Hal was performing an emergency tracheotomy on a stricken passenger when he glanced up briefly, only to be met by the mysterious girl’s sullen gaze. The urge to follow her off of the subway car was strong, but the physician was incapable of abandoning a patient in need. Desire would have to wait.
Dr. Hal spotted the doll again: at the opera, at the spoon museum, at the riverfront absinthe bar. On each occasion she was wearing the same dress and somehow managed to slip away before he could introduce himself.
Fate, however, finally intervened. Summoned to a posh house way up in the hills, Dr. Hal found the front door unlocked. The girl in the blue dress was waiting for him. She said nothing, issued an ambiguous smile and unzipped Dr. Hal’s trousers. Before he could stammer out a greeting, the iconic blue dress was discarded, and the good doctor’s cock was inside her. They fucked for hours. Many orgasms later the seductress wordlessly donned her dress and walked out the door.
Dr. Hal waited, but she never returned. When the owners of the hillside home came back, Dr. Hal learned that the girl didn’t even live there. He drove home in a daze, half listening to an old Tom Petty song on the radio, his mind endlessly replaying the day’s events.