I cruised around the Schöneberg neighborhood, visiting the leather shops and such: Connection, RoB, Mr. B, and a couple others. I bought some t-shirt gifts — a Mr. B shirt that glows in the dark for my boyfriend, a brown and gold Berlin shirt for Rusty (who is house/cat-sitting while I’m away), and two for me, a red Berlin shirt with the bears with entangled tongues and a black Kinky Tulip shirt. I met a couple guys (Mario and Stefan) from Bavaria outside Mr. B, along with their friend Donovan.
(Just because I name check someone in the blog, doesn’t mean I had sex with them. Might have wanted to, though…)
That evening, I went to a private party called Kellerloch, although I didn’t know that was the name of it at the time — an online buddy invited me without specifying the name of the party. A couple people online had asked if I was going to Kellerloch, but I had told them no, because I didn’t know at the time.
Kellerloch (“cellar hole”, per Babelfish) is, yes, another fisting party, held at the south end of Schöneberg in a basement. There were probably 20 guys there. I got fisted by Klaus, and then returned the favor. Then by Marcel from the Netherlands, and again returned the favor, getting each of may hands in about 4" past the wrist, the deepest I’ve ever fisted someone. And then fisted Marco from Zurich, to a similar depth, and then he fisted me on all fours. And one point, he sat on my lower back (shades of Brüno!) and fisted me from above.
Back at the hotel, I thought I should cum, since I really hadn’t done that for a couple days. Got out the sling, put in the Fist Pack video, lubed up the inflatable dildo and pumped it larger than I have before and went at myself. But to no avail. I pissed like crazy, splattering myself good, but couldn’t manage to cum. Too worked up and worked over!
Updated on March 1, 2010.
Updated on March 2, 2010.
This article claims that “cellar door” is one of the most beautiful phrases in the English language. Can we make a parallel claim that “kellerloch” is one of the kinkiest in the German language?