Fantasy Phone Sex

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I sat down chatting with my girlfriend on how much I have missed being with her, suddenly I start feeling this warmth in my body with complete imagination that she is close to me. I just found myself asking her, “hey cutie what are you wearing?” surprised at my question she said, “Why do you ask?” at first I didn’t know what to answer her but I said with the most sexy and deepest voice, the voice that could turn her on even if I wasn’t around, “because I feel, and need you so much that I cannot control myself right now.” Within no minute I hear her giggle over the phone and there and then I knew she was hot for me too. All she said was, “I’m on a hot pant and a bra”. I didn’t know what to say but I just mentioned to her to kiss me through the phone. After an emotional caressing over the phone I was on top of the world naked and so horny. I told her to remove the bra and also to lower her pants, I could feel her breath increasing and her chanting how sweet it was. I told her to lower her hands and caress her tits and also to make it feel like I was the one touching her.
I was getting wet so fast and so was she, and all I could hear her scream is how much she misses me.; in low tone I could hear myself screaming, “baby I miss you so much”. She then asked me, “baby I want you to remove your boxer cause I want to feel you naked”, I had a quite big smile and said to her in response, “it is already on the floor baby, lower you hands baby and touch the A spot now”. The next thing I had from her was a big mourns that made to shout too. I told her to run her hands down her stomach again and pretend it was me this time, until she finds her way to her entrance between her legs, it felt so good to me that I found myself wet, as much I was touching myself it felt pleasurable as if she was the one touching my body.
I rolled sides and sides of my bed rubbing myself so hard that I…...

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