1. It's All About The Stuffing

    Date: 12/30/2017, Categories: Fetish Author: byTwistedPlayr, Source: Literotica

    "If it's put inside the turkey then it's called stuffing. If you cook it separately it's called dressing, and dressing is better. Why waste all the time sticking it up the turkey's ass?" said Nick as he grabbed a loaf of bread from the display. "That's just something someone made up. There is no real difference between the two. It's really a geographical issue. People in the south say dressing while people in the north say stuffing. That's why it's 'stove top stuffing' not 'stove top dressing'," replied Colleen as she struck a line through the word 'bread' on her shopping list. This was not the first time the couple had engaged in the same argument. Nick brought up the topic every year and refused to give up. "That's it. This year we're going to settle this once and for all, and I know just the place to get the answer," she said. "Oh really, where?" replied Nick. "Let's drop into that culinary school that's a few blocks away. I think that a professional chef should be able to tell us who's right," she proposed. Nick mulled it over for a couple of seconds. "Okay, but let's make it interesting. What do I get when they prove me right?" He asked. Colleen thought about it for a second and came up with the rules. "If hell were to freeze over and you win, not only will I concede, but I'll also give you an amazing blowjob every night over the thanksgiving break," she offered. "What do you get if hell freezes over and you're the winner?" he asked. "That's simple. When I win, you'll have to not only concede, but also let me teach you how to properly stuff a turkey," she replied. Nick didn't even have to think about whether to accept the challenge or not. He knew that he was right and couldn't lose. "You got a deal. We'll drop by there on the way back," he replied. The bet was on. Unfortunately for Nick, the bet didn't quite go how he expected. The chef they spoke to at the culinary school was amused but very helpful. He explained that Colleen was indeed correct, and that the difference between stuffing and dressing was a regional one. People called it by their preferred name whether they cooked it in or out of the bird. "Don't pout about it. You can call it what you want if you remember that dressing and stuffing are the same. Either way, it has so much more flavor when you cook it in the bird. Besides, it doesn't matter that you're a loser, you'll always be my little turkey," Colleen teased as she watched her disgruntled husband. Nick grumbled a few times that evening, and even questioned the experience of the chef at the culinary institute, but Colleen wouldn't hear any of it. She had won and that was all there was to it.The couple rose early on thanksgiving morning to finish preparing before the guests arrived at noon. Colleen cooked the stuffing and baked a few pies while it cooled enough to stuff into the turkey. Once everything was ready, she called her husband into the kitchen.Nick reluctantly left his seat on the couch where he was watching the ...