Simple word play
There was that time I locked horns with my cousin Sheila at the annual family reunion. It was midnight as I recall, and I could not sleep so I snuck out of my cabin and into the camp kitchen. I was just finishing making some toast in the oldest and largest toaster I had ever seen, when Sheila’s boyfriend came in. I was startled and a little embarrassed, standing there in my far too revealing gown. I felt my face flush, and tried no to stare when I realized he was wearing even less than me. He was breathtakingly gorgeous and I had already imagined what it would be like to have him kiss me. OK, so maybe I had imagined a bit more than that. My heart skipped a beat when he came to stand next to me at the toaster and I moved aside to let him make his toast. Instead he leaned in and kissed me! The intensity and suddenness of it buckled my knees. He held me up and kissed me again, this time longer and much....Oh will you look at the clock! I am so late for my dentist appointment! Bye! See you later.