sc 167 “The Rescue.”

In this exciting episode of the Smellcast, learn what REALLY happened during Toppie’s four month long “hiatus!”  All was NOT as it seemed!

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4 Responses to “sc 167 “The Rescue.””

  1. Jay Y Says:

    Hmmm…you and Billy nekkid on horseback? Now we’re getting into completely new territory. However, I still can’t imagine the damage a ride on a horse could do to unprotected junk.


    • toppiesmellie Says:

      My bits and pieces were pressed up so tightly to Billy’s back I was really quite safe, Jay. I actually remember the ride as being extremely sensual and would do it again in a heartbeat with the right fella. Okay, actually ANY fella. Billy however, did report being rather black and blue the next day. Somehow it just wasn’t the same experience for both of us — I don’t understand it. Ah well. To each his own, I guess!


  2. Kalvin Says:

    So risque! I think my favorite part was Billy breaking out of the “act” when he found you in the basement. It must have been so traumatic! I hope you had good ventilation when you were down there. I also liked the potato as a battery business. Was there actually a root cellar, which made me start thinking, is a potato a root or just a tuber and is a tuber a root? (okay, I looked it up, and there are stem and root tubers, but a potato is a stem tuber, so should one keep a potato in a root cellar?) Always interested to hear how you use sound to craft your stories.


    • toppiesmellie Says:

      Thank you Kalvin — I can always count on you for a very focused and well thought out response to my junk and stuff. I really appreciate that!! In truth, Billy’s obvious inexperience when it comes to telling stories, is quite forgivable given his obsequious faults. You are quite right about the potato being a TUBER and not a mere root. To be honest Kalvin, I know not why the potato was discarded when I found it that desperate day. I just knew — almost instinctively — that it gave me the ever so slight bio-power to be able to make the all-important first contact with Billy via HAM Radio! My life is very precarious Kalvin — as you obviously sense!!


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