Breasts To Kill For
by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Translated from Polish by Magdalena Kuropatnicka
Julka had huge breasts. She liked to tempt men with them. She had
lots of admirers – it's so easy to satisfy fantasies. In their orgasmic
thoughtlessness the men were blind – they did not predict the jeopardy
coming from her bust. She nestled their heads between her breasts (such
instinct). Immersed in softness they whimpered with delight, but...she
also liked to squeeze a little
harder, until the lack of breath. Breaffocated with the delightful breathlessness, they died fast.
Julka also liked other games – to squeeze harder to...crack them
skullies of the aroused! They brainsplashed the floor. So much
cleaning! Everything comes at a price.
Her breasts were endowed with self-awareness. Haunted by depression
and remorse, they decided to put a stop to the murderous activity. An
article on Lolo Ferrari came as an inspiration.
One night Julka was suffocated by her own breasts!
© 2021 Christopher T. Dabrowski
Christopher T. Dabrowski has published in many places:
USA: "Escape" (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), "Anomaly"
(2020 - Royal Hawaiian Press)
Spain:"La fuga" (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), "Anomalia"
(2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press)
Germany: "Die Anomalie" (2020 - Der Romankiosk)
Poland: "Deathbirth" (2008 - Armoryka publishing house),
"Anima vilis" (2010 - Initium publishing house),
- Novae Res publishing house),
"Deathbirth and other stories"
(2012 & 2017 - Agharta & Armoryka publishing house),
"Z życia Dr Abble" (2013 - Agharta publishing house),
"Orgazmokalipsa" (2016 - Alternatywne publishing house),
"Anomalia" (2016 - Forma publishing house),
"Ucieczka" (2017 - Dom Horroru publishing house) &
"Nie w inność" (2019 - Waspos publishing house.)
He has contributed to anthologies published in the USA, England,
Australia, Canada, Poland, Russia,
Germany & India, and has stories in PLAYBOY in the
Slovak, USA, English, Czech , Russian, Brasilian, Spanish,
Argentinian, German, Italian, Hungarian, Mexican, Albanian, &
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