The Secret Tunnel Quotes.

1. "Tell me, Mitch," said Bertrand, reading my thoughts, "is there anyone on this train that you do not want to fuck?" "I'm not crazy about the dowager."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

2. "At first I couldn't believe it. I waited, not moving my cock, which was rock hard thanks to this pulsing grip. But yes, here it was again. The same pattern, the same rhythm. I was being signaled by an asshole in Morse code. And it was signaling SOS."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

3. "Perhaps the blood that was flooding into his dick, bringing it to full erection, was starving his brain of oxygen."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

4. "He’s not so bad-looking," I said, and it was true: the conductor was tall and well made, with a strong jawline and heavy, masculine features. "Non, not so bad," said Bertrand, "but he is cruel. He call me names, he call my mother names, he insult my country—not even my country, but France, even though I try to explain—" "There’s no point in trying to explain geography to that type."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

5. "What a charming man," I said. "I do not like him." "Bertrand, it’s a little early in our friendship to be jealous." Bertrand looked flustered. "I did not mean that… Not only that, en tout cas." "Don’t worry." I leaned forward and whispered, "My cock is all yours."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

6. "Sadly, my income does not match my tastes."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

7. "Ever had two men at the same time, Bertrand? Up that neat little ass?" "Oh, Mitch," he said, in a way that could easily have meant yes or no."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

8. "What did I know about Bertrand, apart from the fact that his ass fit my dick like a glove?"
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

9. "I felt defeated and dismayed. I trusted nobody, and I felt impotent-not only in the sexual sense."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

10. "First, I will suck you." I'm not sure whether this direct statement was just the European way, or if his English was inadequate to express anything more complicated, but in any case he dropped to his knees and started unbuttoning my fly."
- James Lear, The Secret Tunnel

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