“Now you understand what you’re going to do,” I said. Her eyes were looking up at me even as I fucked her face. “Swallow it,” I said again, “because if you don’t, I won’t let you fuck me again.” That made her pause. I supposed it all depended on just how mad she still was and just how horny she was. That should be enough.” “It was,” I said, “but now I want something more.” “What? “I’m not doing that.” “Then you can get the fuck out of my bedroom.” “Fine.” It was a big mistake. She knew when I came in her pussy, she knew she’d get just a little bit dumber. ” “Come by here tomorrow morning and let me fuck you.” “But seriously, Josh, you’re not going to cum inside me, are you?
We both knew that this time, there would be no stopping. “Yeah, I’m satisfied.” “Then get the hell off of me, you ass hole. “Remember to come back here same time tomorrow morning,” I told her. She’d finished dressing so she grabbed up her backpack. I wondered if she was going to be back the next morning. She should have known better than to ask that question. I’m pretty sure she knew this was coming but I’m pretty sure she didn’t have an answer for it because if she had had an answer, she would have had it ready for me, but instead, she just fell back on a lame, little line. “I mean, you’ve got me blowing your cock every day. She knew the other part of the hypnotic compulsion that had been placed on her.
gonna (do that)." That the verb go as used in this construction is distinct from the ordinary lexical verb go can be seen in the fact that the two can be used together: "I'm going to go to the store now." Also the lexical use of going to is not subject to the contractions to gonna and similar: "I'm gonna get his autograph" clearly implies the future meaning (intention), and not the meaning "I'm going [somewhere] [in order] to get his autograph." The going-to future is one of several constructions used in English to refer to future events (see Future tense § English).
The basic form of the going-to construction is in fact in the present tense; it is often used when the speaker wishes to draw a connection between present events, situations, or intentions and expected future events or situations, i.e.
to express the present relevance of the future occurrence.
It may therefore be described as expressing prospective aspect, in the same way that the present perfect (which refers to the present relevance of past occurrences) is said to express retrospective (or perfect) aspect. English has a construction formed by part of the copula be followed by to and the bare infinitive of the main verb (i.e. This is similar in form to the going-to future, with the omission of the word going.
In the first person, I'm gonna may further contract to I'm'n'a .
Hence "You're going to like it" could be said as "You're gonna like it" or just "You gonna like it".I moved in between her legs and then my cock was on her pussy. Here you will find thousands of free porn galleries of hot beauties with magnificent breasts. ” She nodded and once again, I pushed my cock back in her mouth.She let a hand slide between her legs and she looked up at me. I suppose I might have made her beg for it but the truth was that I’d wanted to fuck her for so long that as soon as I had her in that position, there just wasn’t any holding back.
Constructions analogous to the English going-to future are found in some other languages, including French and Spanish.