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Author Topic: Little JailBird (Prison/MxM/1930's/John Dillinger)  (Read 600 times)

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Little JailBird (Prison/MxM/1930's/John Dillinger)
« on: May 15, 2012, 09:45:09 pm »
~John "Johnny" Dillinger~

It's 1933, and the infamous 30 year old John Dillinger has been back in the Indiana state penitentiary for a year after being there for nine straight years before.  Tall and handsome with a tough shell, no one but the meanest inmates bother with him.  Dillinger lives every day as his last, not thinking much about the future.  He likes baseball, movies, fast cars, good clothes, books, whiskey, cute boys and has a Chicago accent.

~Jack Keaton~ (my character)
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17 years old, young-faced and quiet, Jack Keaton's been sentenced to five years for holding up a liquor store with two buddies.  He's got a cute face, a pretty mouth and the best ass Dillinger's ever seen.  Chicago accent as well.  Jack keeps a hard look and tries to act like he's not scared to be locked up, but it's easy to see through. 


It all starts with the looks; lusty looks from Dillinger and cautious, scattered looks from Jack.  Dillinger knows just exactly what he'd like to do with Jack, and he's not trying to hide it.  Jack gets smart with Dillinger and tried to meet his level of attitude, convinced that he'll never get him alone.  Only thing is, Dillinger can manage to have Jack alone whenever he damn well pleases.