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This is the sixth and final bite-size chapter of “The Wishing Dildo Part 1!”

Summary: It is said that the Wishing Dildo can grant any wish relating to sexuality or fertility, as long as that wish is consensual. Prince Hart sure hopes that is true as he and his friend, trickster Tala, embark on a quest for it. As they travel, they soon discover that sometimes the greatest adventure is the people you meet along the way.

Note: This story contains some sexual humor.

This image is meant to capture the feeling of an exciting adventure. A road traverses a rocky, mountainous landscape that is dramatically lit by the setting sun.

This image is meant to capture the feeling of an exciting adventure. A road traverses a rocky, mountainous landscape that is dramatically lit by the setting sun.

The Wishing Dildo Part 1: Six Companions

Chapter 6

This story is continuing from Chapter 5, which you can read here.

Soon the climate became warmer and wetter. Lush growth was everywhere, and the fields were full of fruit, corn, rice, and beans, as well as market crops like sugar cane, coffee, and cocoa. Here the houses were made of wood and stone, with steep roofs to shed rain. Naturally, the people here wore fewer layers, though they did favor bright colors and bold patterns.

It rapidly became clear that this was a culture that valued respect, particularly for elders and those of high status. Respect also played an important role in decision making, and it was customary for the whole community to be consulted before any decisions were made. Consequently, decisions took longer to make, but they were usually good ones that met the needs of the entire community. Despite this formality, or perhaps because of it, the people were very friendly with those they considered equals and could often be seen exchanging hugs and talking animatedly.

As they traveled, Min rode constantly by Jewel’s side, asking questions, making comments, and showering her with enthusiastic attention in an attempt to help Jewel feel at ease. Unfortunately, Min’s efforts had the opposite effect. What’s more, Jewel was too worried about hurting Min’s feelings to say anything to her about it.

Thus the uncomfortable situation continued until Tomás decided to intervene. He said, “Tala, I don’t believe that Min has heard your story about the time you rode a flying trunk up to an enchanted garden in the sky.”

“No!” Min replied. “I haven’t!”

“Please tell it to us,” said Tomás. “It’s so entertaining that it is well worth hearing again.”

“I’d be happy to,” Tala said, and with a grin, she began a tale so captivating that, for Min, the rest of the world ceased to exist.

Meanwhile, Tomás and Jewel guided their horses back to the end of the line, leaving Min and Tala riding side by side.

“Thank you,” Jewel said, much relieved.

“It is not hard to see why Min is so taken with you,” Tomás said with a blush. “But she can sometimes get carried away by her own enthusiasm.”

“Min is a wonderfully earnest and vibrant person,” Jewel replied, “but I must admit that I find her attention to be a bit overwhelming.” Then she sighed and said, “I know I need to talk to her, but I just don’t feel up to that right now.”

“Would you like help?” offered Tomás.

“Thank you, but I think it best if I do that myself,” replied Jewel. “Having someone else involved will only embarrass Min further.”

“That is possible,” replied Tomás. “For now, would you like to listen to Tala’s story?”

“I think I’d rather get to know you better,” Jewel said.

And so it was that Jewel and Tomás spent the rest of the day talking while Tala captivated Min, Anissa, and Prince Hart with her marvelous tales.

The six of them arrived in the capital at dusk, and with a bit of negotiation, found a place to stay at a merchant’s inn next to the central market. Tired from the long, hot ride, they ate a hearty meal and went to straight to sleep. Everyone except for Jewel, that is, for as soon as she was certain that the others were sleeping, she got up, dressed, and snuck out of the inn.

The next morning, Prince Hart, Tala, Anissa, Min, and especially Tomás were surprised to find that Jewel had disappeared without saying goodbye. In fact, she hadn’t even taken her pouch of diamonds and rubies with her. Worried about what this could mean, the five of them ate a solemn meal. Then, just as they were dispiritedly saddling their horses, a group of soldiers arrived and told them that the queen and king had summoned them to an audience.

Greatly dismayed, everyone quickly put on their finest clothing, and soon they were being escorted to the palace. Filled with trepidation, they entered the grand audience chamber. And grand it was—the walls were of pink and white coral, with brilliant mosaics of flowers and birds. The queen and king sat upon thrones of gold and ruby carved with leopards, elephants, snakes, and crocodiles. Beside them, on stools of silver and garnet, sat two princesses clad in regal garments, one of whom was grinning at them.

With delight, they recognized the princess as Jewel!

The queen and king were smiling too. “We thank you for aiding our daughter in her escape,” the queen said.

“That is more credit that we deserve,” Prince Hart replied. “We merely sped up a portion of her journey.”

“Nonetheless, we are deeply grateful for your role, however small, in reuniting our family,” the king said.

And then Princess Jewel said, “I apologize for not confiding in you more completely, but after my cousin’s betrayal, I find it difficult to fully trust even those who have proved themselves.”

“Now, in celebration of our daughter’s return, and in honor of our five distinguished guests,” declared the queen, “I proclaim that there will be seven days of feasting and rejoicing!”

“And afterward,” Princess Jewel said, “I would like to join the five of you on your quest.”

“We would be honored to have you with us,” Prince Hart replied.

This story will be continued in “The Wishing Dildo Part 2” which I am currently writing.

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