pulled over, in love

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    Jul 04, 2011 6:04 AM GMT
    If someone were to ask me a week from now what my favorite thing about the 4th weekend was, I would say "getting pulled over sunday night!"

    This past month I have been in a slump. I was talking to this dude and that fell flat on its face (story of my life), so just been kinda down, but healing nonetheless. So earlier I decided to go out and grab a bite to eat. I decided to head up to mcdonalds for a chicken sandwhich. The mcdonalds is on the otherside of my neghborhood, so its all residential streets between here and there, and since I have been driving, I have never seen a cop there..ever. Its to the point where people never stop at the stop signs, save for when there is a car or pedestrian there.

    So I am cruising back home with the windows down and run the stop sign at Nottingham and Leesgate. Well there was a cop sitting up Leesgate a bit who was not there 4 minutes earlier when I ran the same stop sign. So of course 20 seconds later I see the flashing blue lights in my rear view.

    Now, this isnt the first, second, third, sixth, tenth or thirteenth time I have been pulled over. It isnt really that I am a bad driver, I just am always in the wrong place at the wrong time. Miraculously, I have only received 3 tickets to date! But anywhoo, I roll my eyes and pull over, with my chicken sandwich in my lap, half eaten. Now, in my previous run ins with the po po, I have leared that cops really appreciate it if you put your hands on the wheel at night. That way they know you arent reaching for anything. So, I did. He walks up to the car with that god-awful 10-trillion watt flashlight, and shines it in my face. I couldn't see anything at first, but soon after the flashlight was off, the streetlight behind him allowed my eyes to focus on this big, beefy officer at my window. His arms, his chest, and yes, an incriminatingly cute smile. My eyebrows lowered, my face relaxed, and my grip on the wheel loosened. I was in love lust. His hair was short, tight and high, and his arms veins reflected their sweat in the street light.

    Yes, he smiled at me. THAT is a first! Then he followed with the standard "do you know why I pulled you over"

    In my head, I said "really? really? I just blew past you and a stop sign doing 45 in a 20!"

    I said yes and that I didn't see it because I was eating my sandwhich. Wow, probably not the best thing to say, but that smile of his told me I was in no trouble.

    I was right, he chuckled and said "Do you live around here?"

    Yes, hop in, lets gooo!
    "Yes, officer, I live 2 streets down."

    "Since your car has temp tags, I need you to show me your license and registration."

    Mmmm man how bout I show you how a facial feels instead...
    "Okay, I have them both right here."
    I probably need to get out of the car, right? Fine. I understand, pat me down man. Watch out for that loaded gun.

    He glanced at the registration.
    "Okay, Mr. Tyler, let me take these to the car real quick. Hang tight."

    Well, my boxers were tight, that is for sure. It doesn't take much to get me going. I sat there and had another bite of my now-cold grilled chicken sandwich before I threw it out the window. I sat there, listening to Dawson McAllister (who is that guy??) sort out the troubled lives of troubled teens while I packed a lip and wait for Mr. Officer to return.

    [Top Tip! 95% of police officers in the US chew tobacco. They just do. If you do too, you should quit, but the 1st step when getting pulled over is to lip up immediately. While I couldn't do so due to my mobile feasting, I made sure to- stat. Cops respect those with similarities, and in your position, you need all the help you can get. In my experience(s), this has a 100% success rate.]

    He did indeed return shortly naked with his handcuffs and a raging boner, and handed me my information while peering in the car. He asked me what I dipped and I told him Grizzly Wintergreen and he dogged on me for that, saying Cope was the only way to go. [105% success rate]

    Then there was this silence. Now, it is not my place to really say anything. Most people are quiet as possible during traffic stops, so I was waiting on him.

    "Well Tyler, I really need you to slow down. You don't want to wreck this fancy car or kill a poodle do you?"

    I told him I cant make any promises regarding poodles, but I would definitely slow down.

    He leaned over, put both arms on my window seal and locked his elbows, supporting himself on my car. I could smell his awesome smell, and I got hot, real hot. He looked around my car, looked at me, and said, quietly:

    "There's something about the summertime, huh?"

    We locked eyes, he smiled, looked back at his car, pushed himself off the car back upright, and said, "You have a good night Tyler, catch you later."

    I sat there, stairing at the mailbox infront of the car, but not concentrating on it. Kinda like when you are just gazing off and then uncomfortably realize you are stairing directly at someone who notices. My mind was racing, and I felt the spark of fire that we depend on to stay happy in this world. It felt damn good.

    He drove past me, I shifted into drive, and took off.

    Ahhhhh, men. [Goes to check Craiglist "missing connections" section...]
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    Jul 04, 2011 6:08 AM GMT
    tee ell

    semicolon

    dee arr
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    Jul 04, 2011 7:03 AM GMT
    cold said
    Trocks797 saidIt isnt really that I am a bad driver, I just am always in the wrong place at the wrong time [...]


    You're right - it probably has nothing to do with your speeding, running stop signs or littering.

    Cool story though.


    I didn't litter.

    I just wonder what "something about summertime" meant
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    Jul 04, 2011 8:32 AM GMT
    You should have adjusted your crotch while he was in your face. That might have given him cause to "search for weapons" in your pants.
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    Jul 04, 2011 8:52 AM GMT
    The more I read this, the more it sounds like a scene from a porn. icon_lol.gif

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    Jul 04, 2011 9:00 AM GMT
    Trocks797 said
    cold said
    Trocks797 saidIt isnt really that I am a bad driver, I just am always in the wrong place at the wrong time [...]


    You're right - it probably has nothing to do with your speeding, running stop signs or littering.

    Cool story though.


    I didn't litter.

    I just wonder what "something about summertime" meant


    I agree with cold, you weren't in the wrong place, wrong time - you have a flagrant disregard for the rules. And you were littering, you said you threw your half-eaten sandwich out the window - littering!

    I once got frisked by a sexy cop, it was fun.
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    Jul 04, 2011 9:57 AM GMT
    holy crap that was the best story ever!!! you have great writing skills btw. i would have been like... frozen if it was me.
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    Jul 04, 2011 10:39 AM GMT
    Good story, let us know what happens... I always adhere to the 'throw a lip' in policy but I do it right when the blue lights start flashing.
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    Jul 04, 2011 10:48 AM GMT
    I have to agree with the cop, Cope is definitely better.icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 04, 2011 11:13 AM GMT
    you should look into writing erotic novels.... id totally read it
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    Jul 04, 2011 1:36 PM GMT
    lol. Have to admit, it did keep my attention for a rather longish post. ;)
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    Jul 04, 2011 5:15 PM GMT
    Trollileo said
    Ariodante saidtee ell

    semicolon

    dee arr
    I don't know, man. You may be a lot more interested in this story than you think.


    Just 'cause there's a "pig" doesn't mean there's bacon. icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 04, 2011 5:37 PM GMT
    EliStark said
    Trollileo said
    Ariodante saidtee ell

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    I don't know, man. You may be a lot more interested in this story than you think.


    Just 'cause there's a "pig" doesn't mean there's bacon. icon_wink.gif

    Nah. It's just a gay interested in a cop and he didn't get a ticket. TL;DR would be accurate, and I even read it.
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    Jul 04, 2011 6:13 PM GMT
    I think this belongs here, the RJ counterpart of "Missed Connections."

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/1660422

    'sall good though.
    Word to the wise, OP: all the specifics about street names and such help confirm the story's for real. But now who-knows-how-many people with who-knows-what motives can easily figure out exactly where you live. Maybe some editing's in order, just sayin'.
    If I were a young terbacky-spittin horndawg I'd be on the PD Websites looking for that Officer Friendly and making up all kinds of excuses to stop by the station. icon_twisted.gif Realize this, m'friend, unless you were wearing a baggy T or tank over loose-fitting trou that cop knew for damn sure you'd popped wood as well as the top of that can of shoulda-been-Copenhagen. Who's to say he didn't take his cruiser (don'cha love that term) to a secluded spot or make a pit stop at the station to give his own flesh nightstick a polishing? Just because hookups between Smokeys or men in blue, and lawbreakers, happen in pornos doesn't mean they don't occur in real life. The only difference is that in real life most officers of the law let professional ethics and integrity get in the way.
    I don't think it's out of bounds at all to go to the station ONCE at around shift-change time, ask to speak to "your" cop in person, and then if told you can't see him to leave a note signed with your full name thanking him for letting you off without a ticket. (I bet you're kicking yourself for not noting the serial number on his cruiser, eh? That way you could've spotted him on patrol right away and rolled up to, you know, just say hi.) Lines about being worried over a relative's getting into drugs, or your wanting to start a block watch, wouldn't fly 'cause the PD would just assign you a random person. And sending a letter to your lust interest in a sealed envelope probably isn't advisable either. But if you work, your taxes pay the man's salary and you're part of the public that employs him. So you're well within your rights to inquire after him once. More than once would cause raised eyebrows and put you both into the kind of uncomfortable positions that you (at least) are NOT imagining with boner in hand.
    Anyways, that was a good tale even if it wasn't a cliffhanger. icon_smile.gif (You are gonna allow a few days and then pursue this within the bounds of reason, right? And then keep us all informed? )
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    Jul 04, 2011 6:26 PM GMT
    That whole story made me go "Awwwwwww! icon_smile.gif". Stuff like that is the best, and it always catches you off guard. It's a shame nothing else happened, but then again he was at work and being a professional. Here's to hoping that you two cross paths again; here here! icon_smile.gif
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    Jul 04, 2011 9:43 PM GMT
    Pure saidAnd you were littering, you said you threw your half-eaten sandwich out the window - littering!


    I have always been told that food is not littering. Plus, the birds love it! You have never gone to a lake with some bread before?

    ncujock saidGood story, let us know what happens... I always adhere to the 'throw a lip' in policy but I do it right when the blue lights start flashing.


    SmallTOP1953 saidI have to agree with the cop, Cope is definitely better.icon_wink.gif


    It really does work. The few times I did get a ticket I was either out or hadn't thought of that yet. My buddy is a cop and told me to try it sometime, and the next time I got pulled over I was already lipped and could definitely tell a difference, but it is clear it works now. And yea, cope is legit, but at $3.50 a can, its just $$$. And Grizz wg is $1.90!

    Trollileo saidI don't know, man. You may be a lot more interested in this story than you think.

    P.S. I've never read softcore porn that intriguing before.


    alphatrigger saidlol. Have to admit, it did keep my attention for a rather longish post. ;)


    tautomer4314 saidThat whole story made me go "Awwwwwww! icon_smile.gif". Stuff like that is the best, and it always catches you off guard. It's a shame nothing else happened, but then again he was at work and being a professional. Here's to hoping that you two cross paths again; here here! icon_smile.gif


    Thank you guys! I really needed something, and this ended up being perfect. I just have so many questions in my head now. They say the man of your dreams will show up and hit you in the face (metaphorically speaking) when you are least expecting it. Who know that getting McDonald's could be so rewarding?

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    all the specifics about street names and such help confirm the story's for real. But now who-knows-how-many people with who-knows-what motives can easily figure out exactly where you live. Maybe some editing's in order, just sayin'.
    If I were a young terbacky-spittin horndawg I'd be on the PD Websites looking for that Officer Friendly and making up all kinds of excuses to stop by the station. icon_twisted.gif Realize this, m'friend, unless you were wearing a baggy T or tank over loose-fitting trou that cop knew for damn sure you'd popped wood as well as the top of that can of shoulda-been-Copenhagen. Who's to say he didn't take his cruiser (don'cha love that term) to a secluded spot or make a pit stop at the station to give his own flesh nightstick a polishing? Just because hookups between Smokeys or men in blue, and lawbreakers, happen in pornos doesn't mean they don't occur in real life. The only difference is that in real life most officers of the law let professional ethics and integrity get in the way.
    I don't think it's out of bounds at all to go to the station ONCE at around shift-change time, ask to speak to "your" cop in person, and then if told you can't see him to leave a note signed with your full name thanking him for letting you off without a ticket. (I bet you're kicking yourself for not noting the serial number on his cruiser, eh? That way you could've spotted him on patrol right away and rolled up to, you know, just say hi.) Lines about being worried over a relative's getting into drugs, or your wanting to start a block watch, wouldn't fly 'cause the PD would just assign you a random person. And sending a letter to your lust interest in a sealed envelope probably isn't advisable either. But if you work, your taxes pay the man's salary and you're part of the public that employs him. So you're well within your rights to inquire after him once. More than once would cause raised eyebrows and put you both into the kind of uncomfortable positions that you (at least) are NOT imagining with boner in hand.
    Anyways, that was a good tale even if it wasn't a cliffhanger. icon_smile.gif (You are gonna allow a few days and then pursue this within the bounds of reason, right? And then keep us all informed? )


    Wow, you know your stuff. Regarding my location, I took care of that. While I did get pulled over at Nottingham and Leesgate, I do not live two streets down. I am very detail-oriented, and telling a story with as many details as possible really affects how well the reader can place himself in my shoes. And while the officer may have thought nothing more of it than a routine traffic stop, I (and hopefully you too) felt like it was the highlight of the month! Details.

    About going to find him. I did not catch any information. I was shocked, and as much as I try to capture details, i just kept looking at the mailbox as my brain tried to process everything that just happened. I plan on making no move. HE is the one who knows how to contact me, and on one hand I am not gonna make a fool out of myself. On the other, I cant, for the life of me, figure out what he meant by "There's something about summertime." Was this like him saying he wants to get it on or what? Or was he like "you damn kids driving too fast". But he did say "catch ya later" and that smile was heart-melting. Maybe I will make another trip to McDonald's tonight (SUPER COOL happy meal toys right now) and completely abide by the rules of the road. If he is there, and pulls me over again, then I know what's up. I will report back!
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    Jul 04, 2011 9:51 PM GMT
    If you are trying to make it as a writer, I suggest:

    Take two weeks off, then quit for good.
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    Jul 04, 2011 9:52 PM GMT
    Aw cute story. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 05, 2011 2:42 AM GMT
    that almost sounded like the beginning of something amazing, then you failed. I went from wow, to angry... icon_mad.gif
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    Jul 05, 2011 2:57 AM GMT
    You need to go back to that intersection, and run that stop sign repeatedly until he pulls you over again. Then get his number this time.
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    Jul 05, 2011 3:05 AM GMT
    Um. Did anyone else get a hard-on?
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    Jul 05, 2011 3:18 AM GMT
    Cuff me up ! I have never been pulled over in the 6 years of driving but I hope my first time is like this !! Everyone says it is a bloody-painful experience (generally for your wallet) but I hope mine will include a phone number. icon_cool.gif
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    Jul 05, 2011 3:41 AM GMT
    havingfunmtl946 saidCuff me up ! I have never been pulled over in the 6 years of driving but I hope my first time is like this !! Everyone says it is a bloody-painful experience (generally for your wallet) but I hope mine will include a phone number. icon_cool.gif



    as a montrealer, you will be raped, by two female gina cops
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    Jul 05, 2011 3:42 AM GMT
    SoloXCRacer saidYou need to go back to that intersection, and run that stop sign repeatedly until he pulls you over again. Then get his number this time.


    seriously......... what is wrong with you? get a # next time, or...


    thanks for being so nice to me, can i get your name and badge so i can drop off a recommendation for you? or....

    I love summertime!, i was feeling bored so I decided to go for a bite to eat. How is your shift going tonight?

    or

    well, anything! I wouldn t have let it pass, i would of done something!
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    Jul 05, 2011 3:50 AM GMT
    nice! but seriously Grizzley? icon_eek.gif WTF!? if your gonna chew atleast go with SKOAL.

    I find that cherry is the best.

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