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CEO at Protein Monster
Lives in San Francisco
Straight Man

My jaw was on the floor. There she was, my beautiful wife, getting her pussy stuffed with her personal trainer's thick 9-inch cock, his muscles glistening as the sweat dripped down his perfect body. I couldn't believe it. Who? What? Why? There's no time. Fast-forward ten years and I am a billionaire, living my best life on an exotic island. I founded a startup that uses AI and machine learning to predict what customers will order at restaurants before they order it, so that the chefs will have all the food ready instantly. And I also created a dating app that you're not allowed to use if you're poor. I am the richest man in the world, and I'm loving every minute of it. But I am never not haunted by the thought of my ex-wife getting her pussy pounded by a hot stud with perfect abs. I think about it every second of the day, and it makes me want to kill myself. Suddenly, I get an idea: use my billions of dollars to get penis and muscle surgery and then win my ex-wife over. I hire dozens of surgeons and spend over $40 million, but it's all worth it. My penis is two feet long and as thick as a watermelon. I weigh over 300 pounds and my biceps are bigger than my head. My neck muscles are so thick that I can barely breathe. I fly my private jet to my ex-wife's house and immediately win her over. We are married again, and we love having sex all the time. Two weeks later I walk into my huge mansion and see my wife getting fucked again, this time by her new personal trainer, who's black. I watch his beautiful thick cock slide in and out of her wet pussy and cannot believe my eyes. I divorce her again but she gets half of my money, and now my wife is a billionaire too. She becomes a billionaire porn star and is always on TV getting fucked in her big wet pussy by beautiful men, and I have no choice but to watch it. I am tormented every second of every day, constantly jacking off to videos of my ex-wife getting fucked and thinking about killing myself. I want to die so badly My life was a hard one, but it was worth every second. I learned a lot through my years, and it was an incredible journey. Life has its ups and downs, but it all works out in the end. Even when things seem hard, it's all worth it. Sometimes, you just have to look at the world...and smile.

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