Feb 142008

Dr. Otto Von Madd, sexual scientist extraordinaire, was depressed.

He flipped the channel on his spy monitor. The screen showed an interesting orgy occurring in the Sentient Panties testing center. Screams of sexual delight came from the scientists and their highly intelligent underwear.

He flipped the channel. The screen revealed Dr. Nebitz using a sonic flogger in a innovative manner on Dr. Washington’s precisely shaved pussy. She was achieving orgasm in record time and judging by how fast Dr. Neibitz was stroking his cock, he would too.

Dr. Von Madd changed the channel. One by one, he slowly scanned through all of the spy cameras in the erotic laboratory. The sexual activity was usually pretty high among his employees but today it was universal. Everyone was getting fucked, sucked, seduced, pounded, pleasured and sated. In fact the only person not having sex today was Dr. Von Madd himself.

It was Valentine’s Day, and for the first time in his adult life, Otto didn’t feel like fucking.

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Oh he tried. This morning he sank his cock into a busty chemist’s mouth but his heart wasn’t in it. For lunch he tried fucking a mathematician’s tight ass but he soon lost interest. An hour ago he was hit on by Dr. Qui and her twin sister, Dr. Qui, but he politely turned them down. Today he couldn’t seem to get in touch with his libido.

He sighed. Otto realized that for all his wonderful sex and his many, many, many conquests, he had never met anyone that loved him. He had met many women who lusted for him, but because he had never made love a focus of his studies, he never learned to recognize the many women who had adored him for purely non sexual reasons. Normally this wouldn’t bother him but that was the power of Valentine’s Day: it made even the happiest of people realize they wanted love.

A strange high pitch thumping noise filled his office. It was the sound of the space time continuum being ripped open in a brutal manner. Dr. Von Madd recognized the sound from the last time he tried to make a quantum vibrator. Back then all that happened was the loss of an entire laboratory, now he was witnessing a woman stepping through a strange doorway. Well, it was hard to see with all of the lights, the distortions and warping of vision but Dr. Von Madd’s genius mind could recognize a woman’s body in almost any circumstance.

“Dr. Von Madd!” the woman yelled. She had one foot in the space rip, screaming above the terrible sounds.

“Present!” he said. He tried to get a good look at the woman but the air around her was constantly moving and changing. He could tell she had breasts, and he could tell she had long flowing hair but he couldn’t even determine what color the hair was.

“I have broken the laws of physics, defied government orders and gave the finger to my science peers in order to travel from the future to this day, the most depressing Valentine’s Day you have ever experienced!” the woman yelled.

Dr. Von Madd thought about causality and worlds collapsing. There was a theoretical risk in knowing the future but what the fuck, he was a scientist. He could handle it.

“What message do you bring from the future, unknown traveler!” he asked.

The air around her shifted. For a moment Dr. Von Madd was convinced that she was a black woman but then he thought she might have been a very pale Nordic woman. It was impossible to tell. Time and space were doing terrible things to his vision. He wasn’t sure what he was seeing but for some reason he believed in this woman.

“Otto, I love you and I always will!” she yelled.

The portal closed and she was gone.

Dr. Von Madd stood there, watching the empty space. He waited to the count of ten but no other portal appeared.

The woman was gone. He thought about the kind of woman who would use time travel just to cheer him up before he even knew who she was. Otto wanted to meet that woman but she had traveled back to the future and the only way he could follow her was one second at a time.

Otto thought about her message.

He pushed a button on his intercom system.

“Would Dr. Qui and Dr. Qui please report to my office,” he said. “I am feeling much better now.”

The end.

  8 Responses to “Fiction: Because She Could”

  1. That has to be the best Valentine’s story. I absolutely adore the peek into Dr. Von Madd’s psyche.

  2. Aboslutely lovely. It reminds me of a song called “Marvin, I Love You” from Dr. Demento.

    But, lovely, lovely. And now he has a “plan”.

  3. Musns- Thanks. I wasn’t going to do one but the idea of a time-traveling Valentine struck me and I knew I had to do it.

    t’sade- Wow, my first girlfriend gave me that song and I had forgotten all about it. I’m going to try to find a copy of that today.

  4. *chuckle* Such a lovely story. I particularly like that Dr. Von Madd has no idea what she actually looked like – so he’ll just have to connect with many, many women to find the one who loves him!

    xx Dee

  5. Dee- That was one of the things that really intrigued me. He knows someone is out there for him, because he met her. Sort of.

  6. Ahah! Great picture on how little it takes to get back on {the erotic} track!

  7. Excellent, as always. I hope that we get to see the good doctor meet his woman!

  8. Julie- All it takes is a little space/time barrier breaking.

    Asian Librarian- I think we may see that sooner than later.

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