Obama Embrace Of Clinton At Democratic Convention Turns Sexual

Funny story written by Don Grapper

Thursday, 28 July 2016

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President Obama Denies Having Blasted His Load Just Seconds Before This Embrace of Hillary Clinton

Philadelphia - Just moments after saying, "she'll finish the job," President Barack Obama was met on stage by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton before the cheering throng of delegates to the 2016 Democratic Convention. The two embraced, and walked to all corners of the stage to wave at the cheering crowd. Then they embraced again.

"Things got a little out of hand," Clinton admitted later, still flush and fanning herself with a two page, illustrated synopsis of her "Rebuild America" infrastructure plan before reporters.

"I felt Barack's hand on the small of my back, and as any woman will tell you, that's awfully close to the ass, which for me, is one massive erogenous zone," she said.

Saying she felt faint, that "no man had touched her like that for so long", and admitting also to believing in stereotypes her husband shared with her often from his repeated viewings of the controversial 1970's film "Mandingo," Hillary admitted that when they hugged, she felt her pelvis magnetically drawn to the "jutting crotch" of the 44th President.

"He was rigid enough that I felt his firm, bulbous tip through the thick padding of my Depends undergarments," Hillary said.

The President laughed off questions from reporters, asking if he "had a boner." Photos show Hillary to be pulling her ass back at one point, a scene commentators said looked like something from a junior high school slow dance.

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