Rubbing myself raw

I rubbed myself raw on him.

We have a word here: pashing. Do you know it? It’s snogging, making out. It’s origin is ‘passionate’, which of course makes it a word I love, even though it is an old term from my adolescence and rather out of favour. “Pash rash” is the irritation you get around your mouth if you have done a lot of pashing, most common on women because men may have rough skin or stubble.

In this case, I got more of a gravel rash, even though I had him shaving twice a day. The skin around my mouth was red, but my chin, constantly rubbing against him, was abraded, scraped of skin, then scraped some more, to the point of bleeding.

I couldn’t get enough of him, even when it was clear it was damaging me, when it got to the point where it *hurt* me to kiss him.

And still, more kissing please…

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11 Comments

  1. slapshot: “I had not heard that term before…”

    It's Australian slang, so I'm not surprised.

    “…so I've already learned something new today… and I haven't even had breakfast yet!”

    Back to bed then… you have achieved enough for one day!

    Ferns

  2. I imagine waking up the next morning and running one's fingers over the pash site leads to a lovely smile.

    I'm also imagining a new line of lip balm that would have an awesome marketing niche!

  3. DC: “I imagine waking up the next morning and running one's fingers over the pash site leads to a lovely smile.”

    *smile* You make it sounds so romantic, and a little pash rash, a slight pinkish tinge, can be embarrassingly sweet, but the damage I am describing was more like this*cringes*. I don't do half hearted pashing you know!

    Ferns

  4. Peroxide: “Australian slang is so much cooler than American slang, It's not fair.”

    The cool slang makes up for the fact that we have no accent…

    Ferns

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