Tom Atkins is an "advanced" grandfather. He is 64 years old and dotes on his tiny seven-year-old grandaughter Alice.
For instance, when Alice was born, he insisted the doctor remove her hymen immediately, because after all, if boy babies could have the excess skin on their penis removed, why couldn't girls have that excess piece of flesh in their vaginas removed? The only reason men wanted to marry "virgins," in the old days, was because they wanted to make sure all babies were their babies,and that the inheritance when they died would go to their genuine heirs. Well, no one cares about that today, so let's get rid of it he said. Alice's parents agreed with Grandpa Tom completely. They were advanced too. So Alice has no hymen.
Grandpa Tom is a big man. He is 6'6" tall and has an athletic body. He works out all the time, and is a stickler for hygiene and discipline.
He still has his full head of hair, even though it is salt and pepper now, and he has a mouth full of genuine white teeth that are all his. He loves to smile. He smiles at Alice all the time. Her parents are gone so much because they both have very important jobs. Grandpa Tom gets to spend most of his time with Alice, since he is retired, and he saves the family money by home schooling the little girl.
Alice is short for a seven year old girl, tiny actually, but she is very pretty with long blond hair in ringlets, and startling green eyes. She has a lovely little body all in proportion to her tiny height. She could pass for a five year old, she is so small, but she has the intelligence beyond her years, as smart as a nine year old. Smart as a whip, Grandpa always says.
Of course, Alice's parents, Betty and Dick, are thrilled that Grandpa (Dick's dad) wants to spend so much time with Alice because then they don't have to hire a nanny. Grandpa loves little Alice dearly and hugs her and kisses her every chance he gets. In fact, right now Alice is sitting on Grandpa's lap while he looks through some special magazines he buys when he's downtown at the adult store. The kind of magazines that are kept under the counter, out of sight of the ordinary customer. Grandpa is no ordinary customer, for sure!
"Look Alice, here is something I think we are going to buy!" He pointed to an ad in the magazine. "Grandpa Bill's Revoluntionary
Three-speed Pussy Scrubber." Alice looked at it, and said, "It looks like a big white nubby thing Grandpa, what's it for?"
This story is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
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