A mouth like that would be in high demand at The Wild Side. Even if it lacked the essential skills up front - a few days of training would sort that out.
But how to show the mouth off to best advantage?
Obviously Mr Charles gave the man an audition. He was taking him on regardless, but there was no way the manager was passing on this particular perk of his job. The man had arrived with a designer beard, which proved a lot of fun to graze sensitive skin against, and hold while doing some oral thrusting. But while the beard offered some physical benefits, Mr Charles thought that it spoiled the visual effect. He ordered a shave, but leaving the tash - giving a Village People retro look. He settled on that for the rest of the audition, which the man spent mainly on his back, and included the rarity of a kiss. Those lips were too tempting to resist. Mr Charles knew that the tash would have to come off, but he would wait for a couple of weeks before verbalising his preference. It would give him an excuse to test the man out again, and taste those lips without hair in the way.
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