your m/m story by clare london



Despite a killer couple of weeks of RL (including an ereader which froze on a particularly smutty m/m sex scene *LMAO*), the fabulous Clare London has come up with your m/m story and here it is:


There’s a Butty on the Bus!


A GAZILLION thank yous, Clare! You can come play with us anytime! πŸ˜‰


Pssst. Well. Have you – you know who you are! – read this yet??


It’s one of my keepers so you better!

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20 Responses to your m/m story by clare london

  1. Tracy says:

    Wonderful story!!! That was awesome! Harry's world sounds fun, I wanna go! πŸ™‚

    Great job Clare!

  2. Tam says:

    OMG, freaking brilliant, AND funny. Clare used way more than just the stuff we picked, for a minute I thought she was going to use them all. LOL

    All I can say is well done. Truly entertaining.

  3. Tam says:

    I forgot to mention that I was very content with the way the traffic cone was used in the story. I had my concerns about that. πŸ˜‰ I've heard stories.

  4. K. Z. Snow says:

    Incredible, incredible, incredible!

    (Clapping my thighs, 'cause they can make way more noise than my hands. Besides, it's funner.)

  5. Lily says:

    Fabulous and very funny!! I really enjoyed the story πŸ™‚

    Great job Clare!

  6. Matthew says:

    Brilliant! Loved it!

  7. Kris says:

    Clare did an awesome job, didn't she. *G*

  8. Ingrid says:

    wow! How did you manage to squeeze that all in Clare?

    Loved the contemporary bit about the parliament member and his expenses *g*

  9. Tam says:

    Ingrid: I KNEW there was some part I was forgetting about. That was it, the parliamentary expense scandal. Brilliant.

  10. Clare London says:

    Hurrah, I get a free hour online at last *lol*.

    So glad you all liked it!

    Tracy – I know *just* what you mean about Harry's world. It's tempting to go there, especially after the day I've had at work…

    Tam – hi! Sorry, I got carried away with all the prompts:). And hey – you should know you can trust me with The Cone. Honest.

    KZ – you're a devil for “volunteering” me, and an angel for nursing me through, thanks for the clapping! I need it this week *hehe*. And I bet my thighs are wobblier.

    Lily and Matthew – many thanks! I'm really glad you enjoyed it. πŸ™‚

    Ingrid – *smirk* I couldn't resist that comment, that's ALL we get on the news at the moment. Has it hit the mainline Continent as well?! Good God, we only get in the worldwide news when it's BAD!

  11. Ingrid says:

    The wonderful world called internet. For some reason my yahoo mail is UK based. So when I start it up I get UK news. And guess what has hit the headlines recently?

  12. Jenre says:

    Heeeeeeeeee! That was brilliant, Clare.

    About half way through I said to hub, “She's taking awful liberties with the street layout of Whitehall, you know.” and then you explained why! :).

    Especially great because I know that some of the references may only be understood by a Brit.

    Is there such a thing as an allotment anywhere else in the world?!

  13. Tam says:

    Well, we have allotments in Canada but I think its used quite differently. “Here Pirate Dan, its your allotment of rum for the month”. That kind of thing which wouldn't really fit the use in the story.

  14. Clare London says:

    Thanks Jen, glad you enjoyed it – it was fun to write as a full-blown Brit for a change *lol*.

    (don't tell Kris, I'm still letting her think I'm emotionally scarred from it)

    Ahhh… allotments. We had to give ours back, it got so neglected! LOL

    And Tam!!! Don't give me any more prompts NOW, I've finished LMAO.

  15. Kris says:

    “don't tell Kris, I'm still letting her think I'm emotionally scarred from it”

    HA!!! It's fun, I tell you. FUN!

    BTW, Australia has allotments too.

  16. Tam says:

    Okay from the comments I'm guessing (since no one chose to enlighten me) that its like a community garden plot for you to plant things? Am I right?

  17. Kris says:

    You've rebroken your fingers again, haven't you.

  18. Tam says:

    Yes, I'm inherently lazy and typing google in the search bar followed by allotments in England was too much effort. Ooops. Guess I just did huh?

  19. orannia says:

    *bows* *claps*

    Clare – that was an absolutely brilliant story, and I liked all the references to various TV shows & movies – inspiring! And I loved the setting – I so miss London!

  20. Clare London says:

    Orannia hi, sorry I'm late getting back to this! Glad you enjoyed it – and it really was fun to write in London *lol*.

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