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For a father who loved to flirt, new people in the neighbourhood could turn out to be related to each other but it would not matter much if all this was revealed after the sex happened. After all, he believes that all is well in the name of good sex.MoreFor a father who loved to flirt, new people in the neighbourhood could turn out to be related to each other but it would not matter much if all this was revealed after the sex happened. After all, he believes that all is well in the name of good sex.This Adult Story contains adult material with explicit sexual situations and language, recommended for readers only 18 years and older.Excerpt:-Our neighbourhood has always been a wonderland. It makes you wonder how people get along without having to know much about each other. But I guess, sometimes, it is better that way than a neighbourhood where everyone gossips about everyone’s secrets.Personally, I would find it freaky if someone knew me too well. Call me whatever you want to call me. Label me with whatever but I think it is better to be guarded because people might use what they know about you against you.I had a girlfriend once who I was perfectly honest with. I was a virgin and she was experienced. She was my first and when she found out that I was never with any other woman, she broke up with me and told the rest of the school.See? If I had known how to be more reserved, I could have prevented myself from that awful experience.Personal details are too tricky. If you give them away, they might find themselves back to you in a different form- one that is worse than your worst imagination. I started being reserved and to be fair, I did not ask too many questions from the people I meet. I would skip the unnecessary details, the ones they ask you in curriculum vitae perhaps, or a census survey. I would rather know things like what do you think about this and that? Or what do you suppose could have happened if this or that happened? Or what was the most influential thing you think you have done? Or who killed Roger Rabbit?