Hpnotiq and the Peace Corp

One summer’s evening a few years ago an idealistic gentleman destined for the Peace Corps licked Hpnotiq out of my ass. Needless to say, this was memorable. When he opened the door, I instantly noticed his black frames which matched his black skin. Salt-N-Pepa ran through my head – smooth black skin with a smile/bright as the sun,  I wanna have some fun/come and give me some of that yum yum/chocolate chip, honey dip, can I get a scoop/baby take a ride in my coupe/you make me wanna shoop. We had small talk over drinks – Hpnotiq and room temperature vodka – a potent combination. He removed his shirt; I spied his armpits – 100% cacao and deliciously pungent. After a few more drinks, I, like the solitary candle burning on his coffee table, was lit. My skinny jeans were tossed aside as easily as my modesty. He turned me over on my stomach and reached for the bottle of Hpnotiq. I felt a warm sensation in and around by backside which was quickly followed by divine rapture.  The empty bottle made a clinking sound as it dropped to the floor. Mr Peace Corp proceeded to sate his thirst and I ended the evening sticky like naughty cotton candy. Shoop.

After having my ass used as a martini glass, I like to whip up a simple batch of dark chocolate brownies. I prefer them very gooey and sticky and serve with strawberry jam or ice cream.

Dark Chocolate Brownies

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Combine 6 tablespoons of unsalted butter and 4 ounces of the darkest chocolate and microwave for one minute (be careful not to overnuke the chocolate) and stir slowly until chocolate is metled and absored into the butter

Mix together 1 1/4 cup of dark brown sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add the melted chocolate and butter. Finally, fold in 1/2 cup of all purpose flour.

Spread evenly on an 8-inch baking pan line with parchment paper and bake for 15 minutes.

Brush up on your hip hop history while the brownies bake:



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