Bator Boy, Bator Dad

Bator Boy, Bator Dad

Bator Boy, Bator Dad arrives January 8 in Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 376.

Stan is the father of a bator machine. Late at night, while lying in bed, Stan can hear the steady, thump, thump, thump, his son makes when he bates. It doesn’t bother him. In fact, he likes to time his batoring to that of his son, Breq, so that he shoots his load at the same time Breq does.

However, there is his wife to consider. So when they move, Stan makes sure to find a house where Breq can have a bedroom far from the others.

But when he can’t hear his son’s batoring, Stan misses it.

Miguel, one of Stan’s co-workers, confesses to Stan that he and his son bate together. In fact Miguel grips Stan’s rod and shows him how his son makes him cum.

But how can Stan mention to Breq that he misses hearing his thump, thump, thump? How can he tell his son that just by listening to him bating, he knows when Breq is about to squirt.

Sometimes when Stan sees Breq come out of his bedroom looking flush, relaxed, and smiley faced, he so wants to ask his son, “How many times did you pop to get that smile?”

Stan gets a chance when Breq asks, “Dad, how’s the tunnel going?” And he says he wants to go see it.

So Stan takes Breq out to the tunnel site he is managing. It’s early days into the project, and on a weekend it is just the two of them alone at the site. It’s Stan’s chance to hear his son go thump, thump, thump, again.

Subscribe to Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter. Read Bator Boy, Bator Dad this coming Saturday and read how Dad and Breq become batormates.

Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 375

DBTN 375 Review Pages

Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 375, released January 2, 2022. Subscriptions purchased in January 2022 include this issue..

Stories in this issue are:

  • Bird in Hand • Just once, Alan would love to feel Dad grip his hand and say, “Wow!” when they watch an Osprey dive into a lake to catch a fish. But Dad, the wrestling coach, could care less about birds. However, when Paulo, an ornithologist, moves into the neighborhood, Alan finds a man who understands him.
  • Be Confident • Just once, Esteban wishes that his dad would cheer him on at a wrestling meet. Instead, his dad flips through bird books up in the stands while the other dads cheer on their sons. But when they move, Esteban discovers that a wrestling coach lives across the street. And that coach loves giving one-on-one lessons to eager boys.
  • Being Good Dads • Paulo and Trevor want to be good dads. But they have sons they can’t understand. Maybe they won’t share the same hobbies as their own sons, but they sure can find another man who will.
  • Let It Snow • Aiden and his son, Jon, have a very close father-son bond. Much closer than most. And they both take an interest when a hot man moves in next door. Aysenur is a runner. But when deep snows covers everything, Aiden and Jon invite him over to use their treadmill.
  • Everything We Need • Uncle Tavis warns Sean when they pick up Sean’s dad after a year in prison, “Your dad won’t be the same.” What Sean doesn’t know is that while Dad was in prison, he got used to being loved by another man. So will Dad tell Sean that he has certain needs now?

Artists in DBTN 375

Art in Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 375 is by Shigeru and dv dickie.