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(Her Secret Fantasy, continued by Dimletter...)

The pudgy clerk leads you both to his apartment. He asks Rachel for a moment to get her a towel and clean the shower a bit. He then gets a spy cam under the towel from his room and installs it facing the shower, then he lets her take the shower.

He comes back downstairs to you. “Your girl is very hot,” says the clerk.

“Yeah she is,” you reply, feeling strange to be talking about your girlfriend like that with a stranger but at the same time it feels good to brag about her. He then hands you a beer, and he asks if you are okay to let him keep a copy.

You feel the alcohol working, and you enjoyed bragging about her, just thinking about letting him keep a copy makes you horny again, and you lose your common sense. “Sure, as long as it’s only for you,” you reply.

The clerk adds, “Are you sure? Local amateur porn sells wonderful at the store.”

You think about it for a moment and say, “Nah, I don’t think so, we were so dull back there.”

The clerk comments, “That’s what makes amateur so relatable, besides I can edit in clips from the store CCTV to add context. Lots of guys come here to buy local made porn, it’s like voyeurism, and if you let me go online I could brand it as ‘guy fucks his girlfriend missionary and doggy at a sex shop and allows the clerk record them.’ I bet that would sell and get views.”

You two are really talking about selling Rachel off as an amateur porn. You reply, “I don’t know how I feel about you selling amateur porn with Rachel in it.”

The clerk counters, “Well you let me keep a copy, and you know what I’m going to do it with don’t you? You didn’t really mind it.”

“That’s different, you already saw her naked and watched and recorded us having sex. The way I see it, it would be cruel not letting you at least letting you keep a copy and jerk off to it, but one thing is letting you jerk off to her and another is letting you post and sell her as porn.”

The clerk thinks about it for a moment to come up with something that would really convince you.