First Night by ilbv

First Night

ilbv

8 March 2020 at 18:10:16 MDT

Issac slumbered, he finally made it, his first trek to Philadelphia where he met up with Jett for the first time. The Wolf gave him the attic bedroom, and after wishing him a good night, went off into the dark. Then of course, deep in the night, the Hungry Wolf creeped back in the room, crawled up to the edge of the human's bed and slowly slid in beside him. Issac woke up from the sink of Jett's weight and Jett gently laid a paw on his shoulder and whispered through his hot breath for Issac not to speak. He didn't and blushed a lot, he was also so stunned at how much the wolf wanted him. He slowly closed his eyes again as Jett nuzzled in beside him and snugged him tight, the Human was all his for the duration of his stay. All his.

Jett, Panel 1, 3 © Jett

ilbv, Panel 2, 4 © ilbv

Drawn on January 8, 2015


Story time!

During the first/second week of 2015, I did the most intimidating thing I have ever done. I rode a bus down to Philadelphia and went to meet and stay with a dude I met over the internet because of my Vore interest. Jett is and always will be one of my first and dearest friends in this fandom. He is the 3rd guy I met online and the very 1st guy I ever met in real life after 6 years of friendship and tons of vore rps and drawings. It was also the very first time I showed someone from this community my real life self. I was all kinds of nervous.

I stayed in his family home, met his mother, stepfather, briefly one of his sisters, and all the cats.
We mostly hung out, went around his neighborhood and town, explored a museum or two, went out to a restaurant, watched a lot of movies, and we drew arts. Of course Jett suited up in his fursuit and I got to meet a real life physical form of the Wolf that ate me all the time, and that was absolutely intimidating as hell.

Over the course of my stay, Jett and I collectively composed about 20 Doodles and Sketches, and now just after 5 years since our first meeting, they are finally being posted online for all to enjoy.

I stayed for three nights and left with some neat memories and a huge sense of accomplishment for getting over my fear of meeting people in the fandom. I can now proudly say that I have been able to meet several of my close and dear friends in real life from this fandom, and I even managed to go to my first Convention (MFF 2016).

Jett helped me trail blaze a part of life I never expected to exist a decade ago, and I'll always be grateful for his support and encouragement and incredible friendship.