I sighed back as we lounged in our lounge chairs in heaven still.
We sat watching the horizon for sometime. There were a few seagulls flying around squawking. A few of them settled down the beach. I turned toward Sko. He had taken off his shirt as had I. We were wearing swimming trunks. I reached over and rubbed his belly.
"Hey, isn't that bad for paradise in heaven," Sko interjected opening his eyes.
"What about a blubbery gray belly," I remarked saucily.
"Oh yeah," Sko grinned and brought his hands down across his belly. The color and texture of it changed. I moved my hand back and forth feeling the plump shiny gray mass.
"ooo..." Sko remarked looking down as I did that and I retreated my hand and we both chuckled.
"Gentleman!" A voice came from behind.
Chris and another character came back in front of us. I nearly leapt up and sat up. There was the chubby elephant demon behemoth. He was elephant headed but humanoid hip bodied with a big round paunch with a girth I guessed of over 60 inches.
"I am so honored by both of you coming to me," I replied and started to get out.
"No worries, see," Chris God remarked and two formal angels set up lawn chairs and umbrellas for behemoth on my right and God to Sko's left.
"Oh, now I have to be on my best behavior," Sko remarked and brought his hands onto his gray rubber belly.
"No, you don't have to worry, just relax. Behemoth here was answering a request to see you as you would want to when you go to perpetual hell. He will be your guide to a certain point," God told us and took his place on the lounge chair.
Behemoth settled on his, making it creak under his girth. He placed a mit hand on my belly of his five digit big paws. He leaned over and whispered, "We will have out times later."
I noticed several assortments of angels were hanging around Chris.
"What happened?" I asked him looking aftger the angel.
"Regular affairs. I can't go anywhere around my throne or faraway from it without a bunch of ummm attendants following me," Chris explained.
I nodded and turned to Behemoth giving him a light slap and rub on his belly, "Soo... what brings you looking for me really. I think I might know."
Behemoth nodded smiling broadly underneath his trunk, "Aye yes. You did say you were going to go to hell next and the circle of lust and gluttony."
Behemoth rubbed my belly in the middle of my talking and an attending angel brought him a pint of some dark lager which he downed a quarter of it and belched flexing his tummy.
"You are going to play? Isn't there anything else you were wanting to do," Chris responded.
"I think but I think I forgot too," I shrugged saying to behemoth nonplused.
"I think he has done it but I'm not sure either. I think it was how we were wanting to talk more and do more in heaven," Sko suggested.
"I could give you a tour," God offered.
"That might be in order although we already saw enough here. I think it was also the formalities as it is heaven so we must help to keep it more sacred although we aren't helping I'm sure," I responded patting and rubbing Behemoth's belly.
An angel came by and was whispering in God's ear. The angel left and God was grinning at me.
"I can sense," I started.
God nodded, " Yep, Cardia and what you called the writing part but who calls himself conclaive now. They want to join us again."
"That was an idea, wasn't it Ias?" Sko pointed out.
"Yes, it was one," I remarked nodding.
"What brings you here El Capitan," a voice said from right behind me.
I turned around and saw Cardia with my writing part. They were both in Jackalope forms.
"Did you miss us?" Conclaive, the writing part asked grinning.
"I have been at points. I will call Ava and Wri here as well to make it a little party," I said back.
"Ava and Wri," I spoke to the air and they both appeared.
Ava clutched the belly at seeing Cardia, "Oh why. They gave me indigestion."
Wri just smiled, "I had it better. My stomach just kept talking."
The angels brought up two other chairs in which Wri and Ava sat down in both next to me. The same for Cardia and Conclaive except left of God.
"Well, I'm going to go visit the dragons sometime," I told Cardia and Conclaive.
"Really?" Conclaive asked.
God shuddered at my mentioning of dragons, "Why?"
"OH, I'm sorry God," I spoke apologetically.
"What?" Cardia asked.
"I've never liked them, you know, and serpents. I wish I had not created them. They were a good idea at the time but now they are important enough I can't get rid of them," God replied sullen.
"I can't understand why?" Cardia said.
Conclaive leaned over and whispered in Cardia's rabbit ear.
Cardia's eyes opened up wider and he sat up saying, "Oh!"
"Yeah, so I got rid of the dragons originally. Then other persons want to morph into dragons or play like them and be born with them I do frown upon, but what am I to do, kill all of them?" God explained sulkily.
"Well, I'll visit them and not pursue that further unless I'm asked," I remarked.
"Good, don't meddle in their affairs, I highly recommend. I would rather see you mingle with some of those anthropomorphic animals," God suggested and nodded.
"Yes sorry. Behemoth knows why I did mingle didn't you?" I asked turning to Behemoth.
"Mmmhmmm," Behemoth rumbled grinning.
"Vore?" Cardia commented smirking.
I balked grinning," Uh yeah..."