Cody is a widely esteemed author and poet laureate. He's recently hired a new office assistant by the name of Tyler. Tyler is a quiet young man who is tidy and dresses in freshly pressed suits. He's the type of boy upon whom Cody doesn't have much time to waste, so the two only discuss clerical business when together and Cody is very curt even then. When Tyler was offered the position, he was told his duties would include the occasional servicing. Tyler took this to mean some kind of typewriter maintenance. He was quite wrong.
Today Tyler received a memo from Mr. Cummings. It explained in no uncertain terms that Tyler would be required to suck Mr. Cummings's dick and allow him to blow a load in Tyler's open mouth. Tyler knew when he became an assistant to such an eccentric artist he would need to perform unusual tasks. If this time it meant bringing the illustrious Mr. Cummings to orgasm by pleasuring him orally, he would do it. Tyler wondered whether this servicing would help facilitate Mr. Cummings's creative process. In that case, Tyler realized he would be becoming part of the grand process, perhaps an integral cog in the production of a masterpiece, surely an unsung but significant character in the intricate weaving of American history.