When Parker awoke he wasn’t sure if the last day’s events were a dream or not, but as he opened his eyes and realized he was tangled up with dozens of other Parkers, all still wearing their “suits” from the last night, he smiled eagerly. It was true. He had 39 fiancés—soon to be husbands!
“I thought this was a dream!” they all exhaled. The Parkers gently kissed each other awake and began preparing for the big day. There was lots to do!
“First of all dears where shall we have our wedding?”
“I think my dear, that we should have a private wedding at the theatre. Our friend Marcus from the box office is an ordained pastor.”
“Yes, but would Marcus accept this? Getting married to ourselves?” “Over 30 times?” “The theatre is a great idea, handsome!”
“It fits us so well!” “I’m sure Marcus won’t mind.” “Who wouldn’t want to see our handsome selves get married over 30 times?” “You’re so cute when you’re into yourself, Parker!” “No, you are, Parker!” The Parkers lightly tapped each other as they hyped themselves up back and forth.
“It is a big development though!” “Marcus may get spooked.” “Well, I guess we could officiate and get some papers from the courthouse then?”
“Perhaps the courthouse is better.” “Seeing this much Parker could be too much!” “Maybe a couple of us go into the courthouse and get papers for us? We’re all Parker.”
“Yeah! But we’ll have to spread it out so they don’t get suspicious.” “And we can still get married at the theatre!”
“Yeah, we could head to the courthouse in pairs and then meet up at the theatre.” “I love the way you think, Parker.”
“But it’s a pretty big theatre and lots of empty seats…who should we invite?”
“Hmm… who would be unfazed by seeing 40 of us?” “It would be hard to explain how this happened to just anyone.”
“Mom and dad are definitely out…” “So are most of our coworkers…” “Yeah I don’t know, seeing forty of anyone randomly is gonna be pretty strange…”
“Do we need to invite anyone?” “The only one I could think of inviting is us.” “You’re all I need Parker.” “Parker… that means so much to me.”
They hugged and kissed each other’s cheeks and Parker stopped. “Wait…we could invite Parker!” Parker smiled, looking around the room. Their multiple reflections in their mirrors were also smiling approvingly, excited to be married to themselves on both sides of the mirror worlds. “Parker would love to come!”
“Well...that then begs the question, do we get married in this world, or in the mirrors?” Parker asked, rubbing his chin. “I’ve never been in the mirror world before. But all of you have. Is the mirror world different from here?”
“It’s a bit different. Our mirror world is a lot like this one, except everyone in the world is Parker.” “Us Parkers are the only ones able to travel into our mirror world.” “There are mirrors from our world that can go to entirely different places, but we loved spending time with you so much that we stayed.” “Now we could have the chance to reunite with every Parker.” “But once you enter the mirror world, we may not be able to return to this one.” “We’d be leaving our family, friends and our jobs behind.” “Would you want to potentially leave this world behind and come with us Parker?”
Parker looked at himself all around, and all the pleading eyes of the Parkers in the mirrors. “Y..yes. I would love to,” he sighed gently.
The Parkers one by one entered the mirror world. The last Parker extended out a hand to this world’s Parker. “Are you ready?” “Born ready, Parker!” When Parker entered the mirror world for the first time, it was a sight to behold.
It was his apartment but…packed to the brim with Parkers! He thought it was full with 40 but there were even more here! He smiled eagerly at the Parker whose hand he was still holding “this is… real?”
The Parker holding his hand flashed a toothy grin, making Parker blush. “Yeah, it’s very real.” It was an odd yet comforting situation seeing his face everywhere. Every time he and another Parker caught each other’s eye, his heart would skip and his joy would soar. He had that sensation all the time now.
“What… what do we do?!” Parker said gleefully.
“More like what don’t we do?” the rest of the Parkers around them laugh. His laugh is infectious and soon all of the Parkers are laughing. When the laughter dies down, the Parkers help Parker get accustomed to this world, telling them everything they do. “We love reading books most of all.” “We’ve been collecting books from the many worlds around us and reading them!” “Since time seems to move much slowly here, we often trade books with each other.” “When we feel competitive, you’ll find us playing games against each other.” “Board games, video games, computer games, doesn’t matter.” “We love spending time with each other and any excuse to massage or touch each other, we’ll gladly take it!” “We also put on shows for each other!” “They could be musicals, plays, even some foreplay now and then.” “And we can’t deny how sexy we are Parker.” “Seeing ourselves explore each other in different positions, it’s enough to send any of us over the moon.”
“But—but that must mean…” Parker said. Parker and Parker smiled and took him to the window. The street was filled with more Parkers, all of whom were walking with many more Parkers all laughing and hugging and chatting.
“You mean the whole world is just Parker?” “Yes, this world was made for us. We all dreamed of having a world with just us. We’re all free to be just Parkers hanging out.” “We can go anywhere in the world.” “And when we’re bored we travel to a new area of the world.” “There’s always plenty of new Parkers to meet!” “And we never get tired of each other.” “Plus, we’re all about to get married now!”
“Oh my gosh, you’re right! That ceremony will literally be endless!” “Yeah, the thing is when you stand in front of mirrors facing each other it would make that many additional Parkers. And you know it is infinity.”
“With infinite mirrors facing each other, Parker will never end. We’ll be the ultimate infinite couples!”
“It’s really interesting to watch! Sometimes Parker will just split in two!” “Or three!” “Or four!” “I once saw him split into 20 at once!”
Nearby, a Parker was positioning two mirrors to demonstrate. “Oh look, Parker’s about to split now!” “More Parkers? I have to see this!” The Parker between the mirrors seemed to close his eyes and then suddenly split into 12 new Parkers! “Whooooa,” Parker remarked. “All of this happens every day?” “This happens every hour.” “And we never run out of room for Parker.” “The world just expands to accommodate us.”
“That’s so cute!” “It is!!” “Can…can I try?” Parker asked, blushing.
“Sure! I’ll go with you,” Parker answered, offering his hand. “Besides, I wanted an excuse to hold your hand.” “All right.” Parker blushed as the two headed between the two facing mirrors.
“So, two mirrors is standard,” a Parker outside explained. “But we can always add more if you want!” added another.
“We could surround ourselves with mirrors.” “Sometimes we’ll hold worldwide Parker Parties. We set up giant rings of mirrors in every city…” “And then party all night with our multiple new arrivals!”
“That sounds awesome!” “It is! We may even hold one tonight after the wedding!”
Parker and Parker held hands as a warm, tingly sensation cames over them. All of a sudden they felt a cool rush as they multiplied into 16 more Parkers! The apartment grew to accommodate the new occupants.
“Wow, so cool!” “I could get used to this.” “More and more Parkers!” “Speaking of the wedding, we gotta get ready!” “Everyone showers and then changes into our wedding clothes?”
“Sounds perfect, Parker!” Everyone said as they headed off to the many many bathrooms in the apartment, one for each Parker if he wanted!
The Parkers took their time getting ready alone in each of their bathrooms, making sure they looked perfect. They wanted to surprise their future husbands with their dashing good looks. They went to each of their closets and grabbed a white tuxedo with a red tie. Once they finished getting dressed they all headed down to the large amphitheater downtown. Parkers filled every seat, while an orchestra of Parkers played the Wedding March. A Parker serving as pastor stood onstage with a book ready to marry all of the Parkers.
Parker felt nervous and excited. He turned to his groomsmen the clones from the mirrors earlier, soon to be husbands. “H-how do I look?”
“You look amazing, Parker!” “Oh, your jacket needs adjusting.” “Yours too.” “Same for you, Parker.” “You must be nervous.” “Don’t be, Parker, you’re a lucky guy.” “You’re marrying the love of your life, times infinity.” The groomsmen all adjusted each other’s jackets.
As they did so, some fixed each other’s hair, lovingly running their hands through it, some brushed away lint, letting their hands linger. Others reddened as they leaned close to take an eyelash away. “You know, the groom isn’t supposed to see who he’s marrying before the wedding,” Parker observed, blushing at his chubbing cock in his slacks.
“I know,” Parker chuckled, “but I couldn’t keep my eyes off you if I wanted to, Parker.” The Parkers now all ready and groomed (pun intended), they all headed to the awaiting audience of Parkers. The audience of Parkers ooohed and aaaahed as his groomsmen of Parkers and finally Parker headed down the aisle.
Parker took his place at the altar, standing across from the other party of groomsmen, all of whom gave him a thumbs up. Then, the wedding march played. All the Parkers stood and looked at the entrance to see Parker standing there in a clean, pressed suit and a red tie. He blushed gently and a Parker took his arm to give him away.
Every Parker started to shed tears, swelling up with the emotion of finally getting what they’d always wanted and much much more.
Parker walked down the aisle to many gasps and beaming faces before he arrived at the altar across from Parker. The officiant Parker smiled happily, knowing he would soon be wed too.
“Parker, we have been gathered here today to marry Parker, Parker and every Parker in this world. We have long waited for this day. Parker, do you take Parker to be your lawfully wedded husband?” “I do.” The faces beamed even brighter. “And Parker, do you take Parker to be your lawfully wedded husband?” “I do.” “I do.” “I do.” A chorus of “I dos” spread around the room throughout every city and beyond. There were Parkers operating the cameras and sound boards, broadcasting the momentous occasion to every Parker worldwide!
“Then, by the power of being Parker,” he said as a Parker came up with a mirror, he looked in it and split in two, “You may now kiss your husband!” the two officiant Parkers said together as they held hands.
The tension finally lifted as Parker and Parker kissed as did Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and Parker and all of the other Parkers throughout the amphitheater and beyond. “Let’s have a Parker Party!”
The Parkers all cheered and began heading towards a huge open field several acres wide, a perfect place to make more and more Parkers and celebrate their first nights as husbands. The Parkers worked together to build a ring of mirrors all around the open field. Hundreds of Parkers gathered, excited to become thousands once they all split.
There had never been a congregation of this many Parkers with this many mirrors and none of them had expected that the split would be so intense, nor that it would increase them so much! Each Parker split into 100 Parkers, but due to the number of originals, 1000 Parkers stepped through the mirrors for each single Parker!
Over 500,000 Parkers were now gathered in this city and similar occurrences were happening all over the mirror world.
Each Parker was greeted with a hug and a kiss followed by, “Parker! Meet my new husband, Parker!”
“Nice to meet you Parker! You two look so cute together. Meet my new husband as well, Parker!”
As Parker found himself in an increasingly large crowd of himself, he beamed inside. Though most of his life had been spent single, Parker knew that from now on, he wouldn’t be alone. He’d need a lot more roses for the next Valentine’s Day!