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The Big Tip; a cheesy seduction (100th post)

My Customer leaned on the frame of the open doorway in front of me wearing nothing but a smile and a pink thong.  She was attractively built with boobs standing at attention as best they could for a woman her … Continue reading

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Sneak Read, excerpt of “The Idiot”, Lev and Gwen Meet

It was a beautiful Monday morning when Lev first met Gwen.  It happened entirely on accident and for the first time in her life, Gwen was to blame. Gwen stood at the counter of The Glazed Goodness coffee shop.  Her … Continue reading

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Shoebox (My 50th post!)

I was five years old living outside of Atlanta, Georgia, when I started collecting Topps baseball cards -50 cents a pack with a piece of rock-hard, chewing gum packaged inside.  I cut my cheeks once a week.   The packs had … Continue reading

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Diamond

“How long’s it been?” Tommy asked.  “Ten? Twelve years?” “Thirteen,” Randy responded. “City bin good to ya?” “It ain’t bad.  Just the old hustle and bustle.” “Uh huh.” Tommy spit over the porch railing in front of the two men.  … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Traffic

I arrived in Newmarket, New Hampshire at precisely 10:46 p.m.  I had left Portland, Maine one hour, twelve minutes, and six cigarettes ago.  I parked my car, slung my grandfather’s WWII military issue satchel over my left shoulder, and trudged … Continue reading

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