[and also in this form: Peony Worth Tinkle we had] Peony Worth Tinkle we had; the round turn went blue. The blue cited: Ford was a poor man’s dear Grant. I called him Gazette; He dared my laughter in a … Continue reading Fiction on classism: oh you’re dirt and so you’re dirty; but are you actually dirty.
[and also in this form: The disadvantaged Life This personthat used this station before me is so disgusting he grossed out the keyboards and screen past regulated and cohesive cleaning. He’s a bastard. I want him to die. He’s one … Continue reading The disadvantaged Life: A Review of Puke.
[and also in this form: fictiontopost126] Dedicated to l.-c. Part One. There was this large man gyrating with a pillow bottom. But instead of cotton or feathers; hither there was pus; Pouring out and scorching everybody without actually generating heat … Continue reading The Shrieking Cloud Strike
[and also in this form: tri] I’m sorry but it doses does not feed the bus; it’s sliding and slipping and I’m onto my next safeVoy It’s not a bus! Is it a bust. It’s a ship and a ship … Continue reading Triumph How to Play Soccer without Regular Limbs.
[in this form also: The boot genocide] The boot genocide Rainboot shingles It took like that for a roof to shingle. Rain shingles right away! O course; rain is supposed to build roofs. The get to keep all the work? … Continue reading The war on rain.
[and in this form too: Like A Bangle] Oh I love how it smells after the rain. The brain; On acot in the state of: emotions, presidents, and hallbacks? or in the state of : place, location: CT. I … Continue reading Like A Bangle.
[and also in this form: Either or] Older Young He told me it wasn’t going to hurt. I said even from the back, it won’t hurt. He said not everybody bleeds. Oh, I said. But what if I bleed. … Continue reading Either or; final de