The pollinator’s girlfriend is lying in bed waiting for her.
April wondered if Laura had secret thoughts like hers.
Has your prostate ballooned to proportions that defy the laws of medical science?
The Juice was loose in California the day Pressure got his brain fried.
I read a story by Lydia Davis about a woman who, upon turning sixty, began sprouting hair from her ears.
There are no memories here. There is, instead, a rose garden on a hill.
Racism exists everywhere. Nothing prepared me though, for the extent of racism in the US, or in the western world in general.
I saw my father’s penis because today was the first day that he didn’t make it to the bathroom by himself.
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