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Jealous.



I met an old friend on the street today and started telling him about you. He asked me to describe you and I told him that you are as beautiful and moody as the sea. I think he was jealous because he just stared at me and didn’t say a word.




Stupid.




“I think you’re really stupid,” she said.

“Why?” I said.

“Because you don’t love me,” she said.

“But I do love you,” I said.

“Sorry,” she said with a smile. “I guess you’re not as stupid as I thought.”



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Today was a very exciting one. First I washed the car and got the oil changed. Then I went to Walmart and bought a birthday card and a paperback dictionary. The weather was fine so I decided to talk a long walk. Hello.


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The following comments are for "Three Short Stories."
by johnjohndoe

to talk a long walk
I'm not quite sure if it's a Freudian slip or a poet's sleight of hand in your final story... but it pleased me. 'I decided to talk a long walk. Hello.' Speaks volumes about modern communication modes, that does.

( Posted by: mobiussoul [Member] On: March 4, 2012 )

talking and walking
I wish I were as succinct as you. Me, I tend to overdo stories/poems from time to time. But that's just between me and you.

I agree with Mobi about the talk line. But, mostly, I agree with your keen observations.

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: April 2, 2012 )

boom bang bing
tres cool

salut!

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: April 26, 2012 )





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