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Short Story: Birds and Bees Leave a comment Read more »

Short Story: Birds and Bees

“Mommy,” Quentin said, “Where do babies come from?” “Shit,” Kate said, muttering to herself. She looked around her immediate area for her husband. “We should ask daddy!” “OK!” Quentin held his mother’s hand and dragged her along, from room to room, looking for his father.…

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I Should Have a Urine Fetish, But I Don't 1 Comment Read more »

I Should Have a Urine Fetish, But I Don’t

As a kid, I used to love peeing on everything except a toilet almost as much as R. Kelly. I don’t know why. To this day I haven’t been able to uncover the reason for my fascination with glazing everything with my bladder butter. Since…

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The Internet and My Childhood Leave a comment Read more »

The Internet and My Childhood

It doesn’t matter how old you were, everyone remembers their first time using the Internet. Mine was awesome. See, my father had just gotten a new computer at the time. A Compaq Presario with a 1GB hard drive, 100mhz pentium processor, 128MB memory, you know,…

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