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People ask me about my travels; well really speaking I started travelling in May of 1955. Against my parents wishes I joined the Merchant Navy in Hamburg, Germany. My father wanted me to be a radio-technician. It would have been a very interesting Career as I always had been interest in fiddling...
The story of how a good girl's life turns for the worst when she falls in love with a bad man .
Book | Updated Oct 17, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Jon Lymon
Drinking. Dancing. Vertebrae snapping. Thatâ€™s about all Lloyd Parker can remember from his eighteenth birthday party at The Stairways, his local nightclub.
As he lies in bed nursing a hangover from hell, his fears grow. Why have none of his friends been in touch? Where have his parents...
By Shannan Browne
He got a little drunk the night before and felt obliged to write in his state...
Eve awoke to a room full of sunlight. A fresh morning breeze lifted the muslin curtain then dropped it playfully as it rippled through the material. She had slept well and yet she felt as if she could lie there all day. The past few days had been emotionally draining and trying to replace the...
Kirsten spends vacation in Germany and falls in love with the cute barista, who happens to be a friend's friend. And faces the choice to leave him, or to stay. FOR THE PICTURE PERFECT STORY CONTEST.
A woman tells the story of what happened to a frat house brother at a rave party back when she was that frat brother.
A reflection of my worst hangover ever.
Sometimes it hurts to be serious...when you just can't help laughing!
Poetry | Updated Jan 11, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A poem about Facebook
By Si Thomas
A quick limerick I wrote based upon my experience of being hungover in Vienna whilst I was interrailing. Short and witty!
Hope you enjoy it!
Chapter 5 is here! Enjoy. This one's about the next morning... don't drink too much. Ever! xx
An epic poem of reflection on fate, reality, and dealing with the disaster of spirit which is loneliness...