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By Lily Jaymes
When his best friends sister goes missing, Marcus Taylor goes on a hunt, questioning everyone he knows, finding that his one clue is leading him to someone he knows.
Teri's characters suddenly disappear, along with nearly everyone else in the bar. they end up in quite a pickle (well, it looks like a pickle, anyway)
Script | Updated Jan 19, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 4
well im working on this chapter i am trying to put together a book about my adventures as a kid this chapter is about my trip to tijwanna with a couple buddies pretty wild but fun overall this is about half the chapter so far let me no watcha think!! plz leave feedback!!!!!
"My bag held me down to Earth. Otherwise I might have floated away. Or puked. Probably puked."
Sage Niccals is starting to regret leaving her sister behind as she spends her first night on the streets.
What better of a place would you go to than a strip club to get over a poorly ended relationship?
Russell Finley would've preferred a quaint coffee shop, but his friend thinks otherwise.
Marcus loves strippers. Strippers do not love Marcus. There is a sad part to humanity. There is a sad part to life. Marcus could not face it.
Stripping for an education, easy cash, easy morals, mortal shame.
Poetry | Updated Jun 21, 2007 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0