S.S.S.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
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Submitted: November 12, 2009

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Sharon slumped solicitously.

Several stinky, simple, sour, servants, seen slurping seven syrupy sodas since Sunday second service social serenade, soundlessly sniffing sofa slip-covers sadly sent south sometime soon, surrounded Sharon.

Skipping swiftly, Suzy slipped, since Steven saw several silky snakes spying stilted strangers skating six stairs serendipitously so Saturday supper seldom seems safely shaken, showing store salt stripped, serving steaks sequestering sleeves, softly straining slates slow sounds severed shiny shelling sheets, setting showering shrunken shoulder shrugs, shot short, shy shedding shops shimmering swiftly secure sedans, seldom scoring satisfying sauces simmering sweetly saccharin sordid schools stigmatized, still straining storms stoop stiffly stamping straight straps supply surrendering surplus sections served secretly.


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