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Overthinking by Hugh Cron - Adult Content

“Well as big Rod once sang, ‘Tonight’s The Night!”

“It’s tomorrow.”

“I know but the joke wouldn’t work! So tonight is the last night of you being alone. 1,275 more words

All Stories

SL-WEEK 9: School

Photography and Poetry

Challenge by SYLVAIN LANDRY

“Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school”Albert Einstein

SL-WEEK 9: School… 34 more words

Poetry

My Spanglished Media: Commercials From Mexico

That was me last night—only with hair and much taller. Taco and I were watching Master Chef Mexico and it seemed like one after the other the Mexican commercials were funnier and funnier. 306 more words

Humour

Give Some Love to the Oxford Comma

The Oxford comma, such a controversial little punctuation mark. Why do people hate you so much? You’re very important. You help avoid awkward situations.

I love my two sons, baseball and TV. 175 more words

Writing

Hunting Deadlines

Hunting For Deadlines

I’m always on the lookout for short story competitions and anthologies – but I rarely finish my submissions before the deadline. Faced with a deadline far in the future, I don’t feel any urgency to get anything done. 532 more words

Writing

The Searcher's block [by Sharada]

From the most eloquent best sellers to the newbie amateurs, from the authors of great epics to weekly columnists, it has impartially crept up on all writers at some point or the other. 543 more words

Humour

Travel n Ravel post: In continent weather...

For the second of my posts for Ian Cochrane and his Travel n Ravel blog, I have decided to use an old story that I published on Diar… 115 more words

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