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“I’d have to say no. It wasn’t worth waiting for. And after all that!”

Cherryl looked at the pile of wrappings spread all over the living room floor and felt like kicking the box it all came in. 193 more words

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In later years I investigated crimes that were not committed, and not just those against cheese, but all sorts of pairings and varietals as well. One case you may have heard of involved some rather attractive dumplings and a stew that should remain un-named. 134 more words

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The hardest part was following the rules. Julie kept changing them, and with Karen interrupting every five seconds it was hard to keep everything straight. 116 more words

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“She used to love me,” Marlon insisted. I could tell he was being serious. He usually didn’t drag out this old bean unless we were somewhere in the mountains sitting around a campfire on a cold night after a long day of futile stream fishing. 181 more words

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It was cold that day, according to anonymous sources. I was too shit-faced to tell you the truth. I did wake up in a snowbank. My first thought was about corn flakes. 140 more words

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Jane draped herself all over George like an overly heated blanket. He shifted his shoulders to try and accommodate the weight but his lungs felt like they were being crushed. 111 more words

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Shotput set his glass on the edge of the table and wiped his chin with the same napkin he’d just sneezed into. He looked around the table, pausing to check the reactions of all his witnesses. 90 more words

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