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Extremely offensive. If you're super religious.. you probably shouldn't click.
And, just a random short story from a little book I got at a yard sale.
Out Of The Fog
Lyn clutched her purse as footsteps approached along the fog-shrouded lane. Emily, a fellow prostitute emerged. “Any business?” asked Lyn. Emily shrugged. “Some. And you?” “Not yet, tonight.” “Tis slow because of The Ripper.” Emily sighed. “Seems everyone’s afraid of Jack.” “Actually, the full name’s Jacquelyn.” Lyn said, pulling the knife from her purse. -- Curt Homan
Great story...we want more...we want more...we want more....
lol, sorry! The rest is up to you!
But you have the book... :)
the book you got?
is it worth buying, do you think?
the video was pretty good, that whole hit-by-a-bus thing suprises me everytime. have you seen the bus scene in Mean Girls? haha
You know the book I bought was like a little pocket sized one, but it's definitely the same idea. Looks cute! And for 1.49 how can you go wrong?
HAHAHAHA! that made my day :)
HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH!!! That was the funniest thing evar.
Cool book quote too.
Actually, the little short story is called Nanofiction and is a cute way to teach students the short story elements without spending a lot of time on it. Characters, plot, conflict, action.. it's all there.. in 55 words exactly!
That's very cool. I never knew it had it's own little name. I'm gonan google some nanofiction, I think.
It never occured to me that the Ripper might be a woman. What cool idea. Its not that I don't think a woman could do it if she wanted to, its just that the vast majority of homicidal psycho nutballs have always been men. But if you read it in a short story book you bought at a garage sale it must be true ;)
And I'm sorry, but I have to say I was deeply offended by the video you posted. Its well documented in the Bible that our Savior would never make such large and obviously gay arm motions. I don't know where you could have come across such sacriligious filth ;)
Have I told you yet today that I love you? :)
And actually the idea of Jack The Ripper being a woman has been brought up in a documentary I saw, and in a book that one of my friends had. *shrug* I guess the only thing that makes it difficult for me to believe is how the crimes, though precise were done very violently, and with all of the prostitutes that were around there at the time, it seems strange to me that a woman would have had as much access as a man might, if people thought they were a customer? Unless the ripper was in fact another prostitute... I don't know. I have a couple books about it I want to read soon too. :)