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    Savvy

    'I'm alive' I said as I buttered my toast
    Fluent broad strokes spreading
    ' I can't believe it's not butter'
    From crispy slightly burnt edge
    Diagonally to crispy slightly burnt
    Edge.
    I grabbed the hexagonal jar of
    Raspberry conserve
    With pips
    'I'm alive' I said.
    I felt I should do something.
    Get my dick out
    Bleed
    Put my fingers in the toaster.
    'I'm alive' I said.
    She was nobody's fool.
    She knew.

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    For those who do not,
    none will suffice.

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    It made me hungry. I toasted a couple slices of sprouted whole grain bread and spread coconut oil on them.

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    Glad I got to see this before you delete it! Food for though, as always..

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    Loved how you almost and so casually got "your dick out". To put the finger in the toaster seems to be a neat option, too, although not as visually rewarding as the out-taken dick (you might say it depends on the willy in question, and I'd have to agree). Always a pleasure to read your offerings (when i'm fast enough, that is…)
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    It wasn't me Jerrybaldy's Avatar
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    Thanks YesNo, Hawk and DeiterM. I was a bit slow deleting this one. I don't delete to annoy. I just loathe my posts quicker these days
    Last edited by Jerrybaldy; 05-18-2017 at 01:24 PM.

    For those who believe,
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    For those who do not,
    none will suffice.

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