December 11, 2018 | Fiction
Up north she took her daughter for a walk to see the woods. Their host’s big yellow dog... more
December 7, 2018 | Fiction
The film was a Disney re-release, full of rollicking creatures with wide-flung arms emitting human sounds through smiles that hummed and flickered like radio speakers. Blake was too drunk to follow what was going on, but he ate his popcorn and drifted in and out of sleep, and the things were laughing and singing to him.
Son, some advice: you don’t know
what a hangover is, but when you learn,
a McDonalds #4 breakfast will help.
Never eat at... more
The slow stacking of weight or the flinging down of a toe while the torso is already ahead. There are always new body parts to hit on sides of doors. I like to put my legs into pants in front of an open window, then stick my head out to see who’s around.