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    Default It was a dark and stormy night....

    ...so I stayed inside.












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    Suddenly, there was a knock at the door.....
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    I jumped up and grabbed my....

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    ...my beer, because some monkey kept on dipping his berries in it, and ran to the door...
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    with my beer and a glass of Scotch
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    ....and there was a beautiful woman before me...and...and...and... She Blinded Me........With Stop Signs!! She was poetry in motion...when she shook her signs at me...with never "yielding" motion..."twaaanged" a metal sheet off me...She Blinded Me With Stop Signs.........She Blinded ME!!! With Stop Signs!!??!!........


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    ...and she arrived in a "fairly new pumper-tanker, woo-hoo!"...
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    And then she went to the kitchen. Oh my sides! IT'S CHEFFIE!!! I thought she was in New York.....
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    but alas..it wasn't....nor would it ever be

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    I stood silently as she moved about, her motion was poetry and time seemed to stand still. She stopped for a moment and cast a glance in my direction. Her face was illuminated in the faint light and I could see a tear...running down her cheek. She motioned for me to come closer and I held my breath and took a few steps in her direction. As I approached she........
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    ...she disapeared in a soft, shimmering cloud of beauty, could it be, was I dreaming...
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    .... or was I wandering slowly, through an alcohol induced haze. I tried to remember........
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    I made my way into the living room, threw another log on the fire and stood for a moment, my eyes fixed on the flickering light. The effects were hypnotic, and coupled with the sweet aroma of the burning logs....I found myself drifting off.....thoughts of days gone by sifted through my mind. And there she was....appearing younger now....yet it was clearly her.
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    ...as I stared at the flickering light of the fire... I drifted into reviere....and the warm soft scent...mmmmm.... further into thought I drifted....

    My spine tingled as I thought of her caress, the scent of her perfume..... I felt my heart beat faster.... I thought I would die...




    Then I woke up and found the dog, with his nose to mine, panting, tongue sticking out, slobbering on my face because he wanted to go out!!!!!!!

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    As I took the dog out, I ignored the snapping sounds of the fire...

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    ROTFLMAO!!!


    ....so I let the dog out, finally answering the age old question, "Who let the dogs out." Then, I saw her...playing yard darts, drinking Colt 45 and smoking Salem 100's....her dishwater blonde hair matted together in a clump...our eyes met......as the dog strained to pass...a golf ball..I swear!! Good grief what did that dog eat? I....I...couldn't resist to watch...I had never seen a dog shake and struggle in such a manner....My face was flush with embarrassment...but I COULDN'T STOP WATCHING...then...I noticed...She..she...she..was watching too...at that time I knew..........
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    ...It was true love, or at least very interesting...

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    LMFAO!!!!! FALLING OUT OF THE CHAIR NOW.... OOOOHHHH NNNNNNNNOOOOOO... OK, all is good, thought I spilled my drink. No, its ok folks... false alarm!!!
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    ...her glaze was hypnotizing. I stood there bewildered and having that warm feeling... warm feeling of liquid against my right leg. As i kicked the dog out of the way, I strolled up to the lady. I stopped within arms reach and did a look over of her. Finally I said, "do you have any "I can't believe it's not butter'?" She replied,.....
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    ...in a deep raspy voice, "who you calling a woman? Get your dog off my lawn." Again I snapped out of the trance to see my next door neighbor, Mr. Lumpybuns, staring at me...
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