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WOW. I like it.


i like it A LOT! very good, lovey...

Judy Miller

Oh yeah!! This is great, wish I had been there to hold her ciggie for her while she took care of business!


Great ending! I was expecting her to soften up or change her mind... HA!

Jo Ann

A GREAT story!
Moved right along to a swift and unexpected ending..


OO! I think it's chilling! Lisa, you have a cheerfully evil mind. I like it.


Very satisfying ending. Good for her. It would have been totally unrealistic for her to chicken out at that point.


Great story, Lisa. Pity she didn't make him pee his pants with fright, first.

I know, I'm a bit sadistic. I really hate men who dunk their beef around town.

I really enjoyed reading it. Gripped me right the way through.


Great job! I like that we don't hear what he's thinking and saying, that it's all her story.


Heh, gotta be careful with those autobiographical vignettes!

Good read, nice pacing, but she didn’t make him suffer enough.


Wow, I was taken away. I vote with Mgt on the darkened stain on his non-pants! You go girl! I also vote with Vid on the suffering part. That'll be a challenge to weave in and still have the surprise at the end. xxoo

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