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Valkyrie last won the day on July 4 2017

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  1. Last Post Wins #44

    How rude *stuffs moggy into a snowbank and waddles off with the shiny*
  2. Last Post Wins #44

    *buries LBO in a snowbank and waddles off with the shiny*
  3. January Classic Author Feature: Jake's Hand by Rec

    Well, I'm hooked, especially after reading Louis' comments.
  4. Happy Birthday to a fellow WNYer! :D I hope you have an awesome day :D  :wizard:

  5. Last Post Wins #44

    Oooo strawberry ice cream Thanks, Birdy
  6. Story

    Thanks for reading and commenting I'm glad you liked it.
  7. Walking the Line

    Thank you so much. I agree with you about sexuality being on a spectrum. I don't understand the grief that bisexual people have to go through and how some people deny its very existence. Why is it so hard to understand liking both? And why does it have to be defined? Can't two people just fall in love? Thanks for taking the time to comment. And thanks for all the 'likes' on my stories. I've really enjoyed seeing them.
  8. Last Post Wins #44

    LBO changed color. My shiny!
  9. Last Post Wins #44

    Simba's had the shiny far too long. It needs to come back home to the Emperor.
  10. Chapter 10

    Like Parker, I was also struck by the first line. I get the impression that the infidelity works both ways in this poem. The maligned hubris of lovemaking stood out to me also. Plus grasping at straws... perhaps it's the straw that broke the camel's back, so to speak. The last line is quite powerful too. Bring in the jackhammers... there's going to be a lot of deconstructing going on. I wonder if there will be rebuilding also?
  11. Photos

    Like Puppi said, we never truly know what's going on in another person's head. This is heart-wrenching. You pack a lot in such a short story. Nicely done.
  12. Show, Don't Tell

    I like the cooking analogy. Telling is fast food, while showing is more upscale. This article illustrates the difference quite nicely.
  13. Last Post Wins #44

    My shiny, Simba
  14. Given a Chance

    This really got to me. It's quite easy to get stuck in complacency and the status quo. Taking a step outside that box can be quite a daunting task, but it's nice to see Eric taking that chance, especially at his age. I like stories that make me think and this one is doing just that. The elderly are so often overlooked and face cuts when they're already living on the bare minimum. It doesn't seem right. Well done, Northie. I look forward to when the two men meet.

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