"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
But if you represent both of them, it's 30. (I relate though; my whole LIFE is a continuity error. I had a real crisis about it tomorrow.)
Loved it! Thanks for the laugh! Though it takes a brave man to show off his pale, untoned torso . . .
There's a TYPEWRITER! Most of the time...But I love it anyway. :)My sister (who is a middle school teacher and librarian) brought a manual typewriter in to show her students. They had never seen one and were fascinated.
ROFLI need to get a life.I've been commenting on blogs all day. I think I'll write now.
Very funny! I can only imagine what typing on that thing was like. Hats off to those authors of classics who used ancient contraptions.
Ah, the other half of the nekkidness! The was even funnier on the second viewing.
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