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Pre-Thanksgiving Leftovers – The Closest I’ve Come To Killing Someone

Busy week this week for me. Yes, I know, it’s a busy week for a lot of people. I’m the one who’s here though and I’ve got a bunch happening plus original pieces due on Saturday for the other sites I write for – Long Awkward Pause and The Nudge Wink Report.

To help me get through the week, I’m re-running a series of true stories tied together by the innocent protagonist in all three pieces – the young woman I dated in college.

I wrote the three stories out of sequence. The story I’m giving you today was the first one to occur, but I wrote it second – in 2011. I’m not sure why you’d need to know that. Perhaps there will be a quiz later.

Please enjoy The Story of That Girl, The One I Almost Killed – a completely non-violent tale of love and (near) death.

 

PS…this would also be a good time to subscribe to Long Awkward Pause and Nudge/Wink.

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3 Comments on “Pre-Thanksgiving Leftovers – The Closest I’ve Come To Killing Someone”

  1. knace says:

    Yikes! My hubby has one of those severe nut allergies and carries an epi pen. We were really worried for a while because we had heard that genetic engineers were going to put some genes from the Brazil nut into soybeans to make them bigger and better or something and I didn’t know if that would mean soy products would become an issue for him as well…but so far, so good. I think.

  2. mikegee64 says:

    Last year I decided to quit eating Thanksgiving leftovers. I just quit, cold turkey.

  3. We Found Him Captain! says:

    At our house we stopped eating real turkey, instead we have something called brest of turnkey turkey. It is a huge meatloaf molded in the shape of a turkey. You place an order with Home Depot after signing a contract agreement to buy it pre-cooked and stuffed at their warehouse. You choose the stuffing.We always choose marshmallow and escargot stuffing with spackle gravy. It holds the turnkey turkey together while it is warming in the microwave. We always have plenty of leftover turnkey turkey for sandwiches the next day.


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