She undressed seductively while I watched.
She kissed him. I left her.
I left. She bawled, then jumped.
Piss me off, still no answer.
Away on tour when baby died.
Stole the stop sign. Fatal prank.
Road Rage. Chased him. Cars Flipped.
Played chicken. Cars over the cliff.
Rather than starve, we ate corpses.
Alone at night. What’s that sound?
My heart soars at her touch.
I asked her, she said yes.
I asked her, she became sad.
The Doctor called with the results.
I just found out I’m pregnant.
The doctor said, it’s a boy.
We regret to inform you …
The cancer returned, worse this time.
His eyes closed this last time.
We have to let you go.
The election results are now in.
Your SAT scores are now available.
We are pleased to announce …
The Congressman called, he’s recommending you.
The Vice President personally congratulated her.
General Petraeus promoted her to Captain.
She flew 100 combat missions safely.
Yet another dark and stormy night.
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