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The Tantrum

Colton was working quietly at his desk when he heard a blood curdling shout and a loud crash. He rushed out to discover Justin hyperventilating and looming over a smashed cell phone. “What happened?” asked Colton. “Piece of crap! I … Continue reading

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Life Hacks

While stopping at Snootybucks for his daily cappuccino, Parker ran into his old friend Callum. They hadn’t seen each other since graduating from university. They both majored in sixteenth century Norwegian comparative literature. “What’re you up to?” asked Callum. “Put … Continue reading

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High Risk Factors

Richard sat pantless in the doctor’s room at the insurance office. The nurse sat across from him with a clipboard in her hand. “So you’re a non-smoker,” she said. “Five years now,” said Richard proudly. The nurse looked up at … Continue reading

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Fear Of Missing Out

Philip Ferrier walked from Human Resources to the top floor of the Bream Building. He knocked on the door frame and looked in on his boss, George Bliss. “Come in, Phil,” said George. Philip held up a letter without saying … Continue reading

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Proud Mothers

“Two sugars and milk,” smiled Winnie as she set down a cup of tea in front of Nancy. “Thank you, dear,” replied Nancy. She smiled back at her cousin. The two had tea together every Tuesday for the past thirty-seven … Continue reading

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A Sunlit Life Reconsidered

To Whom it May Concern, I would like it to be stated officially and irrevocably: I don’t do days. I used to be a sun worshipper, but three experiences taught me the error of my ways. When I was fifteen … Continue reading

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The Best Years of Your Life

The wide receiver ran a post pattern. Mitchell bit on his outside move, then scrambled to recover. Looking back, he watched the quarterback launch the football his direction. Mitchell followed the trajectory of the football as it sailed over his … Continue reading

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