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30 days on writing: Entry #20: The question must explain itself

Random Gloats:

Return to the personal

And then there's meme

I got a telephone call from Philadelphia last night, from one of the best friends I have that I've not met in person.

Among the things we talked about was Raven. "I've never seen a picture of her," quoth Ms Philadelphia.

"Nor will you any time soon," I said, "Raven is pretty strict about limiting her online exposure. I'm awfully sweet on her and I'd love to show her off to the world, but well, I ain't allowed to."

But it's also true that I am allowed to speak of her in general terms. And it is even more true that I really am</em> sweet on her. 我爱 Raven indeed.

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Baby and me

30 days on writing: Entry #16: On sex and love

Sex!

Writing love, writing sex

More memeage: In this edition, Young Geoffrey talks about the ins and outs (as it were) of sex and love and fiction and the dangers that arise (as it were) from combining even two of those three things.

16. Do you write romantic relationships? How do you do with those, and how "far" are you willing to go in your writing? ;)

There are times when I want to punch those who write these god damned memes — what's up with the fershlugginer smiley, for instance?

Presumably, the originator is an American and so vaguelly embarrassed even by brushing past the very concept of sex.

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