House Sitting

By Amplexor. Marie sighed as she pressed another button on the remote control. The pale, red-haired, and freckled twenty-something woman appeared visibly bored out of her mind as she searched for something to watch. She shifted restlessly from position to position, sitting up straight and leaning against the armrest. She finally settled on an odd but comfortable place, with one leg dangling off the couch and the other flung over the back. Closing her eyes, she listened to the wildlife

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George Does Ginger

By Ginger A. Dslut I had just finished my first year of college and was home for the summer. I returned to my usual summer routine, soaking up the sun’s rays and getting a great all-over tan. Yeah, when I’m home and no one else is, I sunbathe in the nude. I’d covered my body with a good suntan lotion. I didn’t want to burn. Sunburned tits are no fun, and sunburned nipples are even worse. I know from experience.

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The Job Offer

By CindyBlu My family’s business had evolved a lot since my grandfather had started it, and we were proud of moving with the times. So now we are a leading player in the small business sector of DVD, Blue Ray, and online training modules. We had reduced our cost base, only worked with freelancers, and took cash up front to ensure a continuous positive cash flow, so the business should have been in excellent health, and I thought it was.

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Missy

By B345tie. Melissa was a timid woman. Most who knew her growing up were surprised when she decided to move to the city to attend college. She was hours away from her nearest family member and had to look out for and make arrangements for herself. But the young woman had been determined not to let her fears hold her back as an adult as she had as a child. Having the rather Amazonian Debbie as her roommate throughout college

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Great Dana

By Luke Hart. Here she was in the life she had envisioned for herself since her early twenties. Dana was where she wanted to be. She had finished her Master’s, simultaneously earning a significant promotion at work. Now, instead of being supervised, she was a supervisor. With her healthy salary, she moved to the neighborhood she knew was right for her. Space. Trees. Her condominium was swanky but refined, reflecting what she wanted to see in herself. It was nestled

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Training Mai Lin

By lovnbowser. I was a nineteen-year-old junior with a modicum of talent. During the summer program, the assistant administrator of women’s athletics approached me about sharing a room and mentoring an incoming freshman hotshot swimmer. We had finished second in the NCAA women’s swimming championships, and this new freshman was supposed to be the answer for us to climb to the pinnacle. I wasn’t a swimmer. I played basketball. But, I was acknowledged as one who could adapt and get

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Professional Curiosity

By Maxijohndoe. Rose exchanged the usual morning greetings with her colleagues as she headed to her workstation. Rose wasn’t her real name, but it had been easier to Anglicise her name rather than trying to teach English speakers her Chinese name. Rose worked as a lab technician to make enough money to see her through the many years of study and training it would take to be a pathologist, as the small amounts of money her parents could send her

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A Dog Act

By SSC  (sshieldsus@yahoo.com) Our house sat on a quiet street in a small town about twenty miles north of Birmingham. At that time, our nearest neighbor is about a ten-minute walk away. Of course, now the area is filled with subdivisions and yuppies, but at that time, it was a peaceful quiet place to grow up. We had a low fence surrounding our backyard to keep the animals from tearing up the area, but not high enough to keep anyone from

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Brutus

By Anon Part of my training in journalism was being taught to keep a journal of my daily experiences and thoughts. The content of each incident was supposedly less critical than any reflections you might make later about these experiences. This is one such narrative. My widowed father died when I was twenty-eight, a year ago now. He left me his townhouse and the general estate. It gave me a vehicle and a posh place to stay for that summer

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Four Year Old Bull Mastiff

By Domino. I first saw him across the street from my house, the four-year-old Bull Mastiff that lived in the apartment across the road. I stared at his huge ball sack as he walked by. I started fussing over him and petting him when he was brought out. I followed the schedule of his owner, making sure we’d meet at least 2-3 times a week. I saw that he worked pretty long hours and finally asked if he’d like me

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