This leather couch is the most comfortable thing in the history of the world. I could lie here forever. God, those lingerie models are hot. I wish my wife looked half that good.
There’s Dad lying on the couch like a beached whale. I bet I could have sex with that couch. Oh, look, Taylor Swift; I need to jerk off to her picture again tonight.
I wonder how many times Billy’s jerked off today. I wonder if Bob could get any lazier. He thinks I don’t see him ogling the supermodels. I think I’ll go Google untraceable poisons.
Trifecta’s Trifextra weekend challenge this time was to write a story from 3 different points of view, using 33 words for each character’s part. WordPress is wacked; I can’t count on it for being exact on the word count so I have to do it manually. It’s not the “I” or “a” words that are throwing it off, so I don’t know what their deal is; maybe they’re cutting off the first word of the posts out of their counts. Who knows? I know I’ve got 99 words here.
(Breathtakingly exciting update for all WordPress users: here’s more proof to me that all software designers spend all their time touching themselves to pictures of Bill Gates: If I type in (at the beginning of adding a new post, and without the quotes) “one two three four”, then wait for autosave to do its thing, it gives me a word count of 3. If I then hit “Save Draft” the count changes to 4, BUT if I let it autosave again, the word count goes back to 3. I think they need a new picture of Bill–the old one is getting wrinkled. My Saturday is now complete knowing this exciting fact.)
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