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Murphy's Law (Revised)

Murphy's Law
Revised
By Josie

“Murphy understood the law and knew justice. He also knew that the two were often not the same. To catch the bad guy and win a confession, you had to be willing to step outside the box and take chances. That’s what made him a great cop. But that didn’t give him the right to take the law in his own hands. All he had to do was have a boy examined to confirm his true gender and now his mistake was going to cost him. Maybe his job? Maybe a demotion?

But then nothing in this case was turning out like it should. He should have seen this coming. He should have known that you can test the odds and you can test your resolve, but never pit your luck against Murphy’s Law. Because sure as the devil will get his due, anything that can go wrong, will go wrong!”

Girl Power Rules II

Girl Power Rules, Part II
By J.A. Stevens.

Mark was your typical thirteen year old boy. He skipped class now and then and maybe more than he should. He was working on his bad boy reputation as it seemed the prettiest girls all like the bad boys. His parents weren’t pleased in the direction he was headed and when the teachers started picking on him, they let it slide thinking it might be a good thing. Landing a girl’s part in the school play starts a prank that sees him become the homecoming queen. But that is just the least of his troubles now

Girl Power

Girl Power Rules.
By J.A. Stevens.

Mark was your typical thirteen year old boy. He skipped class now and then and maybe more than he should. He was working on his bad boy reputation as it seemed the prettiest girls all like the bad boys. His parents weren’t pleased in the direction he was headed and when the teachers started picking on him, they let it slide thinking it might be a good thing. Landing a girl’s part in the school play starts a prank that sees him become the homecoming queen. But that is just the least of his troubles now.

Thanks Dad for Being There - 4 - Back to a New Normal

I practiced daily as I can and jammed with Dad at least twice a week picking up a cord sequences here and there. Travis remained my instructor; he was comfortable with my working with Dad, saying I was progressing well.
Dad shared he leaned things, which helped him as well. While Dad became my biggest fan and encouragement, Mom would take time as well on the keyboard. He would usually use the bass guitar when we jammed and his acoustical guitar if he was trying to teach me something…

The Protest

While I realize that the size of the penis is important to some men, I know men who are men that don't really care. Yet, they seem to have a very good relationship with their spouses. It appears that in a lot of stories, tg as well as mainstream stories where sex is mentioned, men in these stories don't seem to function well if they're penis isn't long, thick and throbbing. I don't know what it is with this because I have never had to live this way until my teen years and even then I didn't act like the boy they wanted me to. But this is all water under the bridge right now.

The Protest.

Like so many other kids these days Sharon and Ronnie find out shortly after school starts that "School Uniforms" will be a part of their life. It's Sharon's last year of school, so it not such a big deal to her, that is till Ronnie says something about a protest.

I wrote this story long long ago. I left the ending open since at the time I was considering this for a multiple part story. That said, I would love to here the thoughts or comments from the readers.

Royalty Consists Not in Vain Pomp

Royalty Consists Not in Vain Pomp
by: Lilith Langtree

 

I threw the copy of the marriage license at him, which in reflection was stupid because it wasn't tied down with a large piece of marble, and it wound up flittering away until it landed beside him. "You want to explain this? Oh," I waved my left hand at him displaying the monster mound of diamond attached to my finger. "And this?"

The Assignment

"The Assignment"
by Jengrl

 
My Creative Writing teacher at Kennedy High School always told us to write what we know. Ms. Jacobs always liked to challenge her students to use our imaginations to the fullest. Little did I know how my life was about to change the day she gave us "The Assignment"

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