33: “He gets gassy”

Against her better judgement, Tallulah had offered to babysit her niece and nephew for an afternoon while her older sister Cynthia was in the city running errands. She said running errands, but Tallulah had checked her phone calendar when Cynthia had left it unattended to go the washroom and she was getting mani-pedis with her […]

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Chapter Fifty-Nine: “Dad’s concerned because your new boyfriend looks like John the Baptist, only less clean”

Tallulah met a guy at a bar. His name was Chad Hamilton, which was a ridiculous name. Priscilla told her as much. Tallulah agreed, but Chad was also the least Chad-like person she’d ever met. He had an enormous beard, a serious fade, and a couple animal and nature-themed line tattoos. Essentially, he was a […]

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