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  1. Pumpkinikki

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    I already did apparently. About riding the wave and kinky stuff with vapes.
     
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    I would have to buy two copies of this book. One to read and one to make sweet love to.
     
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    Perhaps you should read The Joy of Tex.
     
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    Good Tex play. I am glad to see you getting on board.
     
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    Stephen King - Bag Of Bones.
     
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    I still haven't read any books because I am not a nerd.
     
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    Stephen King - Tommyknockers
     
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    Daily mirror
     
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    Agatha Christie, Crooked House.
     
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    Actually the last "book" I read wasn't a book at all, but issue 1 of Galaxy. I read that for many years while it was still being published. I am a HUGE Science Fiction fan and remember a large chunk of these stories. If you like science fiction
    all Galaxy and all If issues are online (read in PDF form) and/or downloadable for free from the Archives. I can't recommend this place enough y'all!

    https://archive.org/details/galaxymagazine

    https://archive.org/details/ifmagazine

    Worth looking at for the great reading alone, but you gotta check out those old timey covers!
     
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    The second volume of the Rick and Morty comic book.
     
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    Thanks for sharing, going to check those out when I am home. The covers look interesting.
     
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    Some great reading in those issues. But the covers are interesting indeed. Watch their evolution over the years.... "themes" .... etc.
     
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