She’s as sweet as Tupelo Honey…

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  • Raisin’ my lonely Dental Floss
    Well I just might grow me some bees
    But I’d leave the sweet stuff

    For somebody else…

    Google fast?  Google fast!

    arbogast pain in the arse, parking me h’arse bucko… on a skateboard

    North Hollywood to Santa Cruz without silent bob

    First published in America on June 9, 2001 by Bloomsbury. The novel follows 12-year-old Cherry, a boy who aspires to be the most famous lot lizard (a prostitute at a truck stop). Growing jealous of the beauty of his mother, he passes himself off as a female and enters the service of a pimp
    who runs a truck stop brothel in West Virginia filled entirely with
    young boys dressed as women. The story itself has many of the elements
    of The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (below), but has a
    lighter, more humorous feel in its account of Cherry’s quest (such as
    renaming himself Sarah after his mother) to become the greatest
    "lizard" in the brothel. Much as in LeRoy’s earlier writing, the
    protagonist falls upon bad times and faces exploitation and abuse at
    the hands of another pimp. Surprisingly less dark than the short story
    collection, the novel has a distinct mythical, Dickensian feel and relates a story of love of a child’s mother as expressed through his imitation of her.

    You can still get the morning after pill in Formerly Nazi Occupied France.

    but no yellow Hummers with PETA stickers and girls in the back seat with starry-night blue nails

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