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it'll make you smile
Very cute (and uplifting) story. I have to admit, when I first started reading it, I thought "Oh no!" And I imagine half the population would also see themselves in this story. Who hasn't been obnoxious online at least once?! But hey, in a way that kind of openness and hilarity can be surprisingly refreshing. What's particularly nice though, is this story will make you pause and think again about your online life. After all, it's deceptively easy to make comments when you're pseudo-anonymous. But the ending (and I won't give it away), is quite charming. Steven Luna has a way of seeing the good (and humorous) side in everyone.Read the story now
ghastly fun to read!
Very original, very quirky, and very entertaining. As long as you're not a pregnant hypochondriac. I remember being worried about having "normal" babies. And I remember that vague sense of horror, even through the drug-induced haze, when I saw these jet-black feet sticking out of bins. I thought I had Rosemary's baby after all. But no, the black soles were, I later realized, for foot-printing. Still, this story reminded me what the various kinds of emotions were that swirled around the life-changing event of having babies. But it did so in a very light-hearted way. For a short story, it's impressive how many little twists and turns there are. This is a highly satisfying morsel of a read.Read the story now
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