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THE DOLL: "Frustration"

Please use this thread for discussion of "Frustration".

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Re: THE DOLL: "Frustration"

OMG, I thought this story was so hilarious!  Can NOTHING go right for this poor couple?  But at least they have each other... :catlol:

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Re: THE DOLL: "Frustration"


dulcinea3 wrote:

OMG, I thought this story was so hilarious!  Can NOTHING go right for this poor couple?  But at least they have each other... :catlol:


I had to chuckle a few times as I read this story.  What could go wrong, did go wrong.  

 

This story was unexpected, given the tone and mood of the other stories so far.

 

 

Laura

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