It seems like it would be easier to mix up several shades of green and layer them into the bag, but the mixture is incredibly stiff and difficult to pipe, so I wouldn’t advise it.
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"I'd like a room for two, please." "King or two doubles? I took a quick glance out the glass doors to make sure she couldn't see my passenger in the car. "King, please." What would she think if she knew that I, a 45 year old happily married man, had an 18 year old boy in the car? Did I really believe anything was going to happen tonight with Brandon?
Should I change my mind and get the two double beds?
“At first, it got to be enough so I could cover my phone bill.
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