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"The Trunk" by Dallas Fletcher
 


Previous MessagesEarliest MessagesOutlineRecent Messages (15 previous messages)
Spooky Lady - 03:19am Nov 27, 1998 PST(#16 of 30)
I have a cold.

Dallas - how come you signed yourself of as Simon?


_Sunshine_ - 07:42am Nov 27, 1998 PST(#17 of 30)
...redefining Normal, one day at a time.

Cuz he forgot his name :o)


Spooky Lady - 07:50am Nov 27, 1998 PST(#18 of 30)
I have a cold.

Just like we all do sometimes!!!


_Sunshine_ - 08:04am Nov 27, 1998 PST(#19 of 30)
...redefining Normal, one day at a time.

Hehe... No, actually he's generally known around the site as Simon, but posts his stories under his real name. I guess this time he forgot to change his name - or just didn't care and posted under Simon on purpose.

Anyway, he has two identities! :o)


Simon - 09:12am Nov 27, 1998 PST(#20 of 30)
It ain't easy being green

I only use my real name for my stories... But when I posted that my stomach was full of turkey, and I kinda forgot that I'd logged on as Simon. I didn't care much (not enough to change it ;o) (see, look -- I've done it again)


Spooky Lady - 05:04am Nov 30, 1998 PST(#21 of 30)
I have a cold.

I see, I was getting all confused then. Did everyone have a good Thanksgiving? It's such a shame we don't do that over here in England. I could have done with a nice big helping of turkey before Christmas!!!


Eclipse - 11:19am Aug 30, 1999 PST(#22 of 30)
The hasty stroke goes oft astray-J.R.R.Tolkien

Very good. The ending may be somewhat predictable, but it fits right in. I like it as is.

I look forward to reading more of your work.


Dana Busenbark - 11:40am Mar 22, 2000 PST(#23 of 30)
Beeble-Beeble-Beeble Twerp! Twerp! BANG!

Hey simon, I thought it was pretty good. i had a feeling it was going to go one way and it went a completely opposite way. I had a feeling they were after her for speeding, but I would not have thought the trunk was just a storage area for things for the car :)


kirsten b - 06:19pm Jun 2, 2001 PST(#24 of 30)

Good story Kermie.


CoolPinkie'sBack!! - 06:48pm Aug 14, 2001 PST(#25 of 30)
A Criminal Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste

Graet story. It had me hooked. I kinda knew what was coming, but you put it in a good, strong way. Nice job!!! =P


Madame Kovach - 03:15pm Oct 25, 2001 PST(#26 of 30)

Love your stories! Keep 'em comin'! : )


daffodil - 01:41pm Aug 24, 2002 PST(#27 of 30)

I'm amazed to find this.

Great story!! *waiting for more* :o)


Lady Vamp I R - 07:31pm Oct 6, 2007 PST(#28 of 30)
Boo

quite enjoyable. going to look for more.


Kermit Fog - 12:15am May 29, 2009 PST(#29 of 30)
"I guess I was wrong when I said I never promised anyone. I promised me." -- Kermit the Frog

Awww... just discovered this message from Fred some seven years ago... *sniffle* Miss you ((((Fred)))) Thanks for reading my little story.


Fran Hinkel - 04:34am Jul 3, 2009 PST(#30 of 30)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

I miss her too, Kermie.

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