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Cutsyke

Short Story

Some of you might like it.

http://waterpistol67.tumblr.com/post/106476495475/satellite-city
Plastic Man

Very good.

Autobiograpical, perchance?
Frazier Cranium

Very good indeedy.

Lost my virginity at a house on Ullswater Crescent. TO a woman, before you start


In 1982 I think it was, Christmas Eve. You can have that one for free too folks, a Seasonal story for you and yours to keep warm by
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Very good indeedy.

Lost my virginity at a house on Ullswater Crescent. TO a woman, before you start


In 1982 I think it was, Christmas Eve. You can have that one for free too folks, a Seasonal story for you and yours to keep warm by


*throws half-eaten mince pie in bin*

Ta for posting Cuts. Just going off at a tangent but are you aware of Richard Ford's new Frank Bascombe novel? I know you're a fan like. 3.60 on Kindle, I can't wait to get stuck into it.
Grind

Milk and nookies.
Cutsyke

Story I remember been told years ago. Friend of a friend.

Ford. I haven't read Canada yet. I'm really hanging on for David Whitehouse's Mobile Library - 2 weeks - so impressed was I by Bed.

Started writing a bit, finally got something coming together and know not to delete when things, inevitably go pear shaped. I'm getting calmer as I get older.

I may never publish anything but I will finish something.
Late Doors

 like it. ive often thought the  minds, nerve and ingenuity of our nations petty criminals should be rewarded in some kind of year end honours list. As long as they dont hurt anybody.... or touch my stuff ... or anyone elses i know.... or ....
Cutsyke

I know guys who used to break into warehouses, they'd have police scanners, nick white rovers, blue lights on the dash for getaways. I used to think Christ these lot, if they went on the straight and narrow they'd clean up instead of ending up inside.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Nice little story - like your style - keep writing - you must have tonnes of short stories from your years in Nu Yawk
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Nice little story - like your style - keep writing - you must have tonnes of short stories from your years in Nu Yawk
Cutsyke

I love New York, I love where I live in Jersey now too, but don't let anyone fool you, it's a great city but so too is Leeds. I worked in Castleford for a while and some of the wildest stories I know come from there.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Cutsyke wrote:
I love New York, I love where I live in Jersey now too, but don't let anyone fool you, it's a great city but so too is Leeds. I worked in Castleford for a while and some of the wildest stories I know come from there.


Sounds like you miss home - are you ever coming back?
Cutsyke

I don't miss home because home has changed. I miss family, some friends and a bit of the culture, the humour more than anything but this is my home now. Three kids born here, oldest in high school. I've got a decent life. Struggle at times but I think me and the wife have built a better life for ourselves than we ever could have in England. We've worked hard but we had the opportunity to get on here that either wasn't available to us or I couldn't see a way to make happen back in England. I only have one passport now and that's a US one ( I am entitled to three US, UK and Irish).

The point I was making was that there's great stories everywhere. New York is an amazing place but the day to day when you're working a regular job throws up the same sort of circumstances you'd get in any big city in the world.

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