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She Called You A Slut!

Lotty looked confused, someone had just driven by and yelled out something, she looked to her friend next to her with a quizzical look on her face. Her friend who hadnt really been paying attention shrugged her shoulders “they called you a slut although god knows why” Lotty hung her head, she sort of knew …

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Will It Kill You?

When I read today’s prompt (kill) it made me think, how to write a piece that doesn’t bring up the obvious? The news is rife with updates, body counts and people speaking out – some even say they are sick of hearing it. There are plenty of things out there that will kill you death …

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Constrained – Life Indoors

Its funny how a quiet life can suddenly get so busy….before the ‘lock down’ I would normally have no qualms in staying home indefinitely milling around the flat, sleeping watching netflix, and yet now I have been told to stay at home, the desire to get out of the house is insatiable, especially with all …

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Just mm Away – Space Matters

The six-foot rule has been a personal favourite of mine for a long time, most people dont understand that standing 3 inches away from others is likely to make them uncomfortable. If I am queuing I always make sure I am the appropriate distance away and that was before Covid-19 came along, people have no …

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A Sense of Community

Tina sat watching the world go by from her balcony, life was difficult at the moment, they were only allowed to leave the building for food supplies, you even needed a piece of paper to leave. The outbreak had started a few weeks before, the government were desperately trying to contain what seemed to be …

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A Modern Neanderthal Walks Amongst Us

Neanderthal – a member of a group of archaic humans who emerged at least 200,000 years ago during the Pleistocene Epoch (about 2.6 million to 11,700 years ago) and were replaced or assimilated by early modern human populations (Homo sapiens) between 35,000 and perhaps 24,000 years ago. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Neanderthal A primitive species and the first definition of the ubiquitous ‘caveman’ of our historical timeline. Neanderthal …

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