Watch Out You May Get Bit

a: Apostrophe ~
b: a beautiful woman or man

What: An apostrophe is like a beautiful woman or man that you meet at a bar. "Sure, you're knocked sideways by their longish hair, dyed criminally blond and almost pitch black at the roots, and the sensual darkish colouring just below their eyes that gives a hint of Mediterranean blood via Poland or Northern Italy, but don't just dive in - get a good look at them! Is that intriguing peroxided hair and enticing dark roots just a result of the fact that they originally set out to be a glamour model, then sunk into the seamy world of hard drugs? And are those bags under their eyes just a result of Hepatitis B?" More in the link

Writer: MC Grammar
Date: Oct 11 2013 2:52 PM

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