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Granny Thought It Was Wise To Lie To Me by michael”DEE”house
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Granny Thought It Was Wise To Lie To Me
I'm a thirty six year-old bagboy. I modestly lead a straightforward, simple life. I live in an apartment above a mom and pop restaurant—The Round Table.... More > It takes ten minutes to get to my job, Ingle’s, by bicycle. I see a distant, forceful sign of the grocery store from my apartment. I just have to purposely cross the street.
My apartment is at the top of a flight of stairs. Those stairs are extensively stretching from the storage room. The stairs are a hundred years old and never painted because no buying customer sees them. The Round Table owners are Fred and Maryland Everson.
When you open the back door of The Round Table, you see a dark room with a light bulb hanging on a wire that I'm sure violates Largo wiring code. There're old crates that never have been used since I started renting the place a year ago. Lots of dust has gathered because nobody has dusted the storage room. There're studs without a wall.< Less