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What is Plagiarism?
Plagiarism is taking the writings or literary ideas of another and selling and/or publishing them as one's own writing.
Hmmm, I guess 'Elizabeth Summers' and her gaggle of fuckwits didn't get the memo.
More from Magnolia: Pumpkin Cheesecake with Gingersnap Pecan Crust.
This cheesecake has been a huge success at the bakery since its introduction. It is a lovely dessert for an autumn dinner party. I love to make cheesecakes when I’m entertaining because they can be made one to two days in advance, before guests even arrive.—Allysa Torey
This isn't a hot & sexy story. It's more or less an emotional brain dump that began as a blog post but quickly mushroomed into what you see here. I promised I'd write it and I've done my duty. Read at your own risk.
It’s no secret that I despise rules that encroach on personal liberties. Big, little, shiny, and dull, I dislike them all mainly because they insult me on a cerebral level, as if I don’t possess the cognitive ability to decipher life’s mysteries on my own. It makes me wonder what the hell I was doing when the great Oracle was dishing up heaping bowls of common sense. By and large, rules, to me, make broad sweeping generalizations on complex and dynamic subjects and beings. I find those rules governing a woman’s sexuality particularly frustrating, especially when they come from within our gender.
Day Three of a Three Day Series
Let’s face it, we all have sexual fantasies. Whether it’s the naughty schoolgirl or the bank teller that caught your eye, we all have them. However, engaging in a few minutes of dirty talk before tackling one another isn’t the same as sexual role play. Sexual role play takes you deeper into character; it’s multi-dimensional and it librates you from your daily routine....
Day Three: Setting ground rules and boundaries
The WASP: White Anglo-Saxon Protestant
The word WASP conjures images of: Yachting, Martha’s Vineyard, Seersucker, DAR, Pure Breed White Families, Cape Cod, The Mayflower, the Northeastern Educated Elites…in short, the uber-wealthy. All of these labels are spot on! They are, in fact, set above the supposed “Whites” because they are pure—descendants of The Mayflower (Greg’s family). Pardon me while I gag.....
Clean and Clear Conversation: A lesson on Paragraphing. I don’t make this crap up folks! You're supposed to separate the characters from each other & connect their dialogue to their actions.