Why you don't get published.
OK. OK. That's it. That's fucking well it.I'm now officially gonna start posting anonymously.
Oh. Forgive me. It's idol time, huh?
I have put a lot of books onto shelves in alphabetical order by author. The first ones up in fiction are "Anonymous". And they are all chock full of sexual content. More sex is on the pages of "anonymous" fiction than is on the pages of "B-M" authors until you get to Henry Miller, so right off the bat that pen name has that conotation for me. But I am just anonymous because of protocol. But does Evil connote "anonymous" with the front end of the fiction section?MEnot really anonymous, but kinda
Hey, ME - you always sign your name, so we know who you are.You're good just as you are, girl.
Robin, please don't! I would miss you!
Hey freddie! Don't worry- I'll just mess around every once in a while.PS, honey. Please send me an email.
Wow, Robin, after ME's comments, now you should be a fan of anonymous...
Nuttin to do wit me. I wasn't even there.-ril
Damn! Why didn't I have the courage of my convictions and post under my real name? Assuming that fairyhedgehog counts as a 'real name' anyway. And don't you start, Robin, we've got enough anons as it is. (No, ME, I don't mean you.)
Anyone who's submitted a chosen or unchosen caption (or continuation) anonymously and now wants the glory of being credited, feel free to let me know. You may also make up a new name and I'll convert your anons to that name so we can distinguish you from other anons without revealing your true identity.
Evil Editor, you are the dog's b... breakfast! The only small flaw in your perfection is that I spend far too much of my day in here. If you made your blog less interesting I'd get more work done.
First- ril- not buyin' it, honey.Second - why don't the non-ril-anons just make up a name - it can be anything from prunejuicelover to suckmycathair. Whatever.
Hey Gina-Was this one yours? Good one, honey. I wasn't gonna say that to someone else I (sorta) know.
"Suckmycathair" - I love it. Oh, and thanks, Robin.
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