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The Closing Act

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Nate can't wait for the New Year's Eve concert. His performance is going to be the turning point in his trouble life, he knows it. But just a few days before the big day, something happens that might well ruin everything. 

p dir="ltr"> None of the characters, places or events are real!

This story is written for its shock value. The morals, decisions and sense of humor in it are questionable. It is set in an alternate universe with a different law system and social rules. Things portrayed are highly fictional and would be considered inappropriate and illegal in our world. There are mentions of religion, personal tragedy, substance abuse and whatnot. Matters related to human anatomy are scientifically inaccurate.

The story is a creation of the author's mind, not meant to offend or be treated seriously. It's not meant to arouse you (no judging if it does), but to make you chuckle (no offense if it doesn't). 

I've disclaimed enough. If you're ready to experience this short story with an open mind, enjoy!

Copyright © 2022 Arch Hunter; All Rights Reserved.

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drsawzall

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Puberty...the bane and blessing of teenagers everywhere. Wreaking changes and unwarranted consequences, with nary a thought to any embarrassing complications.

At the worst possible time, puberty rears its ugly head and yet...the show must go on...what would you do?? 

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