Rated 2.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Two friends meet at the bar. One of them tells the other that he is jealous of him. "I want her." "You don't deserve her." "Let me borrow her."
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About Gene Denham

I started writing as a kid. In school I won a few contests with my short stories and one with my poem "God and Mother Nature".

Since then I have had the poem "Lust" read on Houston Public Radio. Also, a religious magazine in Canada has published the poems "Testament" and "God and Mother Nature".

I am currently focusing on my prose.

You can contact me via my website.

Although a native Buckeye, I currently live in Houston with my wife and kids.

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Review by: Jonathan Antony Strickland on July 4, 2013 :
I liked this. It's perhaps hard to give this story a high star rating as it is just a silly funny joke (though I can't understand the 1 and 2 star scores, for me this seems a bit harsh) but for a quick read and a giggle it did the trick.

It was also well written, and one skill as a writer is to portray a story like this in such few words. Less skilled writers would have probaly told the same story but written it to be two or three times longer, and it would have suffered in my opinion if this had been the case.

Personally I'd probaly give this around three stars, but because I feel the 1 and 2 star reviews are a bit unnecessary, I'm giving it a 4.
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Review by: Christopher S. McLoughlin on Oct. 27, 2012 :
Funny story but needs a little less sexual innuendo and some more description.
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Review by: Tenza on Sep. 26, 2012 :
The dialogue was a little stilted and the damage done to the antagonist was way over the top compared to the sin. Hence the plot lacked some realism. This theme has also been done before quite a few times.
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