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OH, that was so evil. She thought for a moment, if he had violated the laws, but no, he was too clever for that. Criminal law would not save her from this kind of experience. Only her wit would, She would have to come up with a solution, and fast. After all, her baby wasn’t going to clean himself.
By Fran Hunne URL on 05.12.2018
the tables are glass topped so you can’t cheat your way through blackjack. they’re idiots to think that’s how you did it
By canaria on 05.12.2018
1criminal=confiscating real insinuations minimulally infor nothing attritubal LOVINGLY
By Garz on 05.12.2018
He’s always wanted to catch a criminal. it was one of the most goals he’d had h-the biggest goals he’d ever had in his entire life. Even thogugh everyone else would sometimes say, “what about becoming something else like a firefighter or something -don’t you want to become a policeman instead?” -like you always wanted to be instead?” -“What happened to you wanting to be a policeman?” He would say, no. Well, not really, because even after he USED to say he wanted to be a policeman, sometimes, the part of him that still wanted to be a policeman made him say, “Yes, but I’d also like to be -but I want to be a detective policeman.” And that’s when he got the idea.
By Asoomy on 05.12.2018
Crime isn’t always bad. Sometimes laws are bad. If you remove the negative associations, could criminal be synonymous to hero? Or trailblazer? Or risk-taker? Or leader? I could think of a few examples. Mr. King, anyone?
By DGGS on 05.12.2018
The shoe peddler faced criminal charges, all in the first degree: Assault, theft, and even murder. Even so, he stared blankly at the members of the jury as he took the stand in the courtroom. His fingers twitched while his hand was on the worn down Bible proffered to him. And when he was ready to speak, it almost didn’t sound human.
“I,” he enunciated. “Sell. Shoes.”
By Belinda Roddie URL on 05.12.2018
is there a cigarette
that hasn’t smoked me first
the musky aroma
covering my flesh
is it a crime to kill yourself
am i a criminal to cover myself
with the stank of a shorter life
By Matt m. on 05.12.2018
It was criminal to think that I could be so arrogant. Why on earth did I believe that I could accomplish such a devious act? I was just an apprentice, not yet the full-fledged mage with the experience necessary to conjure such a spell. Still, I tried to resurrect my love. In the end, I would join her in the grave, by her own hands.
By Joe on 05.12.2018
Criminal? throw him out, he´s a waste of food and water -she said, not lifting her head from the documents she was signing. He knew that was going to be her answer, but was it correct to leave a man out to die in the cold like that?
By Bramsy on 05.12.2018
He hated being called that. Criminal. They just needed something to put sound to his actions. But really he was just trying to feed his sister and get one percent of the good luck those people seemed to have had their whole lives.
By Katmiller on 05.12.2018
I think criminal is the most scared thing, because I don’t know when I will be killd.
By yu on 05.12.2018
He was criminal scum. That was all there was to it. But why did I have to love him still? Even after he told me all the things he’s done, all the people he’s killed. I see past all that somehow and still love him as if it is the only thing keeping me alive.
By Cheyenne Aeternum on 05.12.2018
maybe the way he stole my gaze read exactly what his identity was
a true criminal
drawing crimson from my lips
maybe the way he stole stars from my collarbone showed where his galaxy lay
i was another sun spot in his spectrum
another dead star laced onto his macrame chain
By Katelin on 05.12.2018
The Fiona Apple song “Criminal” played over the loud speaker in the store. Jae stopped to take some deep breaths. She was trying not to sweat but a song playing about the risks involved in what she was doing was making her shake even more. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Stan give the signal. Jae pulled the ski mask down over her face, pulled out her gun and moved toward the counter.
By MsShel330 on 05.12.2018
´´ They got in through the chimney´´, said the chief inspector.
´´ It is criminal that they advertise Christmas so early nowadays´´, said the Hermit
By Robert Kohlhammer on 05.13.2018
1criminal= Contrives Reality Into Messy Instigations Noxiusly At Liability
By Garz on 05.13.2018
It’s criminal, honestly, that he treats you like that.
That’s a little dramatic.
It’s not. I’ve seen it.
By Bridget Grace on 05.13.2018
run for it. run for it. ru for it.
can’t spit the words out whole so out of breath. ragged and tearing feeling in my
hurts to breathe
By spiderman on 05.13.2018
you’re filthy and disgusting
don’t cover up your tracks
I want to forget you and make you go away
but you keep coming back
and now I’m lost on you again
like I always am
By lea on 05.13.2018
One word is enough for the smooth criminal. That’s the ticket. I wonder if Sting ever considered a life of crime. If you live a life of crime, then you are a criminal. What constitutes a life of crime? Doing things that are against the law, natch! One word is enough for all of us!
By michaelbuzz on 05.13.2018
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.