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Pat Dunn
By Tony Mike Nerone
Monday, August 04, 2003



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An Early Affair

It was an early monday morning when I stepped up into the fifth avenue bus. The usual working stiffs like myself were it's passengers.
I noticed a vacant seat in the rear, it was right behind a pretty redhead. As I walked by she looked up and smiled at me, her green eyes flashed
with excitement.
I sat down directly behind her, and noticed her glance from her luminating baby greens.
She was munching on some roasted peanuts that smelled so good, I could barely contain myself from asking her to share. I never had to, she turned from her seat to face me, and said with a beautiful celtic smile on her pretty face,"want some". Her voice had the Irish lilt I loved so much. Okay I said as I exposed my pearly whites.
Peanuts for breakfast is always a treat I said, as if I was a dumb ass teenager!
Without sour mash flowing through my veins I had this penchant of saying the most dumbest things to a chick.

We started are own little conversation on that chilly New York city morning. Nothing intelligent I may add, but amorous to the fullest extreme. She told me her name was Patricia Dunn, but prefered "Pat"!
Our frivolous flirting continued to the downtown area of Manhatten. I learned we were both the same age of 26, and she was born and raised in County Cork, Ireland.
After mentioning my Grand Mother was a Riordon from her hometown, Pat became extremely friendly. So friendly she asked me out for lunch, Dutch style. I of course replied yes. How could I not, my member was beating to it's own drummer.

To be continued

tony mike nerone
8-4-2003


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Reviewed by Floreann Cawley 8/24/2003
Very good....Floreann *****
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 8/5/2003
Interesting story. How many parts to it?
:)Sandy
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 8/5/2003
hmmm..and on that train ride your soul expanded transcending the mundane aspects of everyday living..and a pair of green eyes gifted you with bliss...hmmmm..
Wondrous write!

Vesna
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 8/4/2003
I liked this, excellent Tony!

Reindeer
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 8/4/2003
Nice begining
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/4/2003
nice story!!
Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 8/4/2003
Excellent story. Enjoyed.


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