June 8, 2015

Writing Practice, June 8 2015

Don’t learn how to drive. Don’t buy a phone. Don’t buy a microwave. Just eat what they give you. Don’t try to plan for your future. Don’t clean. Don’t worry. Don’t. You don’t need the thing. It is nicer to want the thing than get the thing. Don’t call this number. Don’t pick up your phone. Don’t remember your credit card number. Don’t have a credit card number. Who gave you a credit card? Cut it up. Cut that up too. You’ll be sad if you go along with this. I want you to know, for real, that this incredible offer will bring you nothing but grief. Are you awake? Are you Don’t.

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