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The Flying Cuspidors

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Author: V.R. Francis
Published: 1958
Language: English
Wordcount: 5,545 / 22 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 702
Added to site: 2009.08.22 25071

This was love, and what could be done about it? It's been happening to guys for a long time, now.

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my arm.

"Mamie," I inquire politely of her, "why are you tugging at my arm?"

"That is it," she informs me and leans forward and whispers in my ear.

"But--" I say.

"Hurry," she says, pushing us out another door. "You have only got this afternoon to do it."

"But--" I say again, and Hotlips and I are in the alley looking at the door which Mamie closes in our face.

"What does Mamie say?" Hotlips wants to know eagerly. "Can she fix it up with me and Stella Starlight?"

I scratch my head. "That I do not know, Hotlips, but she does give me an idea which is so good I am surprised at myself I do not think of it alone."

Hotlips gives me a blank stare. "Which is?"

"Come on," I say mysteriously. "You and me have got things to do."

It is hard to say who is more nervous that night, Hotlips or a certain piano player with my name. Frankie is smirking like always, and Stella Starlight is sitting and looking beautiful while she waits for her cue. Hotlips is

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 1 from 2 reviews: *
JoJo Biggins

Don't waste your time with this one.

Paulo Respighi

A silly story about a band that plays at an orbiting nightclub. The trumpeter is in love with the new chanteuse and can no longer hit the right notes.

After the sixth or seventh cute plot twist, the story became a bore.



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