A fictional story about some gay people

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A story about some gay people It was a “super” day in the “Rainbow shoe store.” Mason and Bartholomew were livin' large. Their shoe store that catered to homosexuals was booming with business. They had sold 16 pairs already today! Mason was an Ex-NBA player, and was 36 years old. He was 5'9” and 154lbs. Bartholomew was a retired politician. He was 37, 5'8” and 349lbs. They had met in a bar named “The Triangle Club,” 3 years ago. Bartholomew always said that he knew from the moment he met Mason that they would be together forever. Back then, Bartholomew was working to become the first gay president. Mason admired his efforts as a politician. Mason used to be a NBA player, and was very rich now. He played for the San Francisco Rams. He was one of the first homosexual players in the NBA. He started playing in high school and got picked up right after he graduated by a scout for the San Francisco Rams. “Wow Mason!” exclaimed Bartholomew. “Look at how many shoes we've sold today!” he added. “Yuppers, We're really doing great!” responded Mason. “We can go home and see Jaime in half an hour when we close!” said Mason. Jaime was their dog. Jaime was a greyhound that used to run at the track. Mason and Bartholomew always covered Jaime in pretty bows and dog sweaters. “I got Jaime a new sweater today. It has little stars on it and it's very pretty!” said Mason.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Szymanski during the Fall '07 term at FSU.

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