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Those two and a half months turned into one long weekend. A range of females came to see Juice for pot or acid, typically staying to tryst with you. Or they came specifically to mess around with you however later stayed to cop from Juice. Thus, you both shared a cooperative relationship. Many things could have gone terribly incorrect that summer, and probably must have. From what you recalled it had been a total blast.
You could not lawfully sign a lease but “Juice” had been more than happy to take $500 dollars under the table. Far from the threatening stereotype of a drug dealer, Juice was about as odd a character as you d ever satisfied. Your mother satisfied Juice just when but you will never forget her shocked expression, upon seeing this pink-skinned, black guy whose apartment you now shared. A selection of women came to see Juice for pot or acid, often staying to tryst with you. Or they came particularly to fool around with you however later on stayed to cop from Juice.
Your mom met Juice only when but you will always remember her stunned expression, upon seeing this pink-skinned, black man whose apartment or condo you now shared. Comparable to a spit take, like something from the popular TV show, Laugh In or more properly, The Odd Couple. Mama was a bohemian and Juice was on his best habits. The plan was allowed to continue. Not that she might have avoided it anyhow. For the record, your father wasnt warned of your exotic roommate, only that you had one.
Naturally, you chose living with a small time drug dealer you d satisfied in the park. You might not legally sign a lease however “Juice” had been more than delighted to take $500 dollars under the table. Far from the threatening stereotype of a drug dealership, Juice was about as odd a character as you d ever satisfied.
March 10, 2021