My Last Year with the Nuns

My Last Year with the Nuns
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Leslie

Very self-indulgent and tiresome monologue by a grown man still amused by his gross behaviour while at Catholic middle school. Being from Seattle, and his same age, I thought there would easily be something of interest, but I was wrong.

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