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    Meaning large easy to read letters, which fit into to the whole wide fit theme of the ad. You know the one where Howie Long, a very large manly figure is shown wearing Skechers wide fit tennis shoes and his Super Bowl XVIII ring on his right ring finger. Now that we have cleared that up, let us continue. The font and the words themselves act as a frame for the picture. Thus when the picture “in an advertisement is framed, the viewer uses the label as a framework for encoding the picture in relationship to the advertised brand” (Edell and Staelin 47). In laymen’s terms, the picture acts as the words, when the written message ties the product to the brand. This tactic creates a positive name and brand for the product. Not only are the words bold and wide, they are white. When placed on a dark background, as these are, the words themselves seem to jump off of the page. Therefore drawing your attention to the words, instead of just the image. By doing this, your mind relates the…

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    My life has not been as rough as one may think. It’s been a small roller coaster ride throughout the years for me. The three things I value the most are my car, my house my wedding ring and lastly my loving and caring husband. These things to me are important to have and they are the top thingsthree things on my list of the things I value. I am writing this to you my future children because I feel like it is an important part for you to know of who I am and what I valued the most in my life. I…

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    Gold Necklace Problem

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    when he was ten years old he moved to America to start a new life. When I was born I got a gold necklace from him with gold charms on it. In a bunch of my baby pictures and in some of my school pictures from elementary school I’m wearing the necklace. One of the charms on the necklace is the cornicello, which translated from Italian means “little horn”. The charm almost looks like a golden pepper and that’s what most people who aren’t Italian think is around my neck. The horn is an amulet of…

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    he starts it off by describing the dead man’s body. “His jaw was in his throat, his upper lip and teeth were gone, his one eye was shut, his other eye was a star-shaped hole, his eyebrows were thin and arched like a woman’s, his nose was undamaged, there was a slight tear at the lobe of one ear, his clean black hair was swept upward like a cowlick…” (O’Brien 124). He continues to describe the man in full detail from top to bottom. He ends with describing the man’s personality and goes back…

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    Screams of terror fill the air. Flavia runs with them, but she feels the need to catch her breath, to slow down, to lie down, to sleep… The ring on her finger becomes deathly cold, and a chill floods her body. She comes to her senses. Flavia can see her Drusilla’s mouth moving, but she can’t hear it over the roar of the usually peaceful volcano. Drusilla points, and Flavia runs in that direction. Her lungs heave and heave, but somehow, the ring gives her strength. Up ahead, she sees the…

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    He bent his head 20 degrees downward. His right hand strength forward about 10cm and then he bent all the top knuckles 90 degrees, middle knuckles 20 degrees and lower knuckles 10 degrees, so that the four finger tips pressed on one side of the paint dish, meanwhile the knuckles of the thumb bent didn’t bend and the fingertip of the thumb pressed the other side of the paint…

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    It had been awhile since he had bottomed or found enough time to enjoy one of his dildos and he knew that Johnny wasn't going to draw out the preparation. A second finger quickly joined the first and the Boss decided if Johnny wasn't going to draw things out, he would give the other man a run for his money. He locked his arms around Johnny's neck, crashed their lips together, and rocked against the fingers inside him. Johnny growled in appreciation and the kiss became less of lips pressing…

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    Wonho: A Short Story

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    through his body and for a while you relinquished control to him. As he guided your head back up, you let your teeth drag gently up his member and he moaned. He attempted to push your head down again, but you resisted and instead decided to focus on the head as you pumped him. His moans grew louder and his breathing became more shallow as he neared climax, he roughly pulled you away and up his body into a rough kiss. His tongue plundered your mouth as he maneuvered you under him and he urgently…

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    Rosie: A Short Story

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    Her name is Rosie and she is placed on my right hand, ring finger. She is a sterling silver, heart shaped diamond ring. She is a size 7 and is from Kay Jewelers. There are little diamonds that make up her shape. Rosie has been with me since April 1, 2015 and has never left my finger, but still managed to get a couple of scratches on her. Everywhere I am, Rosie is. I guess it is true what people say, diamonds are really a girl’s best friend. Rosie has a sentimental value and is worth more…

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    It is in that way - forehead to forehead, hips aligned instinctively, heaving chests and groans of hunger and desire - that I crash and fall, everything I know up to that moment falling away from me while he races to his end just after me. He presses his face into her shoulder and crumbles as our bodies offer up shudder after shudder of release until all that remains is a quivering suspension of movement and then silence. I run my fingers through his damp curls, the smell of sweat mingling with…

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