There is just no predicting. Even for the most responsible kids, there is always that combustible combination of youth, opportunity, and one bad night. For that you have to turn to science. In the past few years, research has shown that the brain of a teen really is different.
His beautiful blonde wife looked almost exactly like the head cheerleader she had been fifteen years ago. She looked like the actress Jeri Ryan, but not as pale and with large breasts made larger by giving birth to four children.
That a 33 year old mother of four had kept the body of a stripper was amazing in itself and it was all from diet and exercise. Melissa kept herself looking good for her husband. Gil on the other hand looked odd next to his stunning wife. He barely topped 5'6" while Melissa was a tall 5'11", and tonight she wore three inch heels making her tower over her husband.
Needless to say, Gil looked forward to slow dancing with her tonight. He was still thin. His suit was ill-fitting, hanging loose on his body. Gil surveyed the room through the same black rimmed glasses he'd worn in high school.
Gil noticed someone waving and waved back. The man was Eugene Haythornthwaite. Gene was also skinny, had buck teeth and ears that stuck out too far.
He had also married up. Desiree Haythornthwaite probably most resembled Jennifer Aniston, similar straight brown hair and a thin build, though Desiree had 36DD breasts.
Unlike Melissa, Desiree wasn't all natural. Her breasts were a gift from her husband.
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She hadn't wanted them, but Gene did and she did whatever it took to make him happy. Desiree was also Gil's twin sister. Sitting beside Desiree was a Tyra Banks look-alike, named Shawna.
The black beauty had been the head basketball cheerleader and the second football cheerleader to Melissa. Her husband, Leroy, could have been the fat black kid in the movie "Old School" aged fifteen years.
He nearly took up two of the folding chairs around the table. He had always been a bit of a clown and was laughing at a joke he'd just told.Anthology series which mixes dark humor with genres like crime, horror or drama.
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Generations of adults have pondered its cause. Hormones?
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