Tall, dark, and handsome, big-hearted, charismatic, athletically gifted, and hopelessly bi-polar, Marco was the South American with the angelic voice who sang arias beneath my window. The out-of-work Guatemalan architect who lived with his brothers and exerted a peculiar power over me.He suffered from anxiety disorder so severe he couldn’t drive over the bridge, but when I was most in love with him, I felt I would do anything for him, follow him anywhere. I wanted to rescue these men, as I tried to rescue my mother from drinking herself to death. I gave up when I was 17, abandoning her to her fate. But, sometimes I wonder if the fact that I was unable to rescue her contributes to this attraction I have to broken-winged men.
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We’d meet in the hallway separating his pizza joint from Hudson’s Bar and Grill where I waited tables and dodged my oversexed dwarf manager who had a thing for my legs. He’d really have been going somewhere, if it weren’t for that pesky little drinking problem of his.
He’d hold the back of my neck in a light vise grip as he kissed me soulfully, opening his jaw all the way to better engulf me. Of course, Marco, my latin lover, my Italian Stallion (yes, he actually called himself this), had potential.
See more » : I slipped on your dick, then it flew in the air and I landed on my back and I guess my mouth was open because it fell right in my mouth!
And then I spat it out and well, long story short... First off, stop reading about this show, just watch it, go in knowing nothing.
Even though the show is called Man Seeking Woman, Josh, the main protagonist, doesn't appear in every episode.
Tinsel is the only episode in the series where he's completely absent, although his role was much smaller than usual in Teacup as well.
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I have some advice for women younger than me, advice I hope they listen to.
For a long time, it was better and easier to pat myself on the back and say, “There, there, you have potential. For the last fifteen years, a pressure has been building up in me.
You could be great.” It’s better than trying and failing, right? For nine of those years, a therapist told me, “Write.”For 25 years, I didn’t write.
I'll be very interested to see how this show progresses because it is so extremely novel one does fear it might run out things to cover.