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What happens when you think you’re too sexy for your own good?

It could be a blessing or a curse.

Find out what this ‘sexy thing’ has to say.

You might be surprised by what you hear.

Please read ahead and click the blue link to read the entire story. Thanks!

You know that you want me. Right from the time you heard what I had to say. Let me recall your words. Exciting. Impressive. Damn hot! I would’ve articulated it much better but that’s what makes me more attractive than others. Not a dull moment when I’m around. I’m the heart of […]

Call Me Sexy or What You Want — Gobblers & Masticadores

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15 Comments on “Call Me Sexy or What You Want — Gobblers & Masticadores

  1. I loved the pace of this story, Terveen. It kept me wondering until that last line. An excellent read to break up a writing day. Thank you.

    • Thank you so much, Davy. I suppose the writer’s brain needs to take a break at some point or the other. haha. We’re all in this together. To more writing and to more future breaks. 🙂

  2. ‘I’m a writer’s brain not a genie’, I love that line… Also like the fact that the brain and the writer have some sort of deal going. They’ll get to the good booze, once they’ve written a bestseller together. Seems like a fair deal, a nice co-operation. I wrote a slightly messed up story called ‘The writer’s heart’ a long time ago. I’ll leave the link here, in case you are interested.

    • Thank you so much for sharing the link, Britta. I think it’s brilliant. Left a comment. Yes the writer and the writer brain, forever a pair indulged in compromises and tussles. Thank you so much and keep that brain and heart pumping. 🙂

  3. What a fun, risque’ and delightfully surprising tale! Honestly, the way you described the writer’s brain made me think of one of my cousins who thought he was God’s gift to women. I could just hear my cousin saying (and believing) all those lines. Perfectly executed and what a surprise at the end! Amazing talent, Terveen. 🙂

    • I’m sure there would be quite a few men and women falling into that category. I just wanted this to be fun, unpredictable and an ode to the quirky writer’s brain. It definitely has a personality of its own. I hope yours is behaving. Thanks a ton, Mike. Keep writing and inspiring! 🙂

  4. Haha, an intriguing way of describing the intrigue of writing. Sometimes the brain really seems to be a different person. One wants it to do this and do that and be amazing etc.

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