Kendall opened his bedroom door. “I can finally freely be nude in this house!” He stepped into the hall. “I’m naked in the hall.”
Logan heard Kendall run to the stairs and followed him. He reached the top of the stairs. Kendall was standing proudly mid-way down.
Kendall smiled. “I’m naked on the stairs.”
Logan laughed and took a seat on the top step. “Indeed you are.”
Kendall ran the rest of the way down the stairs. A few seconds later, Logan heard him yell, “I’m naked in the living room!” Then there was the sound of Kendall running again, followed by, “I’m naked in the dinning room!” More running. “I’m naked in the kitchen!” Then Logan heard a door open, which then closed several seconds later. “I was just naked in the basement!”
Kendall appeared at the bottom of the stairs again, and Logan said, “Please don’t go into your mother’s and sister’s rooms.”
“I wasn’t planning on it.” Kendall walked up the stairs and sat next to Logan. “I’m sitting on the stairs naked. It’s kinda weird.”
“What did I get myself into when I agreed to date you?” Logan asked with a teasing tone.
“You got yourself into a lot of insanity.” Kendall kissed Logan’s cheek. “Wanna play some video games before bed?”
“Will you put some clothes on?”
mY ACTUAL FAVOURITE SCENE YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND I PISSED MY PANTS THE FIRST TIME I READ IT AND I’M PISSIN GMY PANTS AGAIN
Brand: Consul Model: 232.3 Type: Portable Manufacturer: Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia Serial Number: 3 232 202838 Year of production: 1963 Keyboard: german QWERTZ* Weight: 5 Kg (with case) Case: YES Typeface: Pica Extras: Original vintage warranty and receipt
Don’t you worry bout what you’ve been told Cause honey I ain’t even close to cold It’s kinda soon to fall in love again But sometimes the best that you can do is just jump back in I got me a fearless heart Strong enough to get you through the scary part It’s been broken many times before A fearless heart just comes back for more
In 1935, when the the thrust-action Adler Favorite was first introduced, it was priced at 135 Reichsmarks (about $62.25), the equivalent to $951 in today’s money. Still it was a moderately-priced typewriter.
In 1937, it was replaced by the Favorit 2, featuring improved carriage bearings, paper guide, and line spacing mechanism.