“Oh my God, he would probably turn it into a game,” Lily said exasperated at the idea. “He would

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“Oh my God, he would probably turn it into a game,” Lily said exasperated at the idea. “He would make everyone show what happened to them at camp, or gym class. Or what he likes to do,” she said suddenly not wanting to think about the horror show that would ensue. The thought of what Todd would share with everyone alone would forever taint and tarnish her poor dolly. She would never be able to look at it again, nor would the dolly ever want to be looked upon. Lilly giggled causing Nathan to look at her inquisitively. “Sorry, already queasy just thinking about it.” “I can definitely see that,” Nathan laughed, pretty much imagining the same thing. At least he was able to leave if it happened. “Speaking of the perverted Devil,” Lily smiled at…show more content…
“Si, un poco,” Nathan said teetering his hand telling Martin he spoke a little. “Cómo te gusta esto, Chicago,” Martin said asking him casually how he liked Chicago. “Umm, you asked how I like it right, umm . .. Bueno,” Nathan said with a little theatrics. Martin convinced, continued. “Good, if you need anything, just let us know.” “I appreciate that, thank you,” he said and took another swig of his beer. “I love your shop by the way.” “That is nice of you to say, I wasn't sure if it was our shop or the Lily,” Martin said with a smirk. Nathan teetered his hand again. “A little of both,” he said as Martin teetered his hand and they both chuckled. “Was it hard?” Nathan asked curiously, obviously referring to him and Todd being gay. Martin smiled while mulling the question over. “Two gays opening a coffee shop that specialized in cupcakes, nooo,” he said dragging it to a new level of sarcasm. They both laughed. “Yeah at first it was hard, customers would put two and two together, would either tell us we were sick or just be plain rude or just never show up again,” he sadly explained. “It might be the 21st century, but that just doesn't make it all just go away,” he said recalling those first few months. “It was Todd who was weary about opening a shop together, he wasn't sure we could handle all the negatives that went with it. It was me that pressed for it.” “They say fortune favors the bold,” Nathan said with admiration. “Exactly, but when the negatives and

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