So how are you? Yeah? Yeah, I can't believe that class either. The prof is just so, so. Right! But I couldn't agree more, History of American Pop does rule. I've already gotten so much out of it. Yeah.
So you said your winter break was good? Right. Uh huh. Me? Well. Well. I don't want you to worry. Because it could be nothing. I just felt you should know. Well. I'm, uh, late. Like two months. Hey. Hey. Listen. If it does turn out I'm, y'know, I don't plan to keep it. I mean. I have some money. So, don't worry. I just felt you should know. Yeah.
Well, I've got an appointment with the health center on Monday. No, I haven't taken one yet. I know they're not always reliable. So I figured I'd just go in and find out for sure. Right. So. Right. That's really all. Yeah.
No, I'm all set. Yeah. Where you headed? Cool. Um. Well, tell her I said hi. Yeah. See ya.
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By turns serious and playful, Sexography maps the coming of age, tragedy and rebirth of one woman's sexual self. From "making out" with imaginary Hollywood stars in her closet (and getting busted) to coming to terms with abuse, assault and rape, from embracing her curiosity enough to become a sex toy tester to accepting and dealing with her tumultuous past, Carly Milne paints a brutally honest - and, at times, amusing - picture of what it's like to learn about and experience sex in every sense of the word. From the earliest experiences in her childhood homes in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta to present day Los Angeles, Milne guides readers through the sometimes troubled waters of female sexuality with a mixture of candidness and humor. Whether you've been through similar experiences or just know someone who has, Sexography will change your mind about why and how survivors survive.