A Tail of Two Coins

. . . it is the pretty good of coins, it is the not so good of coins . . .

Stay safe, and if you feel like reading three short stories, and if then you feel like voting for your favorite “F” story HERE, well, shucks, that would awesome just be.

Note to Grammarianites (or is it Grammarianinians?):
It should probably be The Tails Of Two Coins, but then it wouldn’t reference Charlie’s work as well. Call it artistic license.

Note 2: yes, I know it’s Grammarians.

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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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2 Responses to A Tail of Two Coins

  1. This post made me laugh! From the title to the photos of the coin-butts to the note for all the grammarpeople I laughed. (I are not a grammar, but I are a gramma! HA!) Whether coins are purdy or rusty, I likes ’em! HA!
    (((HUGS)))

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