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    Re: Wanring: Sexual/violent material in this post. Dark Erotica. Part 2

    Speaking of typos, Margaret, I've noticed you often type "to" when you obviously mean "too."

    Not such a big deal, but still....

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    Re: Wanring: Sexual/violent material in this post. Dark Erotica. Part 2

    Yeah, I saw that as well but I figured you'd been picked on enough by me. The to/too thing is a big deal for a writer because it's so basic.

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    Re: Wanring: Sexual/violent material in this post. Dark Erotica. Part 2

    And yet she did spell it correctly at the beginning of her thread:

    "Her hunger for him was almost too much to bear. Gripping the back of the seats she steadied herself over his lap. They kissed with the same passion as before. This time it was more urgent. Her desire to taste him was too much."

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    Re: Wanring: Sexual/violent material in this post. Dark Erotica. Part 2

    lol thanks for pointing that out. That is one of the grammar things I was telling you that I get confused on. My big confusion is past and present.
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    Re: Wanring: Sexual/violent material in this post. Dark Erotica. Part 2

    The to/too is not as confusing as much. Like I said though, I'm still learning to go back and read and say "does this belong here or not, is it spelled correctly, etc." I'm working on it. lol
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