CrunchyButtMuncher

CrunchyButtMuncher t1_j1qkx9l wrote

I read this book when I was eleven, and I'm so thankful I did. There was a lot I didn't understand but it helped shape my brain to be open to different sexualities and gender expressions later on in life. I would love to go back and read this again, thanks for reminding me!

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CrunchyButtMuncher t1_iu15ff2 wrote

I took a smaller, slower train ride like this up in Canada. It was the ride's first year in service so they were still ironing out some details. At one point, the mini-train was struggling to get up an incline, so they asked us kids to get out and help push it up. We were cracking up at how rinky-dink it was, and figured they'd probably be sued if it was in America, but it was a lot of fun.

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