Enjoy This 10 Second Play About Lesbians

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  1. I pictured Scully during my initial read through, but by the second I was definitely picking up a Benson vibe. Kudos.

  2. I very much enjoy the ‘tour inside of Erin’s brain’ aspect of this website

  3. Neither my wife to be nor myself own a flat billed snapback. We do both have plaid button ups though. Haha.

  4. I’m embarrassed by my undeniable and kind of uncontrollable attraction to kind of fck-boi-looking sporty girls in snap backs. I know it’s such a “look” but it just gets me every time. See: Ashlyn Harris (especially pre haircut). Gah.

  5. Does this mean there is at least one hatless and topless lesbian somewhere in the house?

  6. Also, as well as a play, this would make a very good intro to a text adventure game.

    • I would play this

      “You go into the bedroom. You see a salt lamp, a bed, and a box under the bed. What do you do?”

      • As usual when I’m in the bedroom, I’d probably try the following:

        Go north
        Go south
        Go east
        Go west
        Go up

        And then when none of those worked I’d go down.

  7. Thank you for yoir art.

    This inspired me to look up the word snapback. I had pictured it to be either suspenders or a small backpack, also both signs of lesbianism.

  8. Aw, delightful! Now I have two favourite 10 second pieces of lesbian literature (the other one is the text adventure “queers in love at the end of the world” by anna anthropy).

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