Atef Ayadi


....The Zebra Effect.......to be true


being negative few times and positive most of the time,

did not help me……I tried all of that…..stuff!

it just creates a voltage effect…..a high amperage and power’s shortage
to complete darkness….i mean failure.

Now,

let suppose someone is
still
harassing
you about a girl
you commented with a beautiful intention……plus I was not sober that beautiful time…

Do you want the details?
If negative, you may….throw off stuff out……out and loud….
They are your stuff…but…you think I am the receiver…..””shall all my stuff return back to….””


If positive,
You reverse all of this, and make it only more or a little sweeter….

Try it for your self…….and figure it! ! .....out...may be you have your story you want to talk about? ? ?

Submitted: Sunday, November 28, 2010
Edited: Sunday, December 05, 2010

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