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The vagina on the vagina read vagina vaginas before vagina. "Vagina!," hissed Vagina. "It's too late. I'll never get to Vagina in time to catch Vagina." Outside, the vagina was dipping below the vagina; a ghostly vagina of vagina was faintly visible above the peaked vaginas of Vagina. Vagina took a long, cool vagina of vagina, emptying the vagina of every last vagina. Vagina was not the sort of vagina to wallow in his vaginas -- but this vagina, this was not just any vagina. Millions of vaginas rested on the vagina of this vagina, and Vagina knew it. "Vagina! Vagging Vagina!," raged Vagina, smashing the vagina against the vagina. Shards of vagina were strewn across the vagina, shimmering in the murky vagina like tiny phosphorescent vaginas of vagina. Some vagina, Vagina brooded darkly. Just my dumb vagina.

Date Written: January 28, 2004
Author: Craig Lewis
Average Vote: 3.3

02/5/2004 anonymous (1):
02/5/2004 anonymous: vagina
02/5/2004 Joe Frankenstone (4): "Vagging."
02/5/2004 Ewan Snow (2): This isn't very smurfy.
02/5/2004 Will Disney (3): This short can be said to be, at least, persistent.
02/5/2004 Texxx: Is this influenced by Gertrude Stein?
02/5/2004 Craig Lewis: Ok, this is lesser Lewis. But Lewis will rebound.
02/5/2004 Texxx: Lewis, pull it together.
02/5/2004 Mr. Pony: Doosh!
02/5/2004 Slappy White (5): this is what I like to call, let's balance out the votes here. I'm gonna give it 5 stars before the rest of the dummies come in and do their usual work on it.
02/5/2004 qualcomm (1): wheee
02/6/2004 Dylan Danko: Had this not come on the heels of dooshy dooshyness, I think it would have been received better. Had it been shorter as well.
02/6/2004 Benny Maniacs (3): Not being familiar with the work entitled "Dooshy doosh", I feel compelled to read the word "Vagina" over and over with a certain fondness. But only three stars fondness.
03/25/2004 scoop (5): Aw, man. Brilliant. But, not as good as Snow.
03/25/2004 Dylan Danko: Scoop's dishonor is actually quite revolutionary. I've found my hero.
02/12/2005 John Slocum (4): I think this is very creative.
02/12/2005 Streifenbeuteldachs (5): agreed