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  • Walking in quick small steps with the dogs in the streets we found a 42-sized female pair of shoes under the daylight, far from the pumpkin and far from a strong Cinderella. The dogs would find seconds before us an empty female purse in the next corner, also abandoned and waiting for the next night.

    There are only family houses, a kindergarten, drinking bars, some restaurants, a mechanic store and a hospital around. A few steps from the pair of lost shoes and even closer to the empty purse there’s the content of this and other purses – lots of smoking pots, lipsticks, pipes for crack, condoms, all sorts of shaving devices, female wigs, short pants, underpants.

    The piece of wasteland works as parking lot for two or three trucks, and bushes are the meeting point of druggies and transvestites. They work the stadium area and don’t seem to know what a good coat, a warm blanket and clean sheets are, dressed in meager pieces of clothes under the sun or the wind.

    Maybe the 42-sized shoes were trying to leave the bushes, the purse leaving masculinity behind, but there was no way out close to a kindergarten and dead-end alleys plenty of children, jumping cats and wandering dogs

    Dogs like to smell bushes and shoes and genitals and sex and fluids.

    Dogs tell strong perfumes of men pretending to be woman from the other perfumes. But so many men have bad nose or are not as faithful as the dogs when they walk after huge female steps!
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