an all-or-nothing gamble

She followed him home from
the casino
because he
swore he was a gambling addict

A true gambler

he lived only to gamble

Never missed a chance to declare it

"I like gamblers," she
said. "Love 'em to death."

He was all
smiles

and then she continued, "Say, what
about a little gamble
of our own? You down for that?"

"Baby," he said, "long as it's a
gamble I'm down to hells
and below, haha."

Once in the room
she climbed on the bed
and removed her clothes
and shuffled through her purse
and pulled out about a dozen
hypodermic needles

"What you doin' with those?"
he asked

She grinned at him
and spread her
legs and pointed between them
"I'll stick some of 'em
here in these lips. Your part
of the gamble is to
turn off the lights and slide
your way between 'em. Let's go, gambler.
Oh, and no fingers. It's
an all-or-nothing gamble."

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    1. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Guess they just can’t stand the idea of dying of old age. They feel life has no second stage and this is really all we’re given, so it makes no sense living it as a saint. They’re those who look upon the average folk with pity and think their lives are like one big, very plain stew without any spices :))

      Life has really put me in a position where I get to meet and hear about lots of people like them and boy do I find them fascinating (◉-◉)

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