Birthday card to sign.
Bring to my colleague and find,
Two bodies entwined!
My passion is and has always been writing. I am particularly drawn to writing fiction that has relatable storylines which hopefully keep readers engaged
Excellent work. Looking forward to reading more!
Did that with my son & his boyfriend once.
Back out quietly. Too late.
I suppose they thought they'd got a room. Little did they know, card signing request was imminent!
Next time, always open a door with camera on record. You never know what might come in handy for you in the future 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
great work Cindy!!!😊
OMG!!! Humorous and embarrassing!!! Loved it!!!💕❤️❤️
That's why you're supposed to put a sock on the doorknob! lol Great entry, Cindy!
Ooooooh dear! 🤣
Well that was awkward.
This is a good one 😂😱♥️
Lol, they getting busy! Now this is a snafu!
Lol, Awkward! Good one, Cindy!
Hahah too funny
Hilarious if one of them is not your romantic partner.
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