Yours Truly, Taddy by Avery Aster
Yours Truly, Taddy
Flying to Martinique for a displaying task with three of Europe’s most smoking magazine picture takers—Gustave, Fabian, and Leon—should’ve been simple, blustery excellent. Never did I hope to turn upward and see a gap in the roof of our plane that was greater in size than my Birkin pack.
Poo! We’re nose-plunging toward Eden Island. I imagined how my New York Times eulogy may read when I’m gone, “Taddy Brill, Manhattanite, ousted relative of the Austrian House of Brillford eminence, bites the dust at age eighteen, poverty stricken, disliked, and a virgin.” I swear this poo just transpires. All of a sudden, Leon pulls me with Fabian and Gustave. Adrenaline hustling through me, our bodies clung as one. We arranged to… crash.
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