Rachel has never gotten over the breakup between her and Amy. She has carried a torch for her since she dropped her for one of Rachel’s best friends. Lately, it has haunted her every waking hour and even dominated her dreams.
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Rachel has been lifelong friends with Morgan and Zoe and even the heart-wrenching split-up with the love of her life, Amy to be with Morgan never affected her relationship with Morgan. Even with Amy’s continued antagonizing of Rachel by trying to act as though they are friends. Rachel realizes her actions are not genuine.
Long ago the three friends had formed a support group for one another during turbulent times. The support group began during their high school days and used the ‘attitude adjustment club’ to help one another over the emotional times that teenaged girls go through at that age. They named it ‘The Attitude Adjustment Club’.
The club was an intimate ritualistic interaction only very special friends would understand. The ritual had a 99.9% success rate. A solution always seemed to present itself so Rachel, Morgan, and Zoe call the meeting on Rachel’s behalf, and once the energizing meeting was adjourned, the three of them headed out to dinner at their favorite Chinese restaurant, and mystically the solution actually does appear. In the form of a beautiful Asian waitress named Evone.
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2 thoughts on “ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT CLUB”
Isn’t a flogger or riding crop safer for attitude adjustments? A club seems a bit… severe.
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I think these girls were looking for a “happy ending’ when they were finished. 🙂