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Expulsion from Paradise
Rebekah and Adam were married on July 11, 2009 at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Tennessee. They were registered at Target and Bed Bath & Beyond. One Renae Harden Bell of Hartwell Georgia said, on October 14, 2008 7:40 PM, “Wow!!! I can’t believe you are old enough to get married!! Just seems like yesterday I was in your parent’s wedding! Best of luck and congratulations! See you at the wedding.” They honeymooned in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, staying at the Tower Isle Couples Resort. They “[were] SO excited!” That night Adam prayed.
Adam is 25 years old and graduated May 2008 with a degree in Finance. He works in the accounting department of a law firm in Marietta. Rebekah is 21 years old and is a student graduating May 2009 with a degree in Biology. They enjoy spending time with their friends and families, watching college football and basketball, and their dog Collin.
After 4 months of marriage, Adam’s attention went elsewhere, slowly disappearing from life. Rebekah, keen on drawing large cartoon eyes, felt this was the perfect opportunity to employ such eyes in notices she posted around the neighborhood. On July 28, 2009, one Jimmy Chen, a “residential ex-patriat,” came across these pictures and posted a story concerning these matters on Htmlgiant, a website aimed at reuniting married couples, to make a point on how lush reality is (wait 0:38 seconds), and how it can/should inform “fiction,” which is really just persuasive non-fiction. He also feels more online journals should publish stories with contextual hyperlinks. He also feels for lumps 0:01 nanoseconds after he coughs. Thank you for believing in fiction.