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Posted: May 30th, 2020, 12:31pm Report to Moderator

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The Sex Shop Story by Thom Goddard - Play, Comedy - A comedy about sales, shopping and sex. 7 pages - pdf format

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Posted: June 6th, 2020, 11:37am Report to Moderator
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Yo, Thom,

This is the very first play that I have ever read. And it was fun. The liberty you gave at the very beginning of the play regarding the cast and the location made it very pocket-friendly and easy for any potential play-seeker to adjust as per their wish.

The ending was pretty funny so to speak since this a comedy play(duh). I have to admit that the red big thing that the last customer bought, pictured something different in my mind, which I think you could find in the shop. But nonetheless, the actual red thing also played very well and made me laugh. I wondered what the customer will do with it? Not sure how it would really help the customer in his/her bad time? Lol.

Anyways, a really nice play.

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