Muscle Man

Guest Columnist: Mark Wilkins

Mark Wilkins is a follower of mine who is also a brilliant writer in his own right. Here is an example of his writing. It is from a book entitled: Slices of Life on Kindle.

     A husband and wife had been married for many years. The husband had long since passed his prime and rarely exercised. He still liked to think of himself as a handsome, well built man. One day, his wife touched his belly, which had expanded several inches over the years, and said “Flabby”.

The man took this statement to heart and resolved to do some-thing about it. He detested exercise. The next time he saw her hand move towards him he tensed his muscles. She didn’t say he was flabby. Over time, the man developed the habit of tensing up whenever his wife’s hand moved towards his body.

One day the wife decided to test her husband.  She moved her hand towards his shoulder, he tensed up. It was rock hard. She moved her hand towards his arm. He tensed up there too, she giggled. She moved her hand to the small of his back, he tensed up there too. She giggled again. Her hand gently roamed toward the back of his thigh. He tensed up there too. She laughed.

Then, with a twinkle in his eye, he said “How do you like your muscle man?”

“I wish the man I was feeling was the man I was married to.” She replied with a smirk.

From The Kindle Book: Slices of Life by Mark Wilkins:

http://www.amazon.com/Slices-Life-The-Prophet-ebook/dp/B014ZF5VY0/ref=pd_sim_351_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0YDBGV9BBW0Y7MY36GS7&dpID=51f0469L5UL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_UX300_PJku-sticker-v3%2CTopRight%2C0%2C-44_AC_UL160_SR100%2C160_

Copyright 2010 Love Force International Publishing Company. All Rights Reserved.

Find more examples from this book at http://www.prophetoflife.com

Or Google:  prophet of life exclusive

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