Alfred Tipton's Reply To Henry Adam Wood

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Dear Henry,

Many thanks for your letter. It was with great pleasure that I learned of your imminent demise. As it happens, I was quite aware of your dalliance with my wife, although she assures me that the whole experience was entirely unsatisfactory. In fact, I should be grateful to you for imbuing dear Marjory with a new-found respect and appreciation for my own intimate abilities and superior appendages.

Nonetheless, I must admit that the shuffling off of your mortal coil shall bring me no small amount of joy, and if there is such a thing as an afterlife, I don't hesitate to wish you a perfectly horrid one.

Yours sincerely,

Alfred Tipton

PS. Marjory asks if you ever did get over your 'little problem'?




Created: Apr 02, 2014

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