closets. by Julio Alexi Genao



This one has been on my to-read shelf for a while, and after wondering why it had such astounding reviews (4.49 avg.), I decided to stop being a little shit and read it.

This entire short story was written WITHOUT ANY UPPERCASE LETTERS… and that killed me. Grammar has the ability to make or break a story for me just as much as the plot and characters. But by about half way through, I didn’t mind anymore. Genao made me forget about all of that, because all I cared about was listening to all of this sweet talk about a very delicious sex burrito (apparently).

This was in no way a complex story. It was simple. Short. Sweet. And completely perfect. I loved it. 5 Stars from me.


Plus, he called him his sex burrito. Who doesn’t love burritos?

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