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Fan fiction by sakura244 posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Sunday morning
Yami: habibi get up it's 11:00 clock
Yugi *mumbled * five zaidi min
Yami* smirked and leaned to yugis ear * : if wewe don't wake up I might do something soooo bad
Yugi * shot from the kitanda * : n-no yami I am up see???
Yami * chuckled * I see now aibou.. now let's get wewe bathed shall we?
Yugi;: sure Pharaoh { he smiles }

Yami: ohh aibou { he sang}
Yugi: yea?? ( yugi was blushing as yami was looking at him )
Yami: a little bit earlier wewe we're sooo baddd I want to punish wewe
Yugi (gulped and thought with the mind link opened ) ' my God no I can't believe it Yami is uigizaji so kinky these days '
Yami * chuckled and pinned yugi to the ukuta and kissed him )
Yugi « closed his eyes and let his other self kiss him »
Yami * broke the kiss and smirked * let's begin shall we?

Fan fiction by FanFic_Girl_26 posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Someone Put Money in the Jukebox

“Ninety-nine percent of the world’s lovers are not with their first choice. That’s what makes the jukebox play.”
~Willie Nelson

Sitting inayofuata to the jukebox in the diner, Yami Yugi smiled as the beginning notes of the song Don’t Rock the Jukebox began playing and Alan Jackson’s voice began singing.
He had to admit, the machine these mortals called a ‛jukebox’ was quite something to look at, as well as listen to. According to the entry on the jukebox on the website for Wikipedia that he came across while using his friend Yugi Moto’s laptop one day, the term jukebox “came into use around 1940, apparently derived from the familiar usage “juke joint”, derived from the Gullah word “juke” au “joog” meaning disorderly, rowdy, au wicked”.

One such jukebox Yami had heard about was the 1946 Wurlitzer Model 1015. It was referred to as the “1015 bubbler” and offered 24 selections. zaidi than 56,000 were sold in less than 2 years and it was considered a pop culture icon. It was also quite maarufu back in the 1950s, especially in diners and all sorts of...