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Flash in the Pan: Egress

He wanted her out, it was a daily habit for him to scream it at her. Let her try to leave him and the beatings began. She was desperate to get away from him. Hope dwindled from her very soul as she to think that she was never going to get out alive.

She was confused did he want her to egress or did he want her to stay with him forever. No matter, she knew what she had to do. Once dinner was served tonight he’d never lay a hand on her again.

Are they dating, married or father and daughter? Why will her problems be over after dinner is served?

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