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Legend of womascreek

Thy called the place womans creek,femist would meet there and plot and sceam.They would have lunches and dinners.And write how they'd undermind men.One day a group of fellows wondered where there woman were.One light handed gentlemen told folk where the woman were and what they were doing.So they asked the fair featured gentleman to disguise himself as a woman,and join the bunch of broads in the woods.He did just that,he changed his voice and joined them as miss lowdoer from posse town.This didn't fool the woman at all they caught on to him,they let him play his foolish role as as miss lowdoer,and when the tall lady with the lambskin jacket rose to talk,she winked at her sisters and they all pounced on him.They tied him up and took him to the steps of the grocery store,and left him there,with a sign on his back.The sign said,boys don't come to woman creek,and the next one will be handled!so the men left the woman alone,but they always wondered what the these woman were doing down by the creek,weekend and weekout.
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