13 Ways of Looking at a Fat Girl - Chapter Four: If That’s All There Is Summary & Analysis

Mona Awad
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Achibald is Elizabeth’s coworker. One day he casually approaches and hands her a piece of paper containing a standing offer for oral sex. He tells her that he is quite gifted, so it would be worth her while despite the army of boyfriends he’s sure she has. The next day she suggests they go for coffee and Archibald jumps on the idea. He waits until she is off work and they get into a cab where Archibald immediately begins removing her shirt, insisting the driver won’t care. Telling the driver to just drive in circles, he disappears between her legs and she tries to maintain a neutral expression as he tries to fulfill his promise of an amazing experience. After seven minutes, acutely aware of how public their situation is, Elizabeth finally fakes an...

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