Literally Reruns – The Amalgamated Union of Pennames and Imaginary Friends by Leila Allison

A regular contributor to the site Dave Henson has had a root through the back rooms and come up with this gem from Leila Allison. This is what he said:

The Amalgamated Union of Pennames and Imaginary Friends was Leila Allison’s first piece on Literally Stories. It foreshadowed the witty insights and observational humor LS readers are still enjoying, often in stories that can bring a tear as well as a chuckle. And who doesn’t like an origin story? (I think Irene would enjoy seeing it again, too.)

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The Amalgamated Union of Pennames and Imaginary Friends 

3 thoughts on “Literally Reruns – The Amalgamated Union of Pennames and Imaginary Friends by Leila Allison

  1. Hi Dave,
    Thanks for the suggestion, it is a cracker.
    This was where it all started with Leila, I wonder how she looks at it??
    Hah! I’m sure she will tell us!!
    It is so interesting looking at writers early (?) work and we can all learn so much from it, especially when we go on the writers journey and question our own!
    Hugh.

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  2. My emoji donkey looks like a mule. I now know more than ever, since somebody opened a microbrewery NEXT door to my place. All the world’s secrets are over there, right between the old time pinball machines and the kegs o goodness. As you can plainly tell, I enjoy posting after three pints… especially when I have nothing to say. Let’s conclude with an emoji beer 🐝…not bee damn it, I said 🍺🍻. No pints, but I brought enuff for everybody.🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🐴🐝🐝🍻🍻

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