The happy home - Crazy Pen Hallucinating

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The happy home of a young woman with long hair and a smiling face is now your home...

A young boy's home for young ladies and gentlemen and a small child-rearing colony in a quaint village of one of Asia's most remote parts. The land is not quite fertile, but it is very beautiful, with fine beaches, and an abundance of animals and birds, which are very delightful.

A town for all ladies, and men only, on land where all other things have been destroyed and left behind. The towns are full of men, but they often have very young women, and they dress so well that nothing will be seen but old and beautiful women. This is as beautiful as London, even though the people who lived there are very poor and stupid.

The poor women are always working in some branch of the factory, and this is very bad. Women and children are very old people, and they don't work very hard, but they work hard till all is ripe and they all have good clothes and they enjoy the best entertainment you can eat in the day.

The streets are paved with red grass, but they are quite miserable. Most of the inhabitants are extremely busy and it is only fair that they get some education after their childhood, and some are given a good medical treatment, but it is very difficult to get to these places where everybody knows and who should know everything before they come to you.

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