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Both dead girls and ghosts already have your number. But a dead girl won’t call you. A ghost doesn’t have to call.
The ghost is soul lingerie. You can see right through her. She slips through your fingers.
The dead girl is all bawdy. A dead girl is real. Heavy. Sooner or later, no matter how strong you are, your arms will tire, and you will have to let go. And the dead girl will say, I told you so.
You have to try hard, work harder, scrub and pray and do all sorts of things to get rid of a ghost (depending on, of course, who she is and why she’s there).
Dead girls leave you. They’ve already left. Dead girls are past tense. You had good times. You made time. The time of your life. Once upon a time.
Ghosts are timeless. A ghost can be right here right now. But with dead girls, the biological clock is always ticking.
Science may try and assert that there’s no such thing as ghosts. That may be true. However, sooner or later, half of the global population will be dead girls. Or already is.
The most important difference between dead girls and ghosts — perhaps the only one you need to know — is this: The dead girl still has a heart.
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