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I Want to RecognizeThe Water Scares Me
I was overwhelmed by a sense of déjà vu. Haven't I been here before?
Massive trees and trunks surrounded the familiar park square. In the center, a simple small fountain rested. Whenever I glanced around to take in the rest of the park, my eyes kept returning to the fountain against my will, as if the water was pulling them.
I didn't like the water. That much I figured out from the way my eyes nervously strayed back to it a couple feet away. As I walked around it, I spotted a yellow fur ball the size of a baseball swimming on the surface.
At the sight, I gasped and reeled back, a hand to my mouth. I felt my memory rush
A meager endA young boy just outside of a city was playing in the woods. His family lived right at the edge, just before you entered downtown. They had a nice spread of land, a lake for fishing, and a few cows in the stable. They were humble, made their living by selling at the local farmer's market.
He was gleefully sprinting through the desolate forest, all the leaves were dead so the overall hue was dark, and brown. It created an ominous feeling, but the boy was immune to it. He kept frolicking like he was in a great plane of flowers. Behind him a plume of toxic smoke rocketed towards the ceiling of the planet. The boy felt a prick of heat hit the back of his legs, exposed by his bright orange shorts. He turned around, he had to shield his eyes from the piercing light invading his retinas He could only peer over his now raised arm, trying to decipher the situation.
A tear rolled down his face as he faced the realization of what lied before him. He knew little of atomic wa
Kids, do not...“I need something to drink...” Angie muttered.
She reached inside the nearby fridge and grabbed a beaker of purple fluid. Not caring what was in the beaker at the moment, she drank its contents.
Angie coughed from the resulting smoke that came from ingesting the fluid, only to find her...er, himself different. He was hairier than normal, his chest was flat, his hair was shorter, and he was wearing a pair of trousers instead of a skirt.
“Where’s the Director?!” she/he yelled in embarrassment. “One of the scientists put some sort of gender switching formula in the fridge!”
HunterHargreaves stood watching the greyness around him. His eyes wandered back and forth, watching for anything except the ghostly movements of the fog creeping along the ground.
The metal of his Directed Ionisation Cannon clinked as it cooled from the recent gunfire. Minutes earlier he'd felt like a fool firing it at nothing but rocks and bushes, but he needed to get their attention somehow.
He'd been waiting for them to find him for the past three days since he saw the dropship trail. Either the hunter they'd sent was taking a vacation in the swamps, or he was a god damn idiot who couldn't find his own ass with both hands, he considered, chuck
Out There “Higher, Spaceman, higher!” Chelsea yells to her father.
Daniel, better known to his daughter as Spaceman, pushes the swing and sends her view upwards towards the evening sky. The sun had just started setting, turning the sky into a mixture of vivid oranges and purples, giving a stunning backdrop for the city in the distance. That’s where Daniel worked most of the time: Out There Aeronautics Incorporated. Sure, the name was gimmicky, but the advances in science that they’ve made in the last century outweighed their unprofessional name. Cloaking devices, ion-based weaponry, and longevity vaccines were just a few of t
SUBJ: I meant it when I said I loved you.[INTRA-NETWORK TRANSMISSION NO. 23497]
SENDER | LT. RICKY CHANDLER
RECIPIENT | ENS. DREW HARRIS
It kind of hurts, in a way. Like there's this cracking sort of feeling inside, or like a rusty hinge that you try to move for the first time in forever. And I didn't recognize it at first, because for a long time I forgot what it was like to even feel love. There was just this big, empty hole where it should be. I felt broken, but it's different now. It's going to take me some time to figure this out, so I hope you won't be upset with me if I mess this up, because I don't really know what's going on, but I do know that I love you. Sorry, it's kind of hard to explain.
I guess the best way to put it would be this: there's a sad little town that has been frozen in this cruel winter for months and months... a village full of people who have just shuttered themselves up because they can't go outside in the freezing cold wind and snow and ice. Everythin
[Noah's Blog] Well, Shit...I say that because I started out the day all excited. We were near D.C., and it's the Fourth of July and I thought it would be awesome to go see the fireworks. I didn't realize we'd end up in a bar with hard liquor afterward.
A hick from a hick town, I hadn't ever really seen a *big* show before. I mean, we'd set off our own stuff in the driveway and gone to the next town for theirs once or twice, but that was about it. So I didn't even think when Mac and I were sitting there with Jo and Red about suggesting that we go. There was a hitch in Jo's expression when she looked at Mac, but he just smiled a little and shrugged and agreed that it mi
—¡Sigue corriendo, no pares! —Gritaba una mujer a un niño, de unos seis años, con el cabello negro y liso, que estaba cansado de correr.
—¡Sigue corriendo! ¡Por favor Yami, hazlo, necesitamos salir de aquí lo antes posible!
Las dos personas corrían desesperadamente, huían de varios soldados que les estaban persiguiendo por razones que hasta ellos mismos desconocían, la mujer, como iba armada con una katana muy larga, casi tan larga como ella, tropezaba a veces contra las piedras en el camino y su katana se quedaba atascada
JialungJialung (Aigialosaurus jialunosaurus)
In a world dominated by dinosaurs there existed a group of lizard-like reptiles, called aigialosaurs. In our world those modest reptiles eventually went to the sea and became the mosasaurs, the greatest and the last of all the marine reptiles. In a world where dinosaurs did not exist, these reptiles also went to the sea, but in far lesser numbers, and of them all, jialung was probably the biggest.
By the standards of prehistoric reptiles, jialung was an average-sized reptile, about 9 meters long, and was shaped more like a prehistoric whale or a snake than a lizard. It did have four flippers that it use
Justice2420 - 01(Kor)-
EJ는 바람을 가르면서 높게 날고 있었다. 강철로 된 육체는 조그마한 새들처럼 자유롭게 움직일 수는 없었지만 전투형 안드로이드로서의 모든 비행 기능은 거의 다 갖추고 있었다. 푸른 빛을 띠는 금속으로 만들어진 몸이 완벽한 인간처럼 자연스럽게 움츠러든다. 이질적인 외형의 감촉만 아니라면, 그
Bermuda Triangle Heists: Stinger Discusses #2Bermuda Triangle Heists
Yo, it's me again, Stinger. Welcome back to the show. I'll admit, it's been a long time since we've seen each other. No doubt though, we are a rather popular series. Let me explain why:
1) Unlike Corona Core, we know about the shit we talk about. There is no opinionated or exaggerations going on in our episodes. We have all the deets to every heist, robbery, burglary, and grand theft out there.
2) Unlike Life as a Princess, we don't post all the freaking time. When we do release a new episode, you are all grateful, not fed up like Yaleia's fanbase.
3) Unlike Tetra's Log and Forest Clans, we are never getting cancelled
the Vets companion Part 3 Once in Brians' house, The Vet's curiosity kicked in, and she walked over to the fish tank that sat on a podium.
" Hello Jerry!"
The Vet greeted the fish enthusiastcally.
" Her names Shelly. "
" No, her name is Jerry. I speak fish! "
Brian face palmed and walked away. He walked into the kitchen, the Vet close behind. Brian's mother was cooking something and saw them before Brian could push the Vet out of the room.
"Mom! You're home early."
Brian greeted surprised,
"Yes! I decided to come home early. Who is this?"
She asked, her eyes wondering over to the Vet.
"SABRINA! Her name's Sabrina."
Brian cut the Vet off before she could say anything,
"She's... helping with a project."
Brian's mother lo
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Gavin's phone was ringing. The tiger anthro picked it up.
"DL? It's Sinzu."
"Oh, hey man. What's up?"
"I just finished something. I'll give you the details later, but could you swing by my lab?"
"All right! See ya then."
Gavin figured his friend had just finished another transformation-inducing thing. Of course, he went along with it anyways. In a few minutes he was at Sinzu's lab, which was in reality an abandoned warehouse that had been modified for his mad scientist tendencies.
"Ah, you're here, cool. I just finished this thi
Armies, Experiments, and Zombies“Shit!” David swore as the piece of metal sliced through his finger. His first instinct was to stick it in his mouth to stop the pain, but seeing as his hands were currently covered in mechanical grease that probably wasn’t the best idea. Instead he grimaced and, tearing off a bit of cloth with his teeth, wrapped the cut and continued working.
The room around him was filled with the hum of power tools and machinery, a hum that was pretty rare to hear these days, what with the power reserves quickly dwindling. Since the larger corporations fell nobody had been around to sell power, definitely not in large amounts or at a rea
Batman: Gotham Knights (fake game trailer script)In the Iceberg Lounge, several thugs are beating up a hostage. His screams of pain fill the room, but he can't be seen. The thugs use fists, clubs, and stun batons.
Penguin: (OS) ENOUGH!
Penguin waddles in
Penguin: He's ready to talk.
Penguin sits in a opulent chair opposite his prisoner.
Penguin: It's been a while since you've been my guest....
The camera turns to show us the battered face of Dr. Joseph Kane
Penguin: Doctor Kane...last time you were here, you were a shrimp. *stands* And here you are, *walks around Joseph* All grown up and back in this position. Now, if you didn't publicly insult me....
Joseph: Insult? All I did was s
Whut.+++Starat Up Completed+++
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY You mean "start up" surely
+++USER ERROR: Designation not recognsised+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: Error Report
+++ERROR REPORT 21031887: Don't call me shirley.+++
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY: What?
+++ERRONEOUS INPUT PARAMETERS. Use command "halp" for assistance.+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: Halp
+++ERROR 404: User literacy not found+++
~USER INPUT~ COMMAND: help
+++Welcome to Halp. How can I halp you today?+++
~USER INPUT~ USER QUERY: Total system purge.
SoupIts passage is marked by a grotesque concert, composed and performed by accursed flesh. It is a demented chorus of little noises that churns the stomach and agitates the nerves. Dry clicks, as a forest of bone labours at its joints, keep the sporadic beat with each twist and shift of its serpentine form. Wet grinding forms a constant dull bass as it slides its moist self over grit and filth. A cacophony of sharp pops punctuates the air as its ragged, membreanous skin tears with each laborious flex. Sickly slaps clap and applaud its own corrupt performance as its sloshes and churns within its interior murk. This foul music ripples back and for
A ShortSomething stirred above him, rustling amongst the leaves as it did so. He hoped it was a bird but zipped up his coat nonetheless. Angry tree weasels were fast, if somewhat unpleasant, teachers. He turned his attention back to the patch of earth. Hed planted the seed just deep enough, now all was left was to wait. This wasnt an ordinary plant he was cultivating, only one time before had such a thing been grown. The reference material wasnt exactly specific about times. He could be here for days before he saw anything.
The earth puckered, as if rising peck the cheek of an invisible, cherished confidant. The confidant fast bec
The First EpiphanicalThe First Epiphanical
It stirred, rising up from a dreamless slumber into the dull and barren plane of existence that constituted the real world. The only degree of separation between the two was that in one it felt desire, the will to carry out one process that drove the creature's entire existence. It felt hunger. The singular nature of this objective was one of the reasons that it and its kind thrived down here in the inhospitable depths that they may have called, were they able to do so, home. The key was a simple form of logic, the likes of which is often questioned and subsequently discredited in certain circles by certain sentient org
The TypewriterThe Typewriter
It began and ended with a word.
Not a particularly strong or powerful word, but a word that changed everything. It wasn't too long or difficult to spell. It wasn't uncommon either. In fact, it was a perfectly ordinary word, but, I suppose, its commonplace origin is what made it so special.
I loved that word.
But the word doesn't mean much without the story along with it and I was always one for telling good stories.
I ignored the call from the other room and remained seated. That tone wasn't unfamiliar. Taking a bite from my toast, I waited for him to call again. It wouldn't be more than ten—
"Sammy! Come q
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