paradoxtrail jogged in frostparadox22 hours ago in Haiku & Eastern More Like This
seemed shorter then, but look!
Got a Thing For Rabbits?Brandon was always something of a shut-in. He preferred the company of fictional characters to real people, as they were usually not only more interesting, but more fun to be around. After school, he would come straight home, and do whatever chores and homework needed to be done first, so he could dive straight into his massive collection of movies, TV shows, video games, and comics for several hours every night.Got a Thing For Rabbits?19 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
There was one movie, though, that he kept coming back to over and over again, and that he didn’t think would ever get old. That was Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Brandon had first seen it when he was six or seven years old, and now, on the threshold of his freshman year in high school, it was still as fun as ever.
Brandon’s love of the movie came from a deep longing. When asked, he’d simply say, in the interests of not coming off as weird, that he liked the technological artistry involved in so seamlessly combining real life and cartoons in the same screen,