All Tied Up Chapter 1"Alright everyone! Listen up!" Shouted Buck to his team. "To be a good fighter, you have a be an extremely flexible one! Take me for example!" Buck began twisting his torso without any extremities as though it were made of rubber, and Buck did not show any sign of pain or discomfort.All Tied Up Chapter 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Steve's jaw dropped in amazement. "You're not really expecting us to twist that far, are you?" Steve asked sheepishly. "If I wasn't, would I be demonstrating this to you?" Scoffed Buck as he gestured to his torso which was still twisted. "Buck, this is insane!" Shouted Zippy. "Our bodies can't twist are far as yours! We're not weasels like you! We're not as flexible!" "Not yet you're not!" Said Buck as he continued demonstrating his limitless flexibility. "But with some training, along with some yoga, you'll be just a flexible as I am!"
Suddenly for a brief moment, Buck let out a choking cough. He looked down and saw that his torso had been tied into a knot. Steve's jaw dropped even lower. "Did what I thin
All Tied Up Chapter 2"Does my knot look kinda swollen to you?" Buck asked Dickie. "I'm already starting to feel it throbbing." Dickie bent over to observe the knot in Buck's torso. "It looks a lot swollen." Dickie answered. "How am I going to explain this to my fans?" Buck asked as his ears began to droop. "If anyone finds out that I'm tied in a knot I can't untie, I'll be the laughing stock of the Dino World!"All Tied Up Chapter 25 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Maybe not " Dickie added encouragingly. "Maybe it could become new fashion statement, like King Kamealoha's pineapple crown. Everyone will want a knot in their torso." "Yeah, that's what I thought about the Double Eyepatch." Buck murmured. "That was different!" Dickie added. "No was able to see so well with two leaves covering their eyes."
"Well, for know, let's just lay low." Buck said as he straightened his back. "Hopefully I'll be free of this knot before anyone notices." Suddenly, a pteranodon began soaring in the periphery of Buck's field of vision. Buck focused carefully on the pterosaur