The Harmione KissThe Harmione Kiss2 years ago in Sketches More Like This
There once was a wizard named Harry
He went as red as a cherry
When Hermione gave him a kiss
That made him go into utter bliss
Let's just say he was happier than a berry.
-radium--radium-4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"The waste's gonna eat you up."
Veronica's hood slid back over her head as she was pushed gently against the wall, and Cass roughly ran a hand over her chin, a sly smile her on face, a hint of whiskey on her breath. "But that's all right. I can protect you. Wouldn't want anything hurting your pretty little ass, now would we?"
Veronica offered her a smile despite her reddening cheeks. "Guess I'll hold you to that, if you can even remember you said it later on."
Cassidy smirked, leaning in closer, her lips just moments from the other woman's. "I'm not that drunk, baby."
Veronica was used to fighting, to combat. They all were. But it was nothing compared to the war going on now for Hoover Dam.
The Courier had almost reached the Legate's camp; he had most of his companions and a Securitron army at his beck and call, so in their minds there was little to worry about, considering the circumstances. He'd had Veronica and Cass remain behind to keep track of the NCR movements, and pr
"Puss-in-Boots" CommentaryCommentary and Analysis of Puss-in-Boots from Angela Carters The Bloody Chamber"Puss-in-Boots" Commentary6 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
While at first it seems slightly strange having a story for adults told by a cat, it is this voice in Puss-in-Boots that adds to the comedy of the tale. Carter shows us, through using Puss as the narrator, that he is the predominant character, despite being a cat, and despite the fact that the love quest central to the storys subject is between his owner and Signora Panteleone. Puss demands our attention by not only being the voice of the story, but also making it as if we are listening to this story as he is putting the pieces of it together in his head by including his thoughts and humour. This in a way adds humanity to the character of Puss, in that it makes him seem more human and so we can relate to him more. He is not just a pet that gets fed and purrs occasionally, it is Puss that would pilfer the market for breakfast [and] cast his eye over any hand of cards