50 Ways to Annoy G. Grievous50 WAYS TO ANNOY GENERAL GRIEVOUS50 Ways to Annoy G. Grievous4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
1. Follow him for about 5 minutes, then randomly scream "GENERAL GRIEVOUS!" and hide before his turns around. Repeat until he finds you.
2. Decorate his cape with white frills and flowers. When he questions you about it, tell him you thought he was getting married.
3. Scribble all over the outside and inside of his ship.
4. Follow General Grievous around in his spaceship and frequently ask where the bathroom is.
5. Ask him if he smokes.
6. Constantly ask him if he needs a hug.
7. Throw rocks at him. When he turns around and questions you, pretend you have no idea what he's talking about.
8. Tell him Obi Wan has a crush on him.
9.Steal his lightsabers when he's not looking and replace them with celery stalks.
10. Whenever he walks past you, randomly break out in song.
11. When Grievous is having a battle with Obi Wan or any other Jedi, watch him and criticize him on everything he does. Ex: "Grievous, you're supposed to slash UP, not down!" "Grievous, yo
What Are the Odds? (You're a Lucky Boy)What Are the Odds? (You're a Lucky Boy)2 months ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Aira-ty walked down the sanitized corridor on the Kaminioan city, looking out at the wind driven rain as it buffeted Tipoca City. She hated this planet. It rained too much, like it was always crying. Still, as a place to raise her son Boba with Jango it wasn't too bad...and they never lacked for anything, save perhaps friends for Boba...not that Jango seemed to feel that Boba needed them. He was so intent on their son's training that Aira-ty sometimes felt that Jango forgot that Boba was her child too. Looking back from the endless rain she turned her attention back to the corridor as she came around a corner. She frowned and stopped, her sensitive ears picking up what sounded like the sniffles of a child.
Was that Boba? Her eyes narrowed as she followed the sound. If one of the Cuy'val Dar had hurt her son again she was going to thrash the responsible party within a millimeter of their life! She'd promised Jango she wouldn't kill any of his hundred man team while here, but that didn't
That Fateful Night [Part1]'That night... That accident... What happened that night? What was that thing? I only saw it for a second, a black blur in the night, then the next thing I knew I was on the hospital bed with Joseph by my side, a huge wound on the side of my body. I was stuck in the hospital for two weeks, but now I'm fine... but what was with that thing? The thought of what did that to me...it scares me. What in the world could've done that?'That Fateful Night [Part1]2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
PHASE 0: THE DAY BEFORE
Kevin ran these words through his head, looking down at the ground, idly sipping on his can of coke. The voice of his best friend and next door neighbour, Joseph, droning on about this one girl he just met during his run to the nearby convenience store, was blocked out by the repeating sounds of his screaming that night. He couldn't stop thinking about what had happened.
"You think I should call her yet?" Joseph asked. He punched Kevin's arm when he wasn't getting an answer. "Hello? Kev? You listening?"
"Huh?" Kevin shook his he
Death To The JediDeath To The Jedi2 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
The order is given.
Death to the Jedi.
Death to the good.
Death to the light side of the force.
And now the force is singing,
With the cries of crying children,
Younglings unable to control their thoughts.
And pain falls as the silence grows.
The force is now silent.
Not a whisper or murmur.
Not a cry or a yell.
No sign it's been used.
Just a silence of a dead race.
Comedians In The SkyComedians In The Sky2 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
You're a bad example of everything British.
Someone American upsets the boss,
But it's you who gets the loss.
Carry on soldier.
I'm not against you got it?
I play by all the same rules,
But that goes with passport.
But you've really made me angry.
Because you died
You stand with pride.
Then you wish you never died.
Like all Brits you go to heaven,
Because Brits don't have to try.
Others wonder why,
But it's a simple fact
No matter if you're choked
Fried or eaten alive.
Dead in space with no air supply.
You're not going to hell alright?
So I'll throw you off a hill,
Give you poisoned toast with dill,
No regrets because I won't miss you when you're dead.
You might threaten to come back,
But that's not British that's a fact.
Because you'll be replaced just like that.
On the Death Star it's a hazard.
There are thousands just like you.
Disposable Brits ready like you.
And then you fail your orders
Sith Lord Vader kills you off,
Force chokes you as you're so wrong.
Never Again"Believe it or not, she used to smile." Rex told the young man. He was talking about a the sad looking Togruta, sitting in the corner of the small shop on Tatooine.Never Again4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Heard she used to be a Jedi back in the day. That's why I'm here. I was hoping to talk her about well about my father." The young man liked to get right to the point. If he was going to bulid the new Jedi Order, he would need help.
"What's your name?"
"My name is Luke Skywalker. I am Anakin Skywalker's son."
"Alright, you can give it a try, but you should know she doesn't talk much anymore." Rex was a little hesident. He had heard rumors about Anakin having a child, but that's all he had ever thought they were. Just rumors. But there was something about this young man, that reminded him of Skywalker, even though it was such a long time ago.
"Thank you." Luke said in return. Rex watched as he started talking to the girl. He heard mention of Anakin. The girl smiled slightly. Her eyes were filled with saddness and fear.
Star Wars StuffI'll start with Jar Jar Binks. By far the worst and most retarded character in the history of movies. I'm sure he was supposed to be that way though. But it's because of him and all the gungans that Episode 1 was the worst episode in the saga. Episode 1 would have been much better without all of them.Star Wars Stuff7 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Something about Episode 4: Why would the Imperials make a hole leading to the one thing that can wipe out the Death Star? Plus why would they make a trench leading right to it? And to top it off, couldn't you just put a piece of cardboard on the hole or something?
Another thing in Episode 4: If these Stormtroopers are like the best in the galaxy, then why would they lose to a farmboy, a smuggler, a pampered princess and a walking carpet? How hard is it to shoot a walking carpet?
In Episode 6 as the Alliance attacks the Death Star again they find out it's a trap and there's no where to go. But who says that they had to leave in the direction where the Star Destroyers were? Sure the Death S
hollywood whore by papa roachhollywood whore by papa roach5 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Passed out on the floor
I'm sorry but the party's over
And trendy clothes
Gotta send her to rehab
She found out, she's got no soul
But it really doesn't bother her
White trash queen
Oh, what a role model
Throwin a fit, makin a scene
Like no tomorrow
Passed out on the floor
Can't take it no more
I'm sorry, but the party's over
The talk of the town
Is she's going down
I'm sorry but the party's over now
Awake by noon, drunk by four
Sucked up in the show biz
You're so lame, you're such a bore
I wanna kick your teeth in
Plastic smile to match your style
We can tell ya got a face lift
You're so vain, oh so foul
Become a number one hit
Passed out on the floor
Can't take it no more
I'm sorry, but the party's over
The talk of the town
Is she's going down
I'm sorry but the party's over
The cameras are gone
And nobody screams
She couldn't survive her fifteen minutes of fame
Her friends are all gone
She's going insane
Ten Quick Tips to Write Prose1.) Ideas. Use imagination and experience.Ten Quick Tips to Write Prose3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
2.) Find ideas. Use the five senses: touch, taste, see, smell, hear. Maybe mix 'em up. Color smells like ___?
3.) The five 'w's. Use who, what, when, where and why. They're usually good to know.
4.) Story elements. Use setting, rising action, conflict, falling action and resolution. Often needed, whatever the order.
5.) Action. Use active verb forms, action settings and active characters. They're more fun for writers and readers.
6.) Description. Describe in small doses through action and observation. Readers like it. They can use imagination.
7.) Plot. Use items listed above. Outlines are okay. No outlines are okay. Find the story.
8.) Experiment. Try something new. Stories can be great "outside the box" and outside "comfort zones."
9.) Edit. Check sentence structure, grammar, spelling, flow and format. Always.
10.) Publish. Use "The Writer's Market" or "Writer's Digest" to learn "How To Publish." Don't stop trying.
Master Plan: Rewritten: Chapter 1Chapter 1: RewrittenMaster Plan: Rewritten: Chapter 11 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Focus on the notes.
It must've been the thrill of the stage, or the booming voice of the announcer. Or maybe it was the sweat trickling down the side of my neck or even my pounding heart. All I could focus on was the fact that the entire world was going to be watching me and if I screwed up, the entire world would hear me.
My hands were trembling as I pressed each and every key down a little too hard, earning an unnecessary forte from each note. I saw a blur of white-and-purple hair and blazing green eyes and a feeling of dread settled deep in my stomach. I felt that gaze of death drag away from my frame and the notes next to me become increasingly louder, and I realized Lisa had taken over while I stumbled over every note. To cover for my clumsy mistakes, I hung my head and took a deep breath before playing an oriental-like tune in unison with Lisa, finally doing something right and the performance only just began.
"So hot, out the box..."
I felt shivers ro
80 things learned from TolkienPretty, shiny things are hazardous to your health.80 things learned from Tolkien5 years ago in Humor More Like This
This is because the Law of Attraction is multiplied 100x once you look at them
Hobbits state the overly obvious
Chocolate is nonexistent in Middle-Earth.
Arwen stole Glorfindel's horse.
Beer and Tobacco seem to have a beneficial effect on hobbits
Never make fires in questionable caves
Kick a troll, and your foot will break
Elvish accents are low and whispery
Never sleep in a boat if your Dad is a Pyromaniac
Don't give twins the exact same name
Imitating voices can come in handy
Running at your brother with a sword and shouting at him in old-fashioned language will get you a big time-out
Really, really big dogs are very useful
Being good at riddles can save your life
Giant spiders freak out elves big-time
Elrond should have pushed Isildur into the crack of doom
Sauron once got pwned by a girl
If you insult any of Tùrin's female relatives, you will find yourself impaled on a rock at the bottom of a raging river.
Speaking of w
Body - HairIt was an incredibly strange realization, Jim thought; out of the blue, unprovoked. He hadn't even been thinking about the subject, but it had come up, tacked itself to his mental cork board, and was now flailing around in his thoughts like a pinned animal (which proved to be incredibly distracting).Body - Hair4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
He'd noticed it before, or so he told himself, but never got around to asking. But here he was again, and it was gnawing at him to the point he wasn't even listening to the older Spock talking anymore. In fact, he'd probably been to preoccupied with his current train of thought to have taken in the last half hour of information about Vulcan II. This proved even more so, when he and a large, metallic drill's paneled side made quite a friendly meeting of face-on-Titanium Alloy. He guessed it was rather comical, hearing a dull 'thung' and metal thrumming, followed by a short string of curses and a body hitting the sand. Scotty found it absolutely hilarious, but he was the only appreciative au
Like Tears in the RainAll those times we've shared,Like Tears in the Rain1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
All those moments, good and bad,
Even these very words,
Will eventually be lost in time,
Like tears in the rain.
LifelineI hate how I look;Lifeline1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
The bags beneath my eyes.
I hate who I am;
The endless torrent of lies.
Sometimes I do things I know I shouldn't
And I don't do things I know I should,
Only that I could and would,
Because that's how people work.
Everyone has motives
And nobody is selfless
In this world that doesn't want
Everyone's gonna die
And I'm not gonna lie;
Sometimes that thought is the only thing
That gets me through the day.
I miss my old razor blade;
Scissors don't go deep enough
This red isn't my favorite shade;
I like it purer,
Then I could be surer
That I'm a threat to myself.
I'm trying to cut down,
As apposed to cutting everything else,
But I doubt I'll ever stop
Because every slash,
Every bloody drop,
The whole crimson rash,
I'm still alive
And I am
Contest EntryContest Entry4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Are you kidding me?!" Rex gaped at his men staring blankly at him.
They looked at one another then shrugged.
"Oh that's it.. you guys are going to watch a movie." Rex grumbled and dragged them to the movie theater.
"What movie we watching?" Fives asked curiously.
Rex grinned," Eclipse."
" sounds interesting." Fives said after a moment.
After fights about who would pay for the tickets the clones bustled into the theater lobby. The refreshment sellers started at them, twelve armored men wasn't a everyday thing.
Rex walked up, money out," Twelve medium popcorns please."
"Large!" Coric rumbled.
Rex rolled his eyes," Fine. ELEVEN medium and one large."
The women closed her opened mouth and typed that into the register," Butter?"
Rex nodded and waited as the 3 workers scurried to make twelve popcorns. The price flashed up on the register.
"FIFTY SEVEN BUCKS?!" Rex's eyes bulged slightly.
"You haven't even bought us drinks yet~" Boro sang.
StarsWritten under the starsStars1 year ago in Concrete Poetry More Like This
I wrote my vows to you
That no matter if we ventured far
We would do what we'd have to do
I kissed you goodbye
Tears staining my lips
And I kept wondering why
I would have to leave this
Thousands of miles away from you
I sat there all alone
Not knowing what to do
Felt like I was lost, left to fight on my own
But then I looked up at the stars
Saw them looking back at me
And although the distance between us was far
I knew under the stars was where you'd be
You asked what I would miss when I went away
I told you the stars and you
And you told me that I was your day
And that you were my moon
And if I had the choice
To choose between having you and the stars
I would use every breath, until I had no voice
To be where you are
Death Battle: Starkiller vs. Shadow - The FightDeath Battle: Starkiller vs. Shadow - The Fight9 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
Edge: Last time on DEATH BATTLE, we dived into the strengths and weaknesses of two of the most powerful bio-engineered weapons in video gaming history—Galen Marek, the Starkiller: Sith-turned-Jedi apprentice of Darth Vader, who rose up against his Sith upbringing to attempt to save the galaxy from the Sith’s absolute rule.
Deadpool: And Shadow the Hedgehog: the spiky-haired Ultimate Lifeform with an attitude, who defeated his own FATHER and his alien army, the Black Arms, with the power of Chaos Energy!
The Gentleman: We have taken a look at all the arguments for either side and discussed the scenario to ourselves, and it is time to end this debate once and for all.
Edge: In the immortal words... of Boomstick himself...
All three: IT’S TIME FOR A DEATH BATTLE!!!
. . .
Kamino Research Facility...
“Don’t let him esca-AH!”
An endless sea of fallen stormtroopers cluttered the hallways and chambers of Kamino’s research lab and facility, the l
I'm Just SorryCan't tell why you're still here.I'm Just Sorry8 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
I only bring out your deep fear.
Constantly near panic attack.
Focusing on what you lack.
So afraid that I'll go away.
Why do you want me to stay?
You deserve more than me.
Really, what do you see?
Trying to be better for you.
I don't know what I can do.
I'll try whatever I can.
I'm just sorry for who I am.
Star Wars: Mel'Anctha OmoroseStar Wars: Mel'Anctha Omorose4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Our time has come. For three hundred years, we prepared. We grew stronger while you rested in your cradle of power, believing your people were safe and protected. You were trusted to lead the Republic but you were deceived, as our powers of the dark side have blinded you. You assumed no force could challenge you and now finally, we have returned. You were deceived. And now your Republic shall fall."
"Following the Jedi Civil War, three-hundred years ago, the Council took it upon themselves to see that all remaining traces of the Sith were properly dealt with. Times were dire. The Republic was war torn and had undergone dramatic changes. The death toll, was catastrophic. Many Jedi aided in rebuilding and seeing to those that were in need. As such, not many JedI could be spared to ensure that the Sith did not r
Mother's Eyes (Star Wars)For as long as Ben could remember, his mother was always by his side. He could never have imagined what life would be like without her. But now she was gone, and all he had were memories of her, fourteen years of memories that were now so precious. There was a particular one that Ben knew he would never forget, a memory from a time before Jacen came into his life, before everything started to go wrongMother's Eyes (Star Wars)3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
"Mom!" Ben asked, "Who do you love most in the galaxy?"
Mara smiled, gazing at his face.
"Zonama Sekot? The stars? The Emperor?" Ben asked again.
Mara hugged him tightly, her hand stroking his hair, and whispered softly, "I like my little rascal the most, of course."
Pleased, Ben gazed into his mother's eyes; he was startled to see a miniature Ben inside her green eyes staring back.
Ben asked his mother, "Your eyes have me in them, doesn't it hurt?" Mara just laughed.
Later on, whenever Mara hugged Ben, he often observed her bright eyes.
When he cried, her eyes had a weeping Ben
Chronicles Of Ahsoka Chapter 3"Gotta sit down" she thought "just for a minute"Chronicles Of Ahsoka Chapter 36 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ahsoka found an old rusty bench on the side of the road she was on. It creaked as she sat down, but i didnt matter, her feet were too tired to care. she glanced up and watch as person after person passed by.
It took a moment, but she realized that this was the same bench she sat on years ago. It was almost poetic that she would return to this place. It was a day she could never forget, her fight with that assassin, when she met Kevin.
She reached deep into her pocket and pulled out an object in her hand. She opened up her hand and stared down at the ring Kevin gave to her, just hours before his death. She brushed off the dust off the shinning blue stone before gripping her hand back into a fist and slumped her head down.
"In breaking news,"
Ahsoka lifted her head and saw the screen across the street from her. It was the holo net news, with its normal anchorman sitting behind a clear desk covered with
Why Wally's not allowed to have a cape"Hey Rob, can I borrow your cape?"Why Wally's not allowed to have a cape2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The raven haired boy looked up from his holographic computer to see his best friend.
"Why do you want to do that? I thought it gets in the your way when you run." With one eyebrow raised he looked at his friend suspiciously. Wally always made fun of his cape, saying that it smelled weird (don't ask) and how it's going to get caught on something and make him a living piñata.
"Well yea, but who said anything about running with it?"
" Touché." He took off his cape and handed it to the read headed boy, who happily put it on. "So what are you going to do with it?"
With one hand Wally pulled his goggles down so you can barely see his bright green eyes, and with the other he pulled up the cape up right below the goggles. He narrowed his eyes into a glare, and with a low voice he said "I'm Batman."
Robin couldn't help but laugh. It was the best/funniest imitation of the Dark Knight he had ever seen. He then stopped and stared, a smirk forming o