Joker Diaries Entry 1
Today my mummy came to me in a dream. She had belts and braces and there was paint all over her face. She looked like a clown cause her nose as busted and bleeding. She told me, she said, "Son, your a bloody disgrace and an abortion of the world. Still, you always make me smile." Then she was gone...
FUnny dreams. I don't dream. ALl those others, they dream of who and what has been and gone. They dream of the future. If I were to dream, everyone would be laughing as I beat Harley with an accordion. It might even be fondly recalling when Barbara Gordon was shot in the spine, or that time we had Bats in the Asylum. Aaaaah, those were the days.
Today I am here at Arkham, the Asylum I sometimes call home. This cell needs a welcome mat. They always put me here, and there is always a Joker card on the mattress. Good old Gotham City! OH, how sad my life would be without you people! All I want to do is make you smiiiiiiiilee!! Smile and laugh until you die. It's sim
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It was the home stretch of the Random Roster Race. Vanellope von Schweetz was in the lead.
Taffyta Muttonfudge was several lengths behind her, leaning forward intently as she tried to catch up. Later, she would blame her second-place position on Vanellope's glitching, but only in jest and only to avoid admitting that the President had gotten the better of her. They all knew Vanellope rarely glitched in their after-hours races and never in the RRR; after all, she knew all too well what it felt like to be shut out, and would never risk bumping a racer who might have otherwise made the top nine out through her ability.
She was such a good girl.
Vanellope's win was all but assured, but the watcher half-hidden behind the stands bearing her name fidgeted with tension until the wildly glittery Candy Kart flashed across the finish line, Pink Lightning seconds behind. The stands erupted with cheers as each racer came in and he smiled, still fidgeting slightly as he watched the kids leap