Skylanders: Messed Up Ep64Its Skylander pre-school :3Skylanders: Messed Up Ep641 year ago in Comedy More Like This
Sonic Boom: OK kids. We're going to the Skylander zoo. ^__^
Terrabite: I can't wait to see the sheep. They're my favorite animal.
Whisper Elf: I don't like sheep. They have big teeth.
Gill Runt: What's a sheep?
Trigger Snappy: Its a green thing with big teeth!
Terrabite: Nooo. Its a black thing with white cotton balls on its butt.
Gill Runt: Do they have wings?
Whisper Elf: YES! They have... one, two, green, purple, four!
Whisper Elf sticks up 6 fingers
Gill Runt: Wooow~.
Sonic Boom arrives with lunch bags
Sonic Boom: OK kids. Here are your sandwiches. ^____^
Trigger Snappy: Are there green paper in mine?!
Sonic Boom: Nooo. It has lettuce Trigger Snappy. There green leaves.
Trigger Snappy: I don't care. It looks like money!
Terrabite: Mmmm, peanut butter and jelly. My favorite!
Whisper Elf: Whats jelly?
Terrabite: I don't know, but I love it!
Gill Runt: What did you get Whisper Elf?
Whisper Elf: I got a sandwich!
Gill Runt: Me too!
Nameless Thing C2Chapter TwoNameless Thing C21 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The wind whipped at our faces as I walked alongside Jules and Alexia out of the school gates.
"Come to the shop," Jules pleaded. For the first time today I could actually see his eyes, although they were squinted protecting themselves from the rain I could see that they were a light grey.
"I can't," I called, the strong wind stealing my words, as if they were the crumpled up leaves of orange and yellow that it dragged off the ground. I couldn't think of an excuse other than I really wanted to get home, and go and call Maria.
"Why?" Jules asked.
"Um, I'm still not unpacked," That wasn't a lie, scattered around the house were still a few boxes, full of my little belongings.
"Oh, right, how about tomorrow?" Jules pressed, as he began to walk away off in a different direction to me.
I see he could
Dialogue"Here, have a seat," said the man in white. Another man, clad in black, reluctantly approached from across the room.Dialogue1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
"So, it has finally come to this," said the man in black, without trying to hide the mixture of cynicism and disgust in his voice. "I thought I was going to see you sooner."
The man in white raised his bushy eyebrow in a judging manner and asked: "How many times is it, now? Three? Four?"
"I stopped counting. Once you go over the edge like that, next time there's nothing to stop you. Tell me, why didn't you take me then?"
"I wanted you to experience some more". There was something soothing about the voice of the man in white, but it had no effect on the other man. In fact, the more calm the man in white seemed, the other man grew more irritated.
"You wanted me to suffer", the words came out as a hiss, making their way through his clenched teeth.
"That is a part of the experience."
"That is the *only* experience you have ever had in store for me."
The man in white pondered
A Thousand Cranes"Hey. How are you today?"A Thousand Cranes1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Still breathing as usual. What's happening in school so far? I kind of miss it."
"It's boring. Nothing but homework everyday. Ms. is our class adviser. It's funny whenever she calls your name even though she knows you're still here."
"I wish I could actually be there. I miss being with you guys." The patient stared at the IV fluid. "It's a bit painful laying down here with this thing attached to me."
"But just think. You're living the dream of every high school student. Lazing around and watching TV instead of listening to a boring lecture."
"You would think that but truthfully it's hard staying in here. I have limited freedom. I can only walk around the hospital premises."
"It may be boring around that time but don't worry. I promised you that I'd visit you everyday when I'm not busy. I'm not going to break that promise any time soon."
She chuckled. "But you'll eventually get tired of visiting me. You always did have a short attention span
Life of a Gladiator (for the contest)Life of a Gladiator (for the contest)1 year ago in Before and After Feedback More Like This
Hello my name is Marcus Aaron, and I will soon be a gladiator, and stand in the same arena as some of the greatest and bravest warriors of all time. It is only one week until my first fight, and until then I must train as hard as possible if I am to have any chance of survival.
We wake at dawn to eat so we can spend the rest of the day training. As I sit down to eat I begin to think of what brought me here.
I was born in the month of june 19 years ago. My mother worked for a noble family, and my father was a soldier. When he wasn't off fighting for Rome, he spent his time gambling on any and everything. In order to pay off his debts he sold my sister and I
Misery FlowA realm made of chaos, where men lie worthless,Misery Flow1 year ago in Free Verse More Like This
something like that must be child play, a fool?
A place where everything is faster, nothing ever stops,
no one could live and adapt there, am I wrong?
Funny, a place where only wildness grows,
this barbarian kingdom isn't perceptible by us, no?
The sphere keeps on spinning, unstoppable,
well, that's fun, we have control on everything, aren't we?
What a joke, a place where someone crushes someone else,
we live in democracy, we are all the same!
This story is really stupid, internal wars?
Who could be such a lunatic to do that?
And what now, men without chance, without hope?
That must be their fault, the world is fair, no?
This old man blabbering is really angrying me, i'll go home.
And from the end of the inn, a scraped voice coffed wearily...
It's fun how the one most in trouble deny to be in it...
Honor Among ThievesHonor Among ThievesHonor Among Thieves1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The small boy pulled his coat closer about him and huddled as far up under the doorway as he was able, seeking refuge from the biting wind. His coat was large enough for him to curl up inside of and provided more shelter than the doorway in which he sat. Night was falling fast, but he didn't have anywhere to go except home and he could not countenance that thought.
There you are, Indigo; what are you doing out here?
His little head jerked up and he looked wildly about, thinking for sure that he'd heard his mother's voice on the rising wind. But nobody was there, and once more his harsh reality collapsed in upon him.
* * *
"There you are, Indigo. What are you doing out here?"
"Nothing, mum," Ind