Changes -A TF Story- Pt. 1Chapter 1 - The MeetingChanges -A TF Story- Pt. 17 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
It means no worries, for the rest of yo-
Were here, Kodi.
Yes! I was the first out of the car. In my rush I managed to forget to close the car door, lose a shoe, and trip over myself all within the span of ten seconds. What could you expect from an excited 10-year-old, though?
Take it easy tiger, my dad said as he walked around the front of the car. Theres no need to rush.
I wrinkled my nose. Grr! Im not a tiger, Ima fearsome wolf! Rawr!
My mother sighed. Alright, hun, but dont say anything that even sounds like wolf around your Aunt Mary. Shes still quite sore about this whole ordeal.
Soon enough, the three of us were standing on the porch of Aunt Marys house. My mother went to push the doorbell, but the door swung open suddenly. A rather skinny-looking woman, probably in her mind 20s, stood in the doorway beaming at us. She wore a
Cat TFCat TFCat TF9 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
My alarm woke me up 30 minutes too late and I knew it was going to be a bad day. Last night had been pretty bad, so I hoped that today couldn't be any worse. Last night, I had gotten drunk at a friends house, I had kicked this old lady's cat after my girlfriend found me drunk for the fifth time that week. Sure, in retrospect, it was an awful thing to do, but at the time… I was drunk; it was the best thing I could do.
Well, anyway, after I had kicked the cat, the owner came up and slapped me. That seemed to knock some sense into me. I tried to apologize as best as I could, and she seemed to be buying my story. She later gave me that old lady sympathy look that they all give so well. She reached into her purse and handed me a mint. I'm pretty sure that even if I was sober, I still would have found it weird, but I took it nonetheless. She got her cat and quickly walked away.
lifeit's a fairytalelife2 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
with a pencil
it's a draw in a wall
and a candle flame
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it's a dream
it's the devil
The Best Case for God: RefutedThe Best Case for God: Refuted4 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
Pay it "Foreword"
I recently came across an ingenious website written to argue in favor of the existence of Yahweh, the Christian God. The argument presented is impressive, if only for its crafty misdirection and intellectual sleight-of-hand. The website is the work of Rich Deem, who seems very intelligent and well-educated. In this way he provides evidence for Michael Shermer's quote, "smart people believe weird things because they are skilled at defending beliefs they arrived at for non-smart reasons."
As I wrote this book, I began by focusing on the linked article about whether atheists have disproven God, and then branched out to other parts of the website later. I then found even more interesting arguments from William Lane Craig and addressed them as well. I've also included a fe
Adorable OneShe is a beautiful girl,Adorable One9 years ago in Open More Like This
she remains a beautiful girl;
she thinks as a girl in her late teens might think,
she acts as a girl in her late teens might act,
but she looks very unlike a teenage girl.
Her eyes are pure opal-black and almond-shaped;
her teeth are sharp as the finest katanas;
her nails are like rake-prongs;
yet she is beautiful.
Her ears are round like new moons atop her head;
her neck and torso, of equal thickness, are veritably telescopic;
her short limbs are seeming flourishes to the form of her body,
though less so than her tail,
her glorious tail with its ebony-furred tip,
so unlike her snowy belly, neck and jaw;
her face, flanks and back are furred with seeming wine-stained ruddy hue.
Yet, despite such a deviance from what
societal ignorance calls "the norm",
she remains as beautiful as ever.
It is an utter failing that many people
(again, an averaging out! They seem unavoidable!)
would at once call her a rat;
those more familiar with pets might call her a ferret.