Internet University The Fourth(Waiting in line at Pin Number, Internet University's premiere student shopping facility, good friends Facebook and Twitter discuss the former's peaked interest in attending an art Forum being held on campus next week. The store is alive with a healthy buzzing of student chatter, and only the distant whispers of chaos indicate another political debate has erupted on the grounds. Again.)More Like This
Twitter: "I am telling you your layout is fine as is"
Facebook: "Are you kidding? We're talking Forum types here Tweet! High class, none of this mindless bickering and inane chatter we put up with. It's not like they let just anyone join these things."
Twitter: "I am sure you've been through enough layouts already. I am doubting anyone will care at this Forum place. I still cant believe you're giving"
(Twitter freezes. Facebook nonchalantly pushes him slightly forward in line, to the bewilderment of students behind him. One of them timidly asks if Twitter has crashed, to which Faceb
Internet University: Part III(A warm day on campus, as per the unwritten laws of IU, fills the grounds with various mobs of students, chatting amongst themselves with not a sad emoticon in sight. Among them, weaving in and out of the crowded bandwidth, our hero Facebook seems to be surveying the area for something. His time alone is short lived, however, as he's soon spotted and charged by his hastily dressed younger brother. Stopping only briefly to show off his friends list to a group of attractive sunbathing Juniors ("Log off, creep!"), Myspace finds his way to Facebook, waving his arms around animatedly.)More Like This
Myspace: "F4c3b00K, bR0!!1 0v3R h3R3!"
Facebook: "Dangnabbit. Myspace I'm really busy with something. Can this wait until tonight or something?"
Myspace: "N0, dUd3, u d0n7 uNd3rs74nD! 1 n33d ur h3lP w17 s0m37h1nG"
Facebook: "I've already explained this to you, Myspace. That creepy guy Tom is not really you're friend. You should probably stop inviting him to things"
Myspace: "Wh47? N0 n07 7h47. 5
Return to Internet University(Huge groups of students quickly fill the lecture hall in preparation for yet another long day of learning at Internet University. Seated in a row far in the back of the classroom, a barely-awake Twitter waits patiently for his good friend Facebook to hang up his Chatbox)More Like This
Facebook: No, I told you last night I havent seen it, remember? Look, man, if that things that important to you you should go see Google about it. I have to go.
Twitter: I am wondering who that was
Facebook: Oh it was just Craig. He lost his stupid list again. I keep telling that guy to get more organized
Twitter: Tsh, Craig. I am remembering a few weeks ago when he tried to hook me up with some dog-walking gig and sell me an old copy of Osmosis Jones at the same time
Facebook: Thats not even the half of it. One time he had this freakin hornets nest, right? And- oh crap here she comes! Here, uh, act like my last Stat
Welcome to Internet UniversityAs sunlight begins creeping over the dorms of Internet University, massive waves of students begin their daily routines, with IMing and long cafeteria load times abound. We join a scene in the bedroom of notable info-maniac personality Twitter as his roommate Facebook attempts to get him out of bedMore Like This
Facebook: "Twitter! Come on get up!"
Twitter: "I'm getting up! Stop poking me!"
Facebook: "Well hurry up! I could write four notes by the time you get ready"
Twitter: "Okay, I'm up. Now I'm putting on my sock"
Facebook: "I don't need the play by play, Tweet"
Twitter: "Dang, I can't find a good shirt. I'm now searching my closet. Im still looking"
Facebook: "Seriously, man. So unnecessary"
Twitter: "Kinda like that layout change I caught you formatting last week."
Facebook: "Shut it! Myspace is comin' in"
Myspace: "H3y GuYs! I 4m t3h c00lz!"
Twitter: "I am confused. I am hoping FB understands what Myspace said"
Facebook: "Myspace, bro, I asked you not to do that"
Death the KidIf you had $4.44 and Death the Kid had $4.44, Kid would take your $4.44 to make $8.88, then rejoice about the symmetry of the number.More Like This
Death The Kid's white blood cells have a skull on them to signify that they are mini-shinigamas. They will stop at nothing to destroy asymmetrically shaped viruses, which is why Kid can't get sick.
"Guns don't kill Kishins. Death The Kid does." It was this statement that gave Kid a skull fracture and Liz a broken hand.
If Death The Kid asked you what the time was, and you said "7:00," Kid would shoot you. If you said "8:00," Kid would scream "HALLELUJAH!"
When sending in taxes, Death The Kid instead mails a recording of Excalibur's voice. Due to this, Kid has never had to pay taxes.
Death The Kid's advice? GET SYMMETRICAL.
Crona can deal with things. She just wants to know how Death The Kid does it.
Death The Kid does not break wind. He shatters it.
When the Hulk sees something asymmetrical, he turns into Death The Kid.
To his distress, the opposite side
DEATH THE KID: User manualDEATH THE KID: The Owners Guide and Maintenance ManualMore Like This
If you are reading this, than you are now the proud possessor of your own DEATH THE KID! For maximum enjoyment of said unit, and so that you are completely knowledgeable of your units behaviors, actions, etc., we encourage you to read this manual.
Name: DEATH THE KID (also responds to the nickname Kid)
Manufacturing Date: 3/30/2009
Place of Manufacturing: Shinigami & Co.
Genetic Type: Friendly; Serious; Spastic
Height: Short --- Below Average --- Average --- Above Average --- Tall
Weight: Light --- Below Average --- Average --- Above Average --- Obese
(2) Shinigamis head rings
(1) Nicely tailored suit
(1) Pair of newly shined dress shoes
(1) Shinigami brooch
(1) black and red skateboard (referred to as Beelzebub)
Note: Your DEATH THE KID is capable of wearing other types of clothing, such as DEATH THE KID recreation set (not included), but
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Introduction of Character
The Character’s Appearance
[Try to include detailed description of character’s physical characteristics (shape of nose, freckles, moles, scars, shape of eyes, accessories, etc.), ethnicity, common attire, etc. DO NOT JUST PUT DOWN WORDS!]
About the Character
[Be as detailed as you can with your character’s personality. DO NOT JUST PUT DOWN WORDS! Go into depth with your character.]
The Character’s Relationship With Others
(How people view your character in general)
First/Last Name [