Metropolis - Act 1 - Scene 1 - RegressionThe clock slowly ticked away...More Like This
Second by second...
Minute by minute...
Hour by hour...
Nicholas looked up from the bed at which he was laying down, and took a look at the hypnotherapist. It seemed like fate had brought them together, for he'd been in need of some kind of help for a while. He'd been hearing voices... seeing sights that he could have swore he recognised... but he also knew that he had never seen or heard in his life.
Yeah... He really needed help, for as the time passed these voices only got louder, and these visions only grew stronger. It's so fortunate that he had found this hypnotherapist simply walking down the street a few minutes ago. It was then that he had had one of his "moments". The hypnotherapist had helped him up from the floor of the dusty street, and asked him what had happened. When Nicholas explained, he expected the stranger to consider him completely mad. But all he had done was nod his head, as if he knew what he was talking about. It was then when t
The Beatles go Camping"Are we there yet?" asked George who had to carry all of the stuff. "For god's sake, George," said John. "No. We will be there. Just give your arms more time to hold all of this." Onward throughout the forest, the birds were flying around George and landed on the cargo, making it more heavier. "We're here!" said Paul. "Karma bit my arse.." said George as his arms were weakened and he dropped all of the cargo. The birds flew away to another tree to meet up with all of the other birds of the forest.More Like This
"Why must I suffer carrying this if you could just carry all of your stuff?" complained George. "That was for eating my last cookie, Georgey Porgie." said Ringo. "You just can't eat all of our stuff, ya know."
"I was just hungry!" whined George. "I had nothing to eat and I lost my jelly babies---so I ate that cookie. I'm sorry Rings." "Apology accepted." said Ringo. "Don't eat one last thing unless it is yours."
The four grabbed four boxes. "Watch this," said Paul. He had a remote control wit