Note: As always, please read authour's notes before reading.
WARNING: THIS STORY IS EXTREMELY DISTURBING (to some) and may cause you to never look at Sai the same way again.
Everyone in Konoha was mystified by the mysterious persona of Sai. They couldn't figure out his blank-eyed smiles, or his odd way of speech, or his unique, belly-baring top. Thus, they gossiped about him constantly, and thus, Sai was sad.
He tried not to let it bother him, though. And he had a surefire way to distract himself.
Sai had a secret world.
He was but a wee lad when he discovered this place. Danzou had been harping on him as usual, and he had decided to run
Note: I suggest you read the Artist's Comments before you embark on this...adventure. ~_^
Once upon a time in the land of SweetSucculentPickles, there was a purple tennis racket named Horace. Horace was deeply depressed. His strings had been snapped by a pair of rogue rubber gloves named Carl and Snarl. This had been painful and caused Horace much misery. THUS: he decided to SEEK THEM OUT and VANQUISH THEM.
"I need a sidequick!" Horace thought frantically. "But who??" As if on cue, his kitchen door opened and with a loud clanking, three objects and Sephiroth walked in.
"Sephiroth's Choose-a-Sidequick Service at your service!" Sephiroth ann
Once upon a time in the country of Texas
There was a girl named Stephie with a mutated nerve plexus
It affected, however, not her nerves but her hair
A problem which began a most unfortunate affair
For starters, Stephie was stubborn as an mule
To her, her follicles were as precious as jewels
So whenever others implored her with combs
And scissors, Stephie would say "Leave me alone!
I don't want my hair touched. Won't you go away?
If you don't you'll be served on a cafeteria tray!"
And thus Stephie's hair began growing and growing
So when she had dandruff it was like it was snowing
It became a long mat, an extraordinary train
Current Residence: BC, Canada Favourite genre of music: Electronica, trance, dance, J-Pop/anime, soundtracks, Final Fantasy Piano Collections, jazz Operating System: Windows XP MP3 player of choice: Mine ^_^ PNY 2GB VIBE Shell of choice: A KOOPA. 8D Wallpaper of choice: It ranges from anime to photos to random pictures Skin of choice: The kind with moles, and hair Personal Quote: "I'm looking up your table's skirt!" + countless other examples of stupidity
I know no one really looks at this page, but whatever...I'm leaving in three days for World Youth Day in Australia!! I'll be gone for three weeks (one week each in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane), and then I'll be spending four nights in Japan. Thus, I shall return on August 2. So if you have something desperate to tell me or ask me and you're wondering if I died, I didn't; I just ran away to the other side of the world. :D
Okay, we all know that I can't draw to save my life...well, except apparently I can draw a stick. And random stick people, if I'm really bored. So, because I'm bored and I want to steal a free sketch from ~KasurinSama (https://www.deviantart.com/kasurinsama), I'm offering ten free pieces of writing in any form and on any subject you want. Watch as no one takes me up on this. XD But yes. Short stories, poems, etc. Oh, and this will probably not be done for...some...time. 'course, now that I have a laptop, anything is possible, but...yeah, you'll just have to see.
And if you know what I usually write, I like writing fluff and crack...BUT ESPECIALLY CRACK. You can look at my gal
I got tagged by ~Gambit13 (https://www.deviantart.com/gambit13), so I figured I might as well give into all those people (ha) who were begging me to write one of my witty and much-loved journal entries (ha again)...you may find the actual tag at the bottom.
My summer? It was...wow. Hmn. July wasn't extremely interesting...I traveled a bunch with my family, but that was about the extent of my activities. (Of course traveling is fun, but we didn't go anywhere particularly exciting. No Hawaii or Europe or anything.) Other than that, I mostly spent my days lying around at home. Fun! And relaxing.
But August, in comparison, was like an explosion of busy and glee! It started wit