Nisse wouldn’t say he’s scared of horror movies, oh no, but… There was something greatly
unnerving about viewing ridiculous amounts of gore on the human television-
Nisse jumps, being a bit deeper in thought as he would’ve hoped. “Wh-” he stuttered.
”Someone knocked on the door, I think. Couldn’t you hear? Did you invite anyone over?”
The cream-colored kebanzu feels a light shiver down his back but decides to shrug it off. As he
leans past the corner to look in the ‘living room’ he catches the eyes of his significant other,
The tan c
I woke up to another sorrowful morning, the cold wind brushing against my frostbitten face.
I felt the cold air run across my body, leaving me shivering and searching for warmth.
I hopped up from the cotton-based linens on the bed, shivering.
A few logs left for today. I dressed myself and ignited the last logs in the fireplace.
I would have to go out again. Else I wouldn’t make it ‘till tomorrow.
I gathered up the necessary protection from the cold weather and left the cabin.
I would have to walk a bit for wood. I didn’t want to, but I had no choice.
”And remember not to disrupt the woods right around th
Kevin, the shaggy-haired, brown kebanzu, walked on the docs, where the annual carnival had just set up. He didn’t usually commit into anything like this, but his colleague had insisted on him coming this year, since skipping the last few years. Kevin was scanning the environment near him, as to find something else than the wooden planks beneath him and the passing people.
“Hey!” shouted an unfamiliar kebanzu, running past him to embrace an apparently close friend. Kevin chuckled but was interrupted by the loud announcement from the park staff: “Ferris wheel opening in a few minutes! See the beautiful wonders above!