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Category Archives: Writing
The king had quite a reign, though many would hail the royal family as having a future that no one could cloud. They didn’t like guests to storm through the castle, but that said, they let many subjects drop in … Continue reading
The robber was so surprised by the cops’ entrance that he nearly had a stroke. This brush with the law was something that wasn’t in the script, besides that, he wasn’t ready to spend time in the pen. But the … Continue reading
“It makes sense not to post anything else online about the giant crocodile that will stick in the public’s mind,” said the general. “They already know it’s a male specimen, twenty feet long, and ferocious. We have to lick this … Continue reading
The active musician was working on a track on her latest album, which would pave the way for inspiration in a music scene that was rather plain. It wasn’t a take off of any other artists, and I think it … Continue reading
I don’t know what all that wine and ale meant at that party: the teacher still gave Mal a D. That said, she took it well and no one had to stabilizer her, or tranquilize her. I think she’s actually doing … Continue reading
“It looks like you’ve been to the vintage store, that coat looks radical,” says Emmy. “Yes, and while on the same route, I went to the free clinic as well,” said Fred. “You should too, Emmy. It doesn’t take much for … Continue reading
The humor was dry at the roast. The jokes were spread out amongst the guests, and although the host gave a chunk he wrote to a smooth talker, it was enough to keep the guest of honor from going nuts.
Aren’t you glad that there’s this beta version of this office software? Nothing can top that, good thing we kept our eyes peeled. The root of our problems has been getting a program that can really crunch numbers.