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By Unjust Mohan
It a poem about a person demanding irrational salary package. To his astonishment, he is offered much more than he had asked for. He surprisingly asked if the Board has been joking. He got the curt reply that infact he had started the same.
Poetry | Updated Aug 26, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
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By Troy Chittock
All four seasons of D(X)UG lie in this here book. No longer a short story, this story is extended to be about 236 pages worth. This will fill your entertainment to the maximum if you are a fan.
D(X)UG is about a dog (anthro, furry, etc.) named Doug, who was left to die during a shipwreck on the...
Who loves the banks? Not me
A Cyberpunk serial novel about a mysterious, Yakuza-run arcade where the rewards are large and the stakes are high.
Not only are players being given the chance to earn free tickets to the game, just by playing their favourite Online Bingo games in the run-up, but tickets are available to pre-buy already.
The aptly-named Mega Fortune progressive slot jackpot was won on the 18th January, with the lucky winner taking home the prize of â‚¬6,864,858.24.
its all about the earning and serviving cost.
By Enigma Seven
This is the story of what becomes of Samuel, who tries to do the right thing for the wrong reason, and then the wrong thing for the same reason.
Scores of people die every day from natural causes, diseases, accidents, natural disasters, crime and what not; according to Hindu mythology, the Lord of Death â€˜Yamaâ€™ residing in the Kingdom of Death will choose a handful just before their death for a conversation or a dialogue just...
A page from her diary...
By Constantinos Grigoriadis
I opened my eyes and i heard my soul to shouting 'present' to my body