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This is one of the first satire pieces I wrote for class.
Hinamori Momo from Bleach tries out for the captaincy exam because she supposedly learned Bankai.
A lot of revelations in this important chapter of Stan Chronicles, can't really say anything without spoilers.
The first episode of my new Stan Chronicles series which will explore many genres and tackle many social issues.
By Jordon Nike12 Wolfgangivi
A Satire about foul pay in horseback riding competitions.
To say that she wasnâ€™t ordinary would be an understatement. To say that she was extraordinary would be stretching your expectations of her. She was, in the simplest term, in the most logical of explanations, complicated. She was born into our world without any knowledge of what she truly...
By Nick Banks
A great look at how blaming video games as a scapegoat excuse for young offenders is a load of hogwash!
Miscellaneous | Updated Feb 8, 2012 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The daily lives and shenanigans of your everyday, average jack off vampires.
The Denver Broncos have been on quite a winning streak thanks to their new quarterback Tim Tebow's close relationship with God. Will his religious dedication be enough to win the upcoming game against the New England Patriots?
I wrote this on a hill at a rave concert my friend invited me to, about who and what I saw, and the electric frazzled bodies writhing before me.
By Jacob Townsend
Allan Fletcher is a man of intuition, a man of little personal responsibility, and he is a man with a mission. Commissioned to find a miraculous relic. Allan must endure a gauntlet of angels, demons, misfortune, and his own unusual abilities in this comedy of errors.
Novel | Updated Jan 9, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Blair Gowrie
George and Kennedy visit Vince Giganti's hotel in Atlantic City and meet a world-famous celebrity.
from "The Adventures of George"
By The Loner
This is a screenplay I wrote for a competition. I hope you enjoy reading it.TQ
Script | Updated Dec 27, 2011 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
This poem was written after the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton was announced by a friend of mine.
By Craig Davison
Parody of Hamlet's 'To be or not to be?' soliloquy.