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By Peter Sterling
This is based off my Englsih class. I live this every other day, all year long. It's a sort of satire, in where the man who is supposed to be teaching a classroom full of gifted students (although some aren't as gifted as they try to sound) isn't really needed at all. In fact, he hampers the...
Short Story | Updated Dec 13, 2007 | Reads: 204 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
An anti-fairy tale.
WARNING: This piece does contain rape scenes, only to make a particular point, always presented negatively, and in the end righteously avenged. Never the less, some readers may be uncomfortable with these scenes.
This is the homepage for all my articles on the TheSpoof.com website, where I write under the name of Jaffa Forbes. The site itself is very funny
Short Story | Updated Oct 20, 2007 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Thenextbigwriter Workshop
Ever wanted to know what it would be like to get all the important information in the first chapter, well, here is your chance.
Short Story | Updated Oct 10, 2007 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Majique for the the Modern Age! That is to say - satire. This is the start of the novella Majique, a rather bitter and satirical look on fantasy novels and the world as a whole.
A political science class has a very important discussion on politics.
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just some more of mmy ryhming words
In a world with superheroes, only a Social Justice Leaguer having a midlife crisis and two government lackeys-- one of whom is definitely not a mutated crocodile-- have a chance to stop a plot to release a chemical weapon on several million civilians.
By Amy Saleh
Is it true that the camera doesn't lie? Are we living life the way we want to? here's another way to answer these questions.
I'd rather leave my kids clean air than money, but the Aussie Prime Minister doesn't agree with me. He seems to think it's it's all a conspiracy theory!
By Russell Pryor
A day in the life of the Father and the Son.
Short Story | Updated Mar 24, 2007 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The effects of our actions pass down from one generation to the next. Through their actions, our ancestors have shaped our present world. A thousand years, nay ten thousand years, from now, our blood will flow through the veins of our descendants; our collective thoughts will invade their...
A somewhat sillier piece. Something about this makes me clearly think of Flogging Molly.
"Some say 'Take me or leave me',
But I'll just say--
Most probably and in my opinion, the best written verse in the English language is the opening verse of "Clancy Lowers The Boom". Apparently written by Johnny Lange and Hy Heath in 1948 or before?.
Only 1 verse is presented. Readers are welcomed to add their own. No profanity please. Keep a...