• I looked down slowly at the water bomb between us. “Well…it’s…um..” I said slowly. And then, with my free hand, I took a knife from my pocket and plunged it into her ribs. “Neither, I guess,” I said as my smile broadened.
  • I, in turn, had knotted a pink scarf around my neck and I found myself fussing with it, knotting it to the side, then in front, and finally giving up on knots entirely and just wrapping it around my neck to protect against the slight chill in the air.
  • I wondered when the messenger didn’t mention the strawberries. If the king liked strawberries he would have mentioned them. Love the style though, entertaining reading…
  • I It would be one of the first really interesting unique story lines in a long time. It might even make an excellent TV series as long as they kept making it interesting. The ideas kinda remind me of Quantum Leap, except with a more exciting ideas of being anything. Good, bad, sexy, monsters, aliens. I mean this really could be amazing.
  • In that tiny box rests my entire life, everything I’ve come to love.\nSoon it will all rest in her hands, who am I kidding it always has. The red velvet lining hides a monster lurking inside. A monster built of all my nfears and doubt, fed on a lifetime being alone. As she returns to her seat I slowly leave mine and lower myself to one knee, “Jess, will you marry me?”
  • She heard it, just barely, and looked at stared at his suious smile with wary but defiant eyes. The girl Bed her head sideways just a little bit, deciding what to do, then stepped in closer to meet him.”I win,” she whispered. She kissed him passionately, her hand running down his arm until she reached his hand, and then yanked out the possession he held. “You know, if this is a bomb, I’ll drag you to hell with me. If this is another one of your games, I’ll let you walk there by yourself.
  • I need to know about the Venusians… The Martians reminded me of a weird horror book I had read about a vampire apocalypse in the near future. The physical description is almost spot on.
  • I grimaced. Cam said that before, but he was wrong about that. That was why we were in this shit, uncontrollable mess. The camping trip was meant to be a great experience. Three friends going on an adventure. Nothing can go wrong. He was as sure in his words then, as he was now. Everything will be okay after this. He gripped me on the shoulders, grin widening.
  • Don’t stop until this world is caked in the filth of imperfection.
  • She did what he said and picked up the toy gun, shaking her head. “Dude, what if I was a cop? You really think a cop would’ve waited to make sure the gun was real?” She sighed and threw the water gun down.”You got cash? We might as well get Mr. Overgrown-Child here to a hospital, and a bus won’t take him there.
  • “Go pick up my gun!” I yell, exasperated. “It’s purple and plastic! Didn’t you notice? And we like to have water gun fights in rain storms because we don’t have to go inside when we need to refill. Go look at my gun. It’s just a toy.
  • Oh, you young’uns. It certainly is outdated now by virtues of its 1980s technology and references but I hope that this movie, unappreciated even in its own time, still might resonate with you.
  • She was sitting in front of the television with empty glasses surrounding her, counting seconds before the last bang would stop reminding her of the phone that never made any sound.
  • So then… What do they feel during anal?
  • “Yes, its a real gun! What did you expect me to pull out when some random guy at a bus stop pulls out a ‘gun’ at me and I’m alone at ten o’clock at night? And really? A water gun fight … in a rain storm? That makes perfect sense! Yeah, no. Well, now I really regret shooting him, but I really don’t regret hitting you in the face with an umbrella. Best decision I’ve made all day.
  • I guess some people didn’t get the joke.
  • I now feel that I came off cruel, but, without saying, that was a horrible speech (in my opinion at least).
  • “Excellent” the priest said to himself. “So it works.”He grabbed the man by the back of his shirt and pulled him out of the church into the hot night air. He dragged the body all the way to the center of the town and lifted it up slowly into his arms. “It’s time to cleanse this filthy world,” he mumbled to himself, and dumped the body into the town well.
  • Because he is an alien right? An ILLEGAL alien.
  • I forgot to say bro. Tis mine only regret.
  • “What the hell?!” I yelled at her. “Is that a real gun?” I dropped my gun quickly and raised my hands in the air. “We’re just having a water gun fight!” The man on the ground sobbed softly behind her.
  • I totally forgot the age of acceptance to Hogwarts. So in this case she has a father with a sailor’s mouth. Yeah, that’s it!
  • I’ve never heard of that movie before. l’m adding it to my list of movies to see.
  • “I get the shaft” is something that most eleven-year-old girls (probably) wouldn’t know or use, so I think that’s an interesting choice.
  • Again learn to read… Oh and You are just an …..
  • Were you involved in the tournament in any way?
  • Everybody kills the faith time to time.
  • Oooooo this gave me the funny feeling in my gut of both sickening despair and hardcore brutal satisfaction. I like it.
  • The thing with the guy in the place is..?
  • The demon promised not to kill him if he gave up the pineapple freely, but Jack remained skeptical.
  • I love this, but its Secretariat, not Sectarian’s!
  • Is that a human? The insekt asked.