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Toddler Who: Easy as Pi The ginger man with a wee bit crossed blue eyes moved his crazy top hat onto the back of his head and placed the large book he was holding onto the table for everyone to see it.Toddler Who: Easy as Pi by CarryPhoenix
"That's it. I think I've found the needed recipe," he announced. "We're going to bake a fine cake for her. This one." He pointed at the picture describing a cube-shaped cake with five Pokemon figurines sitting on its sides and top. "Everyone agrees?"
"Who-hoa, it'll be a pity to eat 'em," Patrick noticed, pointing at the picture. "They're pretty."
"I'll take it as yes," Mr. Tardis said. "We've got recipe, now we need a kitchen. And there's quite a lack of time - it's to be done by tonight. Anybody has a free kitchen?"
"I can try to handle that." Matt raised his hand. "I can ask River, and her Mummy can help us."
"Don't forget that adults don't like hobos."
Yes, Simmy was there to spoil all the fun. But Mr. Tardis wasn't offended by that.
"Yeah, I'm a hobo,
Writer's Unblock Okay. Calm down. It's not the end of the world, you're just going to write another story. You don't have writer's block or anything like that. There's choice, there's time, and there's...Writer's Unblock by CarryPhoenix
Something small, but really sharp and strong inserted into my hand in the place where my thumb matched the rest of it. I woke up from my dozing and saw a tiny blond human being in worn black clothes chewing on it.
"I'm not a fried chicken to you, Mister!" I yelped and shook the miniature brat off my hand. He landed onto my table and lolled his tongue out:
"It's Master, not Mister!"
"And my pain receptors still work quite Masterly," I replied, massaging the hurting area.
"You wouldn't pay any attention to me anyway, and I just wanted to help ya," the little Master replied, pretending to be offended. "Take me in," he pointed at the laptop. "You won't lose. Won't, won't... WANT!"
"Listen, you're not the only version."
Toddler Who: The Twin Trouble "Double, double, I'm in trouble," Sylvester muttered to himself. He did not remember how he had managed to climb up here, but the truth was that he was clinging to a tree branch, holding on it with both arms and legs and not knowing what to do next. Perhaps he had got so scared or so determined to escape that it all had worked before he could've understood that.Toddler Who: The Twin Trouble by CarryPhoenix
"Hahaha! Hahaha! Look out world, the bag of nuts is going to flop any minute!"
Sylvester knew this voice. And he knew that there were two who shared it.
"You're not Patrick! You're Ramon!" he shouted, attempting to sound threatening and wishing it hadn't been such squeak.
"I'm not Ramon! I'm Sa-la-man-der!"
The kid with dark fringe combed to the side lolled his tongue at Sylvester and was gone, satisfied with his trick. But he didn't know it wouldn't last long - hardly had Sylvester begun to wonder after how much time he was going to plummet down when the side branches shook.
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Inertia by AsherMane
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is lathered with imagery, and very emotionally
heavy in the face of its subject: Alzhimer's.
The creative use of the repeated line, the loss
of both good and bad memories, and the pain
it causes the sufferer are expressed phenomenally well.
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I am a simple student. My love is languages, so I study English, German and Chinese. I also write stories and poetry.|
Current Residence: Everywhere I can be in
Favourite genre of music: Music with sense
Favourite style of art: Fantasy
Operating System: Windows XP
Favourite cartoon character: Rocket from "Galactik Football"
Personal Quote: I don't lie. I tell incredible things or the ones you don't believe in