• Josh commented on the post, frenzy 6 years, 1 month ago

    The dead shambled towards the source of the noise. Moving in a kind of pack, always moving. They entered our walls and attacked in a frenzy of screams and brutal gore.

  • Josh commented on the post, entice 7 years, 3 months ago

    The bacon lay curled before him, aimed to entice. His will giving out, hand scooping forward to snatch the luscious greasy goodness.

  • Josh commented on the post, walls 7 years, 5 months ago

    The walls all around me move in and out as though the house is alive… Breathing slowly the same air I take into my lungs every second of every day. This house is alive, it’s walls melt in the heat as glowing […]

  • Josh commented on the post, combination 7 years, 8 months ago

    The combination of zombies and superheroes is genius to say the least. My two most favorite things in the world joined in a grisly and super way… Epic. Just epic.

  • Josh commented on the post, mutual 7 years, 9 months ago

    Mutual is often a word associated with people. Mutual trust. Mutual understanding between two people.

  • Josh commented on the post, compassion 7 years, 9 months ago

    I believe it’s human to be compassionate. To have compassion for your fellow people. People without this trait are capable of evils and injustices that at some times seem impossible…

  • Josh commented on the post, prosperous 7 years, 9 months ago

    Wow… Prosperous is a word that does not fit today’s world. We are in a state opposite of this lovely word. This word makes me cringe because of how impossible it seems to be right now, how impossible it is to reach. Prosperous is a word that can only be used by 1% of the […]

  • Josh commented on the post, suppose 7 years, 9 months ago

    I suppose I should write something about this word… hmmm… I suppose I should soon… only thirty seconds or so left. I suppose this will have to do… ’cause I’m lazy right now. Gaaah… yes, I suppose so.

  • Josh commented on the post, edge 7 years, 9 months ago

    The machete’s edge held true as James brought it down with fury. The blade passed through the undead creature’s skull with a crunch followed by a splash of flesh hitting the ground next to it. It fell to the ground, put to rest at last.

  • Josh commented on the post, romantic 7 years, 9 months ago

    Being romantic can be simple. It should be simple. As simple as eating cereal in the middle of a park on a chilly morning, then going out for coffee afterwards. As simple as running around doodling on asphalt and statues with chalk. As simple as cooking and sharing a meal with each other. You try […]

  • Josh commented on the post, celebrate 7 years, 10 months ago

    Each day we must celebrate life. It is a gift denied to many at a young age. Each day you must appreciate every moment, no matter how small. At the end of each day you must celebrate every breath you were able to have.

  • Josh commented on the post, concern 7 years, 10 months ago

    James looked his sister over with concern etched all over his features. She was pale. The bite on her arm was infected. Red lines spread out like spiderwebs up and down the length of her arm. “Remember what the anchor man said on the news,” whispered James, “trauma to the cranium – the brain. That’s […]

  • Josh commented on the post, shootout 7 years, 10 months ago

    Hmmm… I did shootout yesterday. How often do new words come up? I was under the impression that it was daily… yet here I am with shootout. I’m kinda sad now… Major let down. Thanks a lot oneword… Thanks.

  • Josh commented on the post, shootout 7 years, 10 months ago

    Gun shots rang out into the night as officer Harington let an empty clip fall from his 9 mm pistol. The sound of it hitting the black asphalt was masked by continuous fire from the enemy fifty yards ahead of him. His partner lay dead just a few feet from him. He was alone with […]

  • Josh commented on the post, pouch 7 years, 10 months ago

    The first thing that comes to mind is a Kangaroo. Elegantly, the mother’s pouch cradles their young in warmth and comfort as she hops through the barren unknown outback. It’s young asleep inside, unaware of where it will wake up next.