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Five – he didn’t have enough time goddammit there wasn’t enough time and – four – he couldn’t get there he couldn’t even see it where was he – three – meant to go and -two – there it was finally he could see it oh thank you oh thanks it was there but wait there was hardly any time left what was – one.
By lightthisfuse on 12.18.2012
yes. they all screwed. all five of them. their most awesome perfect plan had fail. terribly he should say. he looks at all their faces, and let out a hearty laugh. well, although their plan had failed, they still have each other. it was the most dumbest thing to do, he admits it. who in their right mind would try to create an explosion science project inside the school’s toilet. but he didn’t mind it, as he still has his silly friends doing silly things and enjoy it. of course the punishment, not so enjoyable.
By qie URL on 12.18.2012
the age you start Kindergarten. The number of serious relationships I’ve had. The number of dogs I have personally had. The current setting on my electric blanket. The ‘middle.’ The number of liters of water I drank yesterday.
By Liz on 12.18.2012
her chubby hands clutched the candy nimbly. her ebony eyes glittered with naive ecstasy. her laugh bubbles with carefree elation. oh how i would love to be 5 again.
By Bhairavi Mehra on 12.18.2012
Five days ago, a llama went to town. He had several reasons for doing so, the least important being a desire to taste the meat-flesh of an armadillo. It wasn’t very good, so he went home. That was the extent of his day.
By Sarah R. on 12.18.2012
Flying high up in the sky.
It was nothing but a dream, you said.
Vacancy filled my heart.
Existence doesn’t matter anymore.
Hint: First letters of each line.
By abigail rae on 12.18.2012
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.