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bloodandfullmoon
3Mins Each
8
ISSUES
Jack and the Vampire [BoyxBoy]
Updated Jun 3, 2018
PG-13 Completed
2
420
0
Parody
Romance

Jack never believed the legend of the bloodthirsty Vampire who lived in the clouds. But when he makes the unlikely trade with a stranger, he finds himself led to the things he never thought were true.

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Jack and the Vampire [BoyxBoy]

Jack never believed the legend of the bloodthirsty Vampire who lived in the clouds. But when he makes the unlikely trade with a stranger, he finds himself led to the things he never thought were true.

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Duntry
7Mins Each
1
ISSUE
What could I do for her
Updated Feb 1, 2018
G
0
192
0
Parody
Sarcasm

I was praying in the dark empty church when the man walked up to me and told me he’s an angel.

“Yea?” I asked.

“Yea.”

“What do you want?”

“I want to give you a chance to turn your shit around.”

“Yea?”

“Yea.”

"But why?"

"I figure this is the only way to get you out of here," he said.

The angel looked rough, with faded scars and scrapes all over his face. He wore no shoes, and his jeans and shirt were torn beyond logic. Do angels wear those? Well, I didn't care, I had my own problems. There's this iBanker who drove an Audi trying to ask my girlfriend out, and I was helpless. I worked as a postman, drove nothing, owned nothing, and it seemed to me that my girlfriend was getting tired of me. But I couldn't let her go; my parents were getting old and worried, and she's my only chance for marriage. That's why I started coming to church a few weeks ago and prayed till my voice cracked. My luck didn't turn, the guy was still going strong, my girlfriend still picking on my job my income my everything. Sure, I did feel somewhat better after all these prayers, knowing that at least there's someone to blame when things fell through. But still, I was willing to gamble.

"So what do I do?" I asked the angel.

He gave me the instruction and left. I went home and told my parents about it. My dad was a cook, my mum a housewife. They had little enough education to revere the Western theologies and thus were thrilled about the deal and the angel. They went out and bought a chicken to celebrate. I called my girlfriend and told her what happened.

"You sure it worked?" She asked. In her voice there's an excitement that I hadn't heard in a long time.

"Yes. I'm sure. Babe, I love you. We're gonna work out."

"Sure. Hey, I gotta go. I have to take care of a few things," she said, and hung up. That whole night she didn't message me or call me and I couldn't sleep.

Next day I went to the giant trash can down the street, looking for a cockroach. I was afraid of cockroahes but the angel said that only by overcoming my fear could I find the path towards eternal happiness. So when I saw one I grabbed it as quickly as I could, then broke half its legs, ate them and let out a fart, one that would rise till it joins the cloud and becomes part of it, according to the plan.

I was looking at the trail of my fart curling up toward sky when the angel walked up to me.

“I got it! I got it!” I screamed at the angel.

“For fuck's sake, just chill. It’s just a start.”

The angel had me go down to the grocery store and ask for the longest ladder in the world. I told Billy the shop owner about my plan, and the reason that gave birth to such a plan. Billy dropped his head in contemplation.

“You sure?” he asked.

“Yes, I'm sure.”

A fan whirled above us but gave no wind.  Bill was 60 and I was 25 and I didn’t expect him to understand me, or the generation that bred me. Petty middle-class moaning of our generations paled in comparison with the life-and-death concerns of theirs. But still.

Soon he went in to the store room. There's sound of many things dropping on the ground. Then he came back out with the ladder.  I paid and left with the ladder. I let the changes sit on the counter, getting the no-wind.

I started climbing toward sky. People were gathering along the street now, talking, cheering for me. Dad and mom were there, being the cheer leaders. I didn't see my girlfriend though. Maybe she'd only come at the end. Didn't matter. Once I came back down things would change.

The ladder was good quality work, it didn’t jerk once during the first million steps. But the trip itself was bad: there’s no chance for rest or chicken-out. I didn’t even get to take selfies, for my hands got so sweaty that I had to cling to the ladder with both hands. The birds and eagles and UFO were circling around me and sometimes charging at me, and from certain height on up the air pressure started squeezing my heart like a poor bug caught by a bad kid. My biceps ached and trembled. I couldn't hear the people anymore. I could only think of my girlfriend and the way she would look when I gave her the gift.

But after another million steps and the ladder started to shake. I didn’t know why. I cursed and climbed on. Twice my right hand slipped and I almost fell. Man, I nearly spitted my heart out. A plane passed and I saw a baby inside with no hair laughing at me. I pushed myself up and continued to curse.

It’s the angel who's shaking the ladder, as it turned out. I was about one thousand steps from where he was, sitting at the top of the ladders with a beer in hand, drinking, shaking the ladder.

“Why are you doing this!" I screamed.

“I am bored."

Then I was there, winded, my body compressed like a butterfly specimen, but I was stunned by the vastness and beauty of the cloud. It was dense, smoky, misty, and I was right in the middle of it. The sun came through but was filtered down into some sort of a holy light. It's better than the kind of heaven I used to dream about.

The angel came forward and grabbed my arm and tossed me out of the ladder. I thought I was dying, but when I fell upon the cloud I didn't fall through. The cloud was soft, but didn't break. I rolled around and around, screaming, and crying. I was here, finally. I thought about my girl, my marriage.

“You want a beer?” the angel asked.

“No. I gotta run back down now. My girlfriend’s probably here by this time.”

The angel shrugged and brought me to the part of the cloud that belonged to me. It’s very discernible because it’s a statue of me and my girlfriend. We’re in our wedding gown standing side by side, looking at each other, her arm around mine, tight.

“It’s beautiful,” I said.

The angel sat on the cloud and took a long pull from his bottle and didn’t answer. I plucked the cloud-statue out and told the angel that I was ready. He took his time taking a last pull before standing up. He threw the can away and spitted on the cloud. The spit hissed on the cloud and disappeared, no trace left.

"Can I move in here with my girlfriend?" I asked the angel.

"Why?"

"It's beautiful here."

"It depends."

"Depends on what?"

"Your girlfriend," the angel said. Then he gave out a long whistle that almost deafened me and a giant cockroach was summoned up.

“Ready?” the cockroach said to the angle.

“You’re ready?” the angel said to me.

“I don’t know what to say,” I said. We got on the cockroach and slowly it circled its way down. Its wings flapped frantically but soundlessly. I touched its skin. It's smooth, like it’d been varnished. I bent down for a closer look. Man, was it clean, was it stainless. I felt sorry for all the fellow cockroaches that had their lives taken by my plump hands.

We touched ground and the streets were flooded with people. They're singing the national anthem, applauding, the cats and dogs making fierce love, the tigers and elephants and dragons running wild and around. My parents were on their knees, crying.

Then I saw her. As I walked toward her people backed off to make space for me.

The iBanker was standing next to her. He's in suit and tie, an iPad in one hand.

I ignored the guy and knelt down before her.

"Here it is,” I held out the statue to her.

She took it and without looking at it she passed the thing to the iBanker. He looked at it, put it on the floor and scanned the thing with his iPad. I was on my knees, waiting. The world was waiting.

“Any buyer?” she asked the guy after a while.

“No.”

“Let’s wait.”

And we waited. After a few hours people started leaving. There’re no more songs, no more cheering, the cats and dogs started to separate and chase and yell and hate at each other. The cockroach and angel were nowhere to be seen. My parents were still there though, on their knees, but no longer crying, they're watching us, their mouths gaping. I looked back at my girlfriend, who’s looking at the iPad while the cloud-statue stood beside her. I wondered if there’s anything else I could do for her.

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What could I do for her

I was praying in the dark empty church when the man walked up to me and told me he’s an angel.

“Yea?” I asked.

“Yea.”

“What do you want?”

“I want to give you a chance to turn your shit around.”

“Yea?”

“Yea.”

"But why?"

"I figure this is the only way to get you out of here," he said.

The angel looked rough, with faded scars and scrapes all over his face. He wore no shoes, and his jeans and shirt were torn beyond logic. Do angels wear those? Well, I didn't care, I had my own problems. There's this iBanker who drove an Audi trying to ask my girlfriend out, and I was helpless. I worked as a postman, drove nothing, owned nothing, and it seemed to me that my girlfriend was getting tired of me. But I couldn't let her go; my parents were getting old and worried, and she's my only chance for marriage. That's why I started coming to church a few weeks ago and prayed till my voice cracked. My luck didn't turn, the guy was still going strong, my girlfriend still picking on my job my income my everything. Sure, I did feel somewhat better after all these prayers, knowing that at least there's someone to blame when things fell through. But still, I was willing to gamble.

"So what do I do?" I asked the angel.

He gave me the instruction and left. I went home and told my parents about it. My dad was a cook, my mum a housewife. They had little enough education to revere the Western theologies and thus were thrilled about the deal and the angel. They went out and bought a chicken to celebrate. I called my girlfriend and told her what happened.

"You sure it worked?" She asked. In her voice there's an excitement that I hadn't heard in a long time.

"Yes. I'm sure. Babe, I love you. We're gonna work out."

"Sure. Hey, I gotta go. I have to take care of a few things," she said, and hung up. That whole night she didn't message me or call me and I couldn't sleep.

Next day I went to the giant trash can down the street, looking for a cockroach. I was afraid of cockroahes but the angel said that only by overcoming my fear could I find the path towards eternal happiness. So when I saw one I grabbed it as quickly as I could, then broke half its legs, ate them and let out a fart, one that would rise till it joins the cloud and becomes part of it, according to the plan.

I was looking at the trail of my fart curling up toward sky when the angel walked up to me.

“I got it! I got it!” I screamed at the angel.

“For fuck's sake, just chill. It’s just a start.”

The angel had me go down to the grocery store and ask for the longest ladder in the world. I told Billy the shop owner about my plan, and the reason that gave birth to such a plan. Billy dropped his head in contemplation.

“You sure?” he asked.

“Yes, I'm sure.”

A fan whirled above us but gave no wind.  Bill was 60 and I was 25 and I didn’t expect him to understand me, or the generation that bred me. Petty middle-class moaning of our generations paled in comparison with the life-and-death concerns of theirs. But still.

Soon he went in to the store room. There's sound of many things dropping on the ground. Then he came back out with the ladder.  I paid and left with the ladder. I let the changes sit on the counter, getting the no-wind.

I started climbing toward sky. People were gathering along the street now, talking, cheering for me. Dad and mom were there, being the cheer leaders. I didn't see my girlfriend though. Maybe she'd only come at the end. Didn't matter. Once I came back down things would change.

The ladder was good quality work, it didn’t jerk once during the first million steps. But the trip itself was bad: there’s no chance for rest or chicken-out. I didn’t even get to take selfies, for my hands got so sweaty that I had to cling to the ladder with both hands. The birds and eagles and UFO were circling around me and sometimes charging at me, and from certain height on up the air pressure started squeezing my heart like a poor bug caught by a bad kid. My biceps ached and trembled. I couldn't hear the people anymore. I could only think of my girlfriend and the way she would look when I gave her the gift.

But after another million steps and the ladder started to shake. I didn’t know why. I cursed and climbed on. Twice my right hand slipped and I almost fell. Man, I nearly spitted my heart out. A plane passed and I saw a baby inside with no hair laughing at me. I pushed myself up and continued to curse.

It’s the angel who's shaking the ladder, as it turned out. I was about one thousand steps from where he was, sitting at the top of the ladders with a beer in hand, drinking, shaking the ladder.

“Why are you doing this!" I screamed.

“I am bored."

Then I was there, winded, my body compressed like a butterfly specimen, but I was stunned by the vastness and beauty of the cloud. It was dense, smoky, misty, and I was right in the middle of it. The sun came through but was filtered down into some sort of a holy light. It's better than the kind of heaven I used to dream about.

The angel came forward and grabbed my arm and tossed me out of the ladder. I thought I was dying, but when I fell upon the cloud I didn't fall through. The cloud was soft, but didn't break. I rolled around and around, screaming, and crying. I was here, finally. I thought about my girl, my marriage.

“You want a beer?” the angel asked.

“No. I gotta run back down now. My girlfriend’s probably here by this time.”

The angel shrugged and brought me to the part of the cloud that belonged to me. It’s very discernible because it’s a statue of me and my girlfriend. We’re in our wedding gown standing side by side, looking at each other, her arm around mine, tight.

“It’s beautiful,” I said.

The angel sat on the cloud and took a long pull from his bottle and didn’t answer. I plucked the cloud-statue out and told the angel that I was ready. He took his time taking a last pull before standing up. He threw the can away and spitted on the cloud. The spit hissed on the cloud and disappeared, no trace left.

"Can I move in here with my girlfriend?" I asked the angel.

"Why?"

"It's beautiful here."

"It depends."

"Depends on what?"

"Your girlfriend," the angel said. Then he gave out a long whistle that almost deafened me and a giant cockroach was summoned up.

“Ready?” the cockroach said to the angle.

“You’re ready?” the angel said to me.

“I don’t know what to say,” I said. We got on the cockroach and slowly it circled its way down. Its wings flapped frantically but soundlessly. I touched its skin. It's smooth, like it’d been varnished. I bent down for a closer look. Man, was it clean, was it stainless. I felt sorry for all the fellow cockroaches that had their lives taken by my plump hands.

We touched ground and the streets were flooded with people. They're singing the national anthem, applauding, the cats and dogs making fierce love, the tigers and elephants and dragons running wild and around. My parents were on their knees, crying.

Then I saw her. As I walked toward her people backed off to make space for me.

The iBanker was standing next to her. He's in suit and tie, an iPad in one hand.

I ignored the guy and knelt down before her.

"Here it is,” I held out the statue to her.

She took it and without looking at it she passed the thing to the iBanker. He looked at it, put it on the floor and scanned the thing with his iPad. I was on my knees, waiting. The world was waiting.

“Any buyer?” she asked the guy after a while.

“No.”

“Let’s wait.”

And we waited. After a few hours people started leaving. There’re no more songs, no more cheering, the cats and dogs started to separate and chase and yell and hate at each other. The cockroach and angel were nowhere to be seen. My parents were still there though, on their knees, but no longer crying, they're watching us, their mouths gaping. I looked back at my girlfriend, who’s looking at the iPad while the cloud-statue stood beside her. I wondered if there’s anything else I could do for her.

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ISSUES
Away in England
Updated Feb 16, 2017
PG-13
0
1727
0
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12-year-old Lydia Morrison has been daydreaming too much in class and it's driving her teachers and classmates insane. After a parent-teacher conference, her parents are forced to send her to stay with relatives living in England, yet Lydia runs away from home. After receiving a strange letter from a mysterious owl, Lydia is is taken to Hogwash School of Magic & Mastery. There Lydia finds herself inserted into the worst house in  Hogwash and is quickly embroiled in a mystery that (if left unsolved) could destroy the entire school!

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Away in England

12-year-old Lydia Morrison has been daydreaming too much in class and it's driving her teachers and classmates insane. After a parent-teacher conference, her parents are forced to send her to stay with relatives living in England, yet Lydia runs away from home. After receiving a strange letter from a mysterious owl, Lydia is is taken to Hogwash School of Magic & Mastery. There Lydia finds herself inserted into the worst house in  Hogwash and is quickly embroiled in a mystery that (if left unsolved) could destroy the entire school!

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10
ISSUES
Inside Out: Being Bipolar
Updated Feb 28, 2016
PG-13 On Break
16
2321
11
Dark
Parody

An Inside Out fanfic, as I'm sure you can tell. Little drabbles into the life of someone self-dxed with bipolar disorder, interpreted through the mechanics of Inside Out, ignoring the gaping plotholes.

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Inside Out: Being Bipolar

An Inside Out fanfic, as I'm sure you can tell. Little drabbles into the life of someone self-dxed with bipolar disorder, interpreted through the mechanics of Inside Out, ignoring the gaping plotholes.

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6Mins Each
1
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Pathos, Ethos, Logos
Updated Apr 5, 2018
PG-13
0
146
0
Adventure
Parody

There are few things that unite cultures and people all around the world. Language, food, and music are some, but there is nothing like the very human trait for the desire of understanding. We see the world through the eyes of curiosity, trying to explain the wondrous and confusing, often trying to find meaning in the nooks and crannies of life. And everybody loves a re-telling, especially told by a cynical know-it-all whoclaimshe was there.

Strap in for some ridiculous, sad, and probably only half-true version of some of my favorite myths and fables, told from the point of view by a very snippy fairy, who for some reason resembles a particularly satyr-like Greek god...

NOTE: absolute NONE of my re-telling's are meant to be offensive in any way. If I have made a rude stereotype, or said something insensitive, please feel free to let me know! I like to write these re-telling's for fun, and maybe a few laughs. Please know that all stories come from somewhere, and their origins are extremely valuable, especially to the cultures they come from.

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Pathos, Ethos, Logos

There are few things that unite cultures and people all around the world. Language, food, and music are some, but there is nothing like the very human trait for the desire of understanding. We see the world through the eyes of curiosity, trying to explain the wondrous and confusing, often trying to find meaning in the nooks and crannies of life. And everybody loves a re-telling, especially told by a cynical know-it-all whoclaimshe was there.

Strap in for some ridiculous, sad, and probably only half-true version of some of my favorite myths and fables, told from the point of view by a very snippy fairy, who for some reason resembles a particularly satyr-like Greek god...

NOTE: absolute NONE of my re-telling's are meant to be offensive in any way. If I have made a rude stereotype, or said something insensitive, please feel free to let me know! I like to write these re-telling's for fun, and maybe a few laughs. Please know that all stories come from somewhere, and their origins are extremely valuable, especially to the cultures they come from.

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1
ISSUE
我係娘娘最忠心嘅兵仔,為咗佢我可以獻上自己所有嘢
Updated Aug 28, 2017
G
1
156
0
Humor
Parody

眼見在自己的居住地有很多男生為了取悅自己心儀的「女神」而犧牲了許多東西,金錢、時間、心力、勞力……等等。這篇短篇小說希望能以幽默詼諧的文筆手法引出大家的共鳴。並藉此希望各位正在當「觀音兵」的男孩別再為「女神」浪費時間,他衹是把你當作一個呼之則來揮之則去的「工具人」而已。
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我係娘娘最忠心嘅兵仔,為咗佢我可以獻上自己所有嘢

眼見在自己的居住地有很多男生為了取悅自己心儀的「女神」而犧牲了許多東西,金錢、時間、心力、勞力……等等。這篇短篇小說希望能以幽默詼諧的文筆手法引出大家的共鳴。並藉此希望各位正在當「觀音兵」的男孩別再為「女神」浪費時間,他衹是把你當作一個呼之則來揮之則去的「工具人」而已。
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Updated May 14, 2017
PG Completed
0
330
0
Parody
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Noragami fanfic based on the fact that banishing phantoms is awesome, and Hiyori's awesome.

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Noragami fanfic based on the fact that banishing phantoms is awesome, and Hiyori's awesome.

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Updated May 14, 2017
PG Completed
0
319
0
Parody
Romance

Fanfiction crossover for Noragami and Legend of Korra.

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Fanfiction crossover for Noragami and Legend of Korra.

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A Pseudo-Scientific Note on Why Bumblebees Shouldn't Fly
Updated Mar 6, 2017
G
5
439
49
Parody
Sarcasm

First I want to start off by saying that the bumblebees in question are the real life bumblebees you see in the field or at home, not the pairing for Yang and Blake from the honorary totally legitimate anime dude, it's seriously a cartoon done up like an anime, but it's certainly not Bugs Bunny or Courage the Cowardly Dog RWBY, which, by all means, should fly, in this humble (but extremely awesome, qualified, certified, professional, and certainly not biased or amateurish) scientist's opinion.

That is all you really need to know to begin, so, without further ado, read on.

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A Pseudo-Scientific Note on Why Bumblebees Shouldn't Fly

First I want to start off by saying that the bumblebees in question are the real life bumblebees you see in the field or at home, not the pairing for Yang and Blake from the honorary totally legitimate anime dude, it's seriously a cartoon done up like an anime, but it's certainly not Bugs Bunny or Courage the Cowardly Dog RWBY, which, by all means, should fly, in this humble (but extremely awesome, qualified, certified, professional, and certainly not biased or amateurish) scientist's opinion.

That is all you really need to know to begin, so, without further ado, read on.

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333 Ways to get kicked out of Gotham City
Updated Mar 4, 2017
G
5
442
0
Humor
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Have you ever wondered what batman is like off screen? Or why Robin had a complete outfit change for Teen Titans? Well, now it's time to find out, with a list of 333 ways to get your butt kicked out of Gotham City (I'm still really surprised these guys haven't actually got kicked out yet....)

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Have you ever wondered what batman is like off screen? Or why Robin had a complete outfit change for Teen Titans? Well, now it's time to find out, with a list of 333 ways to get your butt kicked out of Gotham City (I'm still really surprised these guys haven't actually got kicked out yet....)

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THE WHISTLE
Updated Jan 1, 2017
G
0
239
0
Parody
Short Story

A modern take on the story 'The Tinderbox' 

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THE WHISTLE

A modern take on the story 'The Tinderbox' 

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Nine Tailed Wolfe
Updated Dec 1, 2016
PG
2
384
4
Parody
Friendship

A place for my silly adventure parody things for the heroes of Tails of a Wolfe. A parody of my work, based on little things I wrote and got infested by plot bunnies with. It shall be fun...um, that's the plan, anyways!

Note: I have no real reason to name this thing Nine Tailed Wolfe, but in the story there are four seasons to collect, four Animen searching, and Noel...so that's nine! Y-yeah...I have it all planned out.

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Nine Tailed Wolfe

A place for my silly adventure parody things for the heroes of Tails of a Wolfe. A parody of my work, based on little things I wrote and got infested by plot bunnies with. It shall be fun...um, that's the plan, anyways!

Note: I have no real reason to name this thing Nine Tailed Wolfe, but in the story there are four seasons to collect, four Animen searching, and Noel...so that's nine! Y-yeah...I have it all planned out.

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