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Butterfly Mu
Apr 17, 2018
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Everyone dreads when winter turns to spring for one specific reason: the Fever. Children stop going to school, people rarely leave their homes, and the virus spreads like wildfire.53Please respect copyright.PENANAL4NGuEZUnL
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Two years ago, people started to get extremely sick all around the world. Most people assumed that it was like another Ebola-like case and didn't think much about it, until it began claiming more and more lives. After spring ended and the symptoms faded from those who were victim, doctors, biologists, and other scientists began a crazed study over why and how the Spring Fever came to be.53Please respect copyright.PENANAuIYw2tF2MT
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I caught it last year and it was terrible. You do get a fever . . . And weird bumps, and a sore throat, and dry eyes, and a whole mess of symptoms, and it seems like there's no cure. You just wait it out until the end of spring. For some reason, during late June, the symptoms fade . . . Only after they completely destroy your body.53Please respect copyright.PENANAMZMctViQGU
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But this year, I'm going to be prepared. I've stocked up on food and supplies, and I've decided to barricade myself indoors for the next three months. I'm going to be one of the few who survive the spring without catching the Fever.53Please respect copyright.PENANAdrY08sE7n2
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People used to be so excited for spring--warm vacations, cool weather, pretty flowers--but now it's something that we all fear. No one knows how the Spring Fever came to be, but there are some theories that a new flower that blossomed for the first time two springs ago released a toxin into the air across the world. As a result, many got sick and many died. Other theories suggest that it's a sign that the world's going to end, or that global warming is now officially the largest problem. The former really resonates with the Church, the latter doesn't make any sense due to the fact that it goes away during summer. So now, at least two weeks before the first day of the deadly season, we all hide. And it seems like the entire world shuts down for three months.53Please respect copyright.PENANATRKSoMm3O9
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And as for the flower . . . Around summer time it and all of its demented clones wilt away and die. The world returns to normal, and funerals are held for the victims. This spring, I'll make sure that I stay in good health all season. Goodbye for now, World. See you in about three months.53Please respect copyright.PENANAXB8JNBF6rl
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