The man of sequence didn’t quite realise his influence.
He knew he had some sort of extraordinary power, but not that much. Continue reading →
Mrs. Plottzz lived in Pottsville and she collected pots, lots and lots, in fact she couldn’t stop. Continue reading →
Valerie Vikiwatsup was a vegan.
She loved animals and had no intention of ever eating them, cooked or raw. Continue reading →
The alien was stuck on earth in the middle of open farmland.
Blah Brah was from Blataviah, which was afar, a far distant galaxy. Continue reading →
Goldstar Shinyboots, he says that’s his real name, was a big time singer slash songwriter in the early part of the aftermath of the last century and later, but before that. Continue reading →
There was nothing wrong with Samuel’s eyes, he had two in reasonable working order like most other people.
He just needed glasses that’s all, badly. Continue reading →
Antonio Oho dreamed of flying.
So what, you might say, so do millions of others, so they buy a ticket and go. Continue reading →
There was a man called Doug Holz who worked for the national library in a country that I’d prefer not to mention because I don’t know which one it was. Continue reading →
The reason that some girls snicker, is that boys are funny.
Not funny like boys think they are, witty with a subtle touch of sarcasm. Continue reading →
There was a man who spoke the wrong language his name was Nitrogen Peroxide, and don’t ask, it’s just a coincidence.
He gets so tired of that dumb question that you didn’t ask. Continue reading →
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