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I have never seen

I have never seen

God damn. it.

God damn. it.

Especially if they complain about each other to the online friend all the time but don't realize

Especially if they complain about each other to the online friend all the time but don't realize

[open rp. Be the boy] I drop one accidentaly that says, "Jason" I look at the glass as a he appears. I gasp as you apear. You looked confused. "Where am i!?" You say to me.

[open rp. Be the boy] I drop one accidentaly that says, "Jason" I look at the glass as a he appears. I gasp as you apear. You looked confused. "Where am i!?" You say to me.

Every hundred years, the Seven Deadly Sins meet in Hell for a tournament. The winner earns the right to be humanity's most prominent sin until the next tournament comes around.

Every hundred years, the Seven Deadly Sins meet in Hell for a tournament. The winner earns the right to be humanity's most prominent sin until the next tournament comes around.

All I'm thinking is: Vampire Resturant.

All I'm thinking is: Vampire Resturant.

Writing Prompt | "Undercover Friends" | You slowly start to realize that all of your friends are undercover agents tasked with keeping you alive. Then at your birthday party, with every friend surrounding you, the people truing to kill you finally find you.

Writing Prompt | "Undercover Friends" | You slowly start to realize that all of your friends are undercover agents tasked with keeping you alive. Then at your birthday party, with every friend surrounding you, the people truing to kill you finally find you.

Haikyuu!!

Haikyuu!!

The house was never silent. Anna's feet ran to and fro, Lisbeth's laughter echoed down the halls, and Georgia's soft, crooning voice soothed those who made their home there. But for the home to be completely silent was a terrible sign, and she knew something was horribly, devastatingly wrong.

The house was never silent. Anna's feet ran to and fro, Lisbeth's laughter echoed down the halls, and Georgia's soft, crooning voice soothed those who made their home there. But for the home to be completely silent was a terrible sign, and she knew something was horribly, devastatingly wrong.