Story: Serious Business

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Story: Serious Business

Postby SuperGiantRobot » 11 Oct 2011 15:34

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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby Makkon » 11 Oct 2011 16:30

I found this quite charming, and well written. Good stuff, man. :)
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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby PiercingSight » 11 Oct 2011 16:32

:lol:
I like it.
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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby SuperGiantRobot » 11 Oct 2011 16:44

It's exactly the sort of thing she'd do, too. Took me five minutes to come up with the premise, about another 30 to write it.

I don't usually come up with stuff that works so perfectly.
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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby Facade » 11 Oct 2011 19:37

haha you wrote this epic man nice work loved it ^.^
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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby bartekko » 14 Oct 2011 06:37

haven't had read such a great condensed story in months
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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby SuperGiantRobot » 14 Oct 2011 16:11

A story doesn't have to be big to be good, it just has to be fun to read.

Did one hell of a poem a while back, too.

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I'm the one who gave him that name.

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Re: Story: Serious Business

Postby Evdog » 23 Jan 2012 00:33

I can imagine this stretched out, given that it had a B-plot, to 22 minutes. Great story!
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