A real train-ing schoolThis is the Story of Anthony Wayne.A real train-ing school by Hedging
your every day average young boy down the lane.
He lived in a two story chimneyless red brick house
with his mother Maddy, who was his father Gus' spouse.
He was a smart little boy, with hight self esteem.
No wonder he became captain of the school baseball team.
He also was really kindhearted as well.
Not afraid to ever come out of shell
and be open with others, even a crowd.
That made most of his acquintances rather proud.
But sometimes, I'm afraid that being nice can't save you.
But money I'm afraid can certainly deprave you.
Deprave means make wicked for those who are dumb
or still little babies sucking their thumbs
For his parents ran a factory for a brand of tooth paste
that was quite a horrible and bitter thing to taste.
So naturally, their profits were beginning to decline.
And to those two, that was certainly not fine!!
You see, they wanted money! In check or cash
so that they could spend it and then make a dash
for the lovely islands in pret
A fishy new life: happy ending and a wedding“Married?!” The baxters all exclaimed.A fishy new life: happy ending and a wedding by Hedging
“That’s right!” Rover said. “Crabby and I are a lot alike!”
“WEll congrats to you both!” Richard said smiling. “We’ll arrange the wedding!
Karen suddenly gasped.
“What is it dear?” Richard asked.
“It’s our anniversary!” Karen cried.
“Oh my god it is!” RIchard cried.
“I know just the spot for you two lovebirds to have it.” Boris said smiling. “Ocean view suites. It has a view of all Aquania on the top floot!”
“That sounds expensive.” Richard said. “Even for us!”
“It’s on me!” Boris said. “I owe you guys for saving me!”
“Thank you Boris!” Karen said.
“Much appreciated.” added Richard. “But we only did part of the saving really. We’d like to thank some others.”
“Very well.” King Boris replied.
A fishy new life: heroic sacrifice and a surprise.Everyone in Metropolis was coming to the cave ready to attack!A fishy new life: heroic sacrifice and a surprise. by Hedging
“Alright!” Richard said. “I’ll go ahead and sniff out any sharks. If there are any, we attack and rescue the kids. IF not, we go in and get them out of there before they show up.
Richard went in.. sniffed it out..there were sharks!
“They’re in there!” Richard cried. “Charge!”
Everyone entered the cave with swords and were ready to attack....but to their surprise, the sharks were in the cave sleeping!
“What the....” Karen said.
Suddenly, there was a giant flash of light and everyone turned into polyps!
“What happened?!” Karen screamed.
The cave roof was torn open by the giant Isabelle!
“Fell right into my trap again!” Isabelle laughed.
“Where are our children?!” Richard demanded.
“They’re alive.” Isabelle said calmly. “For now. But threatening to kill them was part of my plan to lure you there! That i
How to give constructive criticism.It's happened to all of us. You post that drawing, photo or whatever you just made that you're very proud of. Everyone's liking it and giving it good feed back, it passes the 50 favorites mark and you even see it on the popular last 8-24 hours list. You're on top of the world, you're absolutly delighted, then the douche bag shows up. The douche waltzes in and says "you didn't do this, that's out of scale, that's colored wrong, you need to work on that, blah, blah, blah." So at this point you get upset and you try to remind yourself that it's constructive criticism. But then it just doesn't seem to stop and more people show up. You try to tell yourself that they're not trying to be mean or anything. Finally you lose your temper and call that douche every four lettered word you can think of, and then block as a way giving them a giant middle finger. Then you feel bad because you think you were being petty and maybe you shouldn't have blocked them.How to give constructive criticism. by MiGpilot25
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