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The Longest Thread (Misadventures)

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2 minutes ago, Rebecca said:

“Yay!!!” cheered Narrator Rebecca. Shardiversarys were fun! Narrator Rebecca asks Narrator Gancho if he has a special post planned for the occasion.

Just now, Lunamor said:

Narrator Lunamor cheered for Narrator Gancho. Then proceeded to ponder how he had managed to have 1/2 of a post. Was it a picture? Status update? A comment on a status update? What was it?!?

Narrator Gancho was excited that people were happy for him!

"Yeah, I do have a special post!" Narrator Gancho said. "I wanted my 2,446th post to be tomorrow, and it was going to be really special! I've been saving it up for weeks, waiting for the perfect time to post it-"

Oh.

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Google doesn't like the amazing shape.

Narrator Ghanderflaffle shook her head. "Poor Gancho..."

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Butterflutter the Eighth had an allergy attack.

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It was her eighth birthday, you see.

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“Fie! Curses! Fiddlesticks and huddlecrumbs!” Said Butterflutter the Eighth, before snapping the neck of that guy who wrote “The Tragedy of Thaylen City.”

Butterflutter the Eight had enough to handle with their allergies without having to deal with emotional devastation.

A Butterflutter can only take so much y’know?

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And then she passed out, covered in hives.

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“Good grief! What’s all this now?Said Brutus, the magical talking British bulldog in a bowler hat.

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Plot twist! Brutus was actually an Australian bulldog.

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Who kinda looked like a bullfrog.

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But also kind of like a spider.

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He was actually rather horrifying to look at. He kind of looked liked the puppy monkey baby, except the monkey and baby was replaced with bullfrog and spider.

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Ate a chair. Wyndle was upset.

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“Crickey! I’m bleedin’ gobsmacked!” said Brutus, the MAGICAL TALKING BRITISH BULLDOG IN A BOWLER HAT no matter what people said about his hideously froggish looks and Australian heritage. 

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Autocorrect sniped me *facepalm*
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He was wearing only his question mark outfit (not the t-shirt one) and Waddles was trying to lick his face.

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He was a jerk. His nickname was Jerky McJerkface.

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Jerky McJerkface was in fact such a jerk that at school he had a nickname. It was “You heckin jerk.”

 

His school had a strict no swearing policy. Which he broke consistently.

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He wouldn’t quit calling everyone rotting chull dung.

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The kids would then respond with “Rusting Scadcadder!” Which was fine because they were not real swear words, they were from the incredibly popular book “Fogbirthed”, by Sanders Brandonson.

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So he’d retaliate with “Storming Lighteyes!”

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Which came from the acclaimed work "The Path of Monarchs", the first book of the bestselling series "Tempestglow Library".

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"Hey guys! It's me, Jerry!" Jerry said.

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Tom said, let there be light, and there was light!  And Tom saw the light was good, and he was pleased.  Then in a dark corner, Tom saw Jerry.  So, Tom ate Jerry, and he was very pleased.  And he rested, for his destiny had been fulfilled.

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