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During one of her aimless strolls in Wonderland Woods, Alice stumbled upon a clearing she'd never seen before. At first Alice thought this was odd, considering how often she walked through these woods, but then again, this was Wonderland; things were always changing.
The ground Alice walked on had square tiles like a chessboard, which alternated between healthy grass and white, chipped stone slabs. Surrounding the clearing were these huge, olive stalks that were so close together that there might as well have been a wall keeping her in.
The one thing that stood out the most to Alice was a small circular table and blocky chair. On closer inspection, Alice found a muffin resting on the table. Alice glanced back at the entry to the clearing, her Vorpal Blade already in hand. Nothing was seen or heard by Alice, so she eased up after while and sat down. She still placed her knife on the table in case any thing got any bright ideas.
Alice peeled the paper off the muffin and
Sick and PamperedSick and PamperedSick and Pampered by MisterDisposable
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"Nah, baby girl, I'm gonna be fine." Bryan mumbled into his phone. "Look, I don't want you getting- hold on-" Bryan turned away and coughed several times. When he got back on the phone, all he heard was the disconnected dial-tone.
"Great." Bryan groaned. Megan was probably gathering her stuff up right now to take care of him. He didn't know if he was contagious or not, or even what he had. All he knew was that he had a headache, no energy, and apparently a taste for mind-numbingly stupid entertainment. Bryan's YouTube app was stuck between playing Dolan or Spoderman videos.
Eventually Bryan heard his doorbell ringing repeatedly. "I don't want to get up, I really don't." he muttered to himself. A couple of moments after the ringing stopped, he got a call.
"The door's unlocked. I'm in bed." Bryan mumbled.
"Oh." Megan said before hanging up. A while later, he heard Megan knock on his door before coming in.
"Are you feeling any better?" she asked in a soft, uplifting tone
The Moove Back, part 2The Moove Back, part 2The Moove Back, part 2 by MisterDisposable
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"So how was Blackhouser? Heard it gets pretty cold up there." Molly asked, taking another sip of her drink.
"It can." Marie nodded. In the back of her mind, she felt bad for not being as engaged as she wanted to be, but she just couldn't get past Molly's Holsteinesque appearance. It was such a glaring and inexplicable series of changes that Marie had to resist gawking at Molly, or bombarding her with questions about them.
"And how were the classes, moo?" Molly asked.
"Fine- wait!" Marie's head spun to her right to face Molly. "Did, did you just say 'moo?' "
"Did I?" Molly wondered, to which Marie nodded her head vigorously. "I guess it must've slipped out or something.
"Anyways, yoou were saying?"
"Actually, I have a few more questions, if you don't mind." Marie interjected. This seemed like a good chance for her to get some much-wanted answers.
"Go ahead." Molly said, though there was the faintest hint of doubt in her voice. Regardless, Marie continued.
The Moove Back, part 1The Moove Back, part 1The Moove Back, part 1 by MisterDisposable
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It was a pleasantly sunny day in Westernfield. The residents didn't think anything of it since the town had such a steady weather pattern that, in June, days like this were simply taken for granted. But to Marie, the sun's warmth, balanced by the light breeze brushing across her smooth skin made her feel alive. It was certainly something that took her thoughts away from her red SUV being refueled by a money-hungry pump a few yards behind her.
Nice days like this weren't common back at Blackhouser College, or if they were, they all happened while she was in her dorm room or a classroom. Blackhouser was the main college in a city about four hours north of Westernfield, and Marie was interested in the wide range of business classes and degrees the college offered. She stayed there for four years taking the necessary courses she'd need to work as a business secretary, and she spent half a year applying and working for those kinds of jobs.
On the downside, she never d