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The First New Apostle

Mother Mary appeared to him in a dream. She said, ‘Restituto, I want you to fight for women’s reproductive health.” The mother of our Lord’s clothes were shimmering, like the material was made of some sort of bright colored metal. … Continue reading

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Ramon Bong Revilla Jr Captured by Bad Guys

The bad guys have managed to capture Ramon Bong Revilla Jr. They tied up his arms then they tied him to a chair. They beat him up several times but he was just too strong mentally. They couldn’t get the … Continue reading

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Eulogy

Eulogy The saddest most beautiful girl in the world killed herself last night. She finally did it, the idiot. And now the joke turns out to be real. “You should say something funny at my funeral,” she said. “What makes … Continue reading

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We Confront the Politicians

We Confront the Politicians On the television screen, a thin rugged-looking young man, an AK-47 slung on one shoulder, drags a fat half-naked older man to the chair in the center of the room. Behind the now-seated man, on the … Continue reading

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Desperate Country In Need of Dragons

Desperate Country In Need of Dragons Dragons are our only option left. With their help we can finally put a stop to what the politicians have been doing to our country. Surely the dragons must understand, surely they will hear … Continue reading

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Sigbin Story

I think that in the end, we are all just decaying organic matter, and nobody loves us, and we would all die alone, and sad and miserable, and what the hell is that you’re eating. They’re grubs. Gasp. These are … Continue reading

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Anti-Epal Underground Collective

Anti-Epal Underground Collective Posters sprouted like mushroom overnight, showing the name and the face of this one politician. This must have happened at night time. Someone must have hammered the wooden-braced tarpaulins onto the electric poles while there were few … Continue reading

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