The photographer had done a great job including the yacht and getting his ’good’ side.
He had made a great location choice, he reassured himself. The scenery added to his mystique and sense of aesthetic sophistication. It gave him depth too. Still, aside from the success-oozing view from his crib, they could’ve got rid of the shit on his balcony and photoshopped some more so his legs wouldn’t look so fat.
Now all he needed was a vanity plate that embodied his purpose in life ánd world peace. Pussywagon no. 2 simply wasn’t going to cut it this time.
This time he needed something epic.
Like ‘lawnmower’. That would definitely attract hot girls. Or at least women who were into gardeners.
Keeping society safe from wild life attacks is important. Not sure keeping trees behind such a fence is the most effective way although they seem to not be going anywhere soon…
But that’s what they thought in Jurassic Park too,
so I am not convinced things won’t go horribly wrong as soon as some storm comes along and the Tree-rex escapes.
After telling Chimney to back off and stop emitting such filthy slander, Staircase turned around and put its arm around Silo’s shoulder.
‘Chimney, that b’tch, has no right calling you names. She might look shiny and think herself to be the blueprint of perfection but her heart is black and her judgement clouded.’,
Staircase whispered into Silo’s ears.
Staircase kept uttering words to help Silo overcome the insecurities about her curves and make her realize she was gorgeous. Staircase even gave a whole speech that Chimneys were a good example that no matter how flashy things seem, it is actually the inside that counts. And that only Silo’s had that.
Hopefully this would put an end to Silo’s eating-disorder too. They needed her happy and full, above all.
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Ben, all grown up. His parents were so proud of him, all the girls thought he was handsome and all the boys looked up to him. His posture impeccable and his manners effortless like he had all the time in the world.
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