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Your Stories / My Love For You
« Last post by Person Mc Realhuman on 10:43 PM, 03/23/19 »
My love for you is like a cup of tea, filling you with pleasant warmth.

My love for you is like a faithful dog, always by your side.

My love for you is like a sapling, growing with every second of every day.

My love for you is like the vastness of space, never ending and without limits.

My love for you is like a crutch,  there for you to support yourself with.

My love for you is like an art gallery, full of interesting pieces for you to discover, if you just gave it a chance.

My love for you is like a good song, something to get lost in.

My love for you is like a suit of armor, protecting you from the harshness of the world.

My love for you is like chocolate, a delectable treat to indulge in any time you wish.

My love for you is like a firework, beautiful and bright, it lights up the night sky.

My love for you is like the ocean, far more vast than anyone could even fathom.

My love for you is like a fast food chain, you can find it everywhere you go.

My love for you is like a run on sentence going on and on to keep you entertained no matter how embarrassing it may be.

My love for you is like coffee, warm and energizing.

My love for you is like meat, tasty and easy to sink your teeth into.

My love for you is like a soft kiss, you can feel it on your face.

My live for you is like dewdrops, clinging to what they care about despite the challenges ahead.

My love for you is like the blood in your veins, it flows through you into every piece of your being.

My love for you is like a tapeworm, deep inside of you at all times.

My love for you is like dust,  it permeates every inch of your home, no matter what you do.

My love for you is like a massive stain, impossible to remove or ignore.

My love for you is like a flame, all consuming.

My love for you is like your home, easy to enter and explore.

My love for you is like a pale hand,  you feel it on you at the dead of night.

My love for you is like the heat death of the universe, completely inescapable.

My love for you is like a wounded child, full of soft meat for you to devour.

My love for you is like the government, always watching  to ensure you stay safe.

My live for you is tender

My love for you is warm

My love for you is inescapable.

Soon, I will share it with you.




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Thanks, dude!
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General Discussion / Re: Im new to this form and I have a question
« Last post by Slimebeast on 01:45 AM, 03/23/19 »
Yeah, front page is just basically to showcase what folks have posted. :) Don't sweat it.
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General Discussion / Re: Im new to this form and I have a question
« Last post by Lyca on 08:21 AM, 03/22/19 »
The newest story will show up on the front page. When more new ones get added they will bump yours off the page.
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General Discussion / Re: The Dark Horse Returns.
« Last post by ClayGreel on 03:26 AM, 03/22/19 »
Vous ne savez pas comment m'aider? En ce qui concerne les connaissances que je recherche, je continue à partager ces informations.
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Your Stories / Re: The Ghost On My Door
« Last post by ClayGreel on 03:25 AM, 03/22/19 »
Est-ce que je veux vraiment savoir comment scanner le site et que la plupart des informations à ce sujet sont suffisantes à expliquer?
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 Do all the stories show up onto the front page, or did I do something in settings to get it there?  The story needs some work, so if I can undo that somehow  that would be nice.
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Story Critique / Nonlinear
« Last post by Person Mc Realhuman on 10:48 PM, 03/19/19 »
(So I don't really know if its OK to post the same story to multiple boards, so if it isn't tell me and ill take this down.)

“Let's review what happened yesterday, and see if we can put the pieces back together”

Letting out a slow yawn, I start to wake up.

“No, I'm pretty sure I'm you from five minutes ago.”

Something felt off, I thought to myself

“Why do you feel strange?”

Rolling down the stairs, I land face first onto the  concrete.

Slowly, I open my eyes.

“You sure?”

“I feel strange”

My eyes drifted to the alarm clock, and I did a double take.

“Okay, let's try that. Not like we have much to lose.”

I spring out of bed, rapidly getting dressed and running out the door.

Something was…off…

“I don't know man, I thought you would know what to do!”

What year is it?

 It was one PM!

“oh, shit.”

As I'm going down the front steps, I slip on a patch of ice.

 I scrabble to my feet, and get into the car,

 “Why would I know what to do?”

My boss was pissed, as expected.

I kill a few hours of my life at work, and head back home.

“...Yes, That IS strange, isn't it?”

“Okay, I have an idea.”

“Something has gone wrong with time.”

The fall had knocked the wind out of me.

After watching some TV, I fall asleep.

“What's the idea?”

“Aren't you me from the future? I thought we would have worked this all out by then.”

“Well, what should we do?”
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Your Stories / Nonlinear
« Last post by Person Mc Realhuman on 10:41 PM, 03/19/19 »
“Let's review what happened yesterday, and see if we can put the pieces back together”

Letting out a slow yawn, I start to wake up.

“No, I'm pretty sure I'm you from five minutes ago.”

Something felt off, I thought to myself

“Why do you feel strange?”

Rolling down the stairs, I land face first onto the  concrete.

Slowly, I open my eyes.

“You sure?”

“I feel strange”

My eyes drifted to the alarm clock, and I did a double take.

“Okay, let's try that. Not like we have much to lose.”

I spring out of bed, rapidly getting dressed and running out the door.

Something was…off…

“I don't know man, I thought you would know what to do!”

What year is it?

 It was one PM!

“oh, shit.”

As I'm going down the front steps, I slip on a patch of ice.

 I scrabble to my feet, and get into the car,

 “Why would I know what to do?”

My boss was pissed, as expected.

I kill a few hours of my life at work, and head back home.

“...Yes, That IS strange, isn't it?”

“Okay, I have an idea.”

“Something has gone wrong with time.”

The fall had knocked the wind out of me.

After watching some TV, I fall asleep.

“What's the idea?”

“Aren't you me from the future? I thought we would have worked this all out by then.”

“Well, what should we do?”

“I don't know”

“Did it work? Did we fix time?”

“Seems like we did!”

“Great! Now If we can get out of here, we can-”

“What's the idea?”


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General Discussion / Re: This really happened.
« Last post by Lyca on 04:52 PM, 03/14/19 »
I once took part in an air sea rescue.

A few years ago I took a helicopter flying lesson at Blackpool Airport. It was a birthday gift. It was something I've always wanted to do. The lesson was supposed to be 45 mins long. We were to spend 10 minutes going through the controls on the ground, then I was supposed to take over the controls, 'pilot' the helicopter 20 metres off the ground, hover for a few mins and the land. We would do this twice, apparently.

So I was feeling really impatient while we were going through the controls because I just wanted to be in the air. I listened though, because the Instructor told me how important that bit was.

Eventually we got in the air. I wanted to go higher but he said  no, it wouldn't be safe. Any higher and the wind would make the 'copter too hard for me to control.

I was just about to take it down under his instruction when the radio sprung to life.

A little orange light was bleeping and  the Instructor said "You have to hold it steady for a few seconds while I take this."

I did as I was told and he put his headphones on to listen to the person on the radio.  I could kind of hear the tinny voice but couldn't make out what it was saying.

Straight away the Instructor grabbed the joystick from me and the helicopter rose higher in the air. "Scoot over and change seats" he told me. I quickly moved over and he sat down where I'd just been sitting.

I asked what was wrong.

"Someone is stranded on Salters Bank, the tide is coming in and I need to get them." He told me.

"Couldn't you have let me off first?"I asked

"No time." he replied very sharply. "I have maybe 10 minutes tops to get there."

I knew Salters Bank. Just south of the airport, between St Annes and Lytham. It's fairly dangerous because it looks so calm, like a big flat plain of sand.,except it's not flat even though it looks like it is. It's raised in the middle and lower near the shore so the tide coming also from  the Ribble Estuary can come in deceptively quickly and cut you off and you wouldn't even see it coming until you tried to walk back and just saw sea where the sand should be. The tide goes out for almost two  miles and it is possible to walk to the estuary markers (I've done it) but you have to know the tide times.

Anyway we were in the sky now, and banking left towards the bank. I would have enjoyed the flight if not for the circumstances.

I could see the bank and the sea all around it. The mound of sand was about 50 meters wide but it was shrinking rapidly. I could see a guy stood in the middle waving his arms wildly.  He was like stood on a little sand island almost a mile out to sea. He was truly cut off and his island was getting smaller by the minute.

The Instructor/Pilot landed the helicopter on the sand about 20 metres away from the arm waving guy. As soon as it landed the pilot opened the door and gestured for the man to hurry up. I don't think the guy needed to be told that. He was already booking it towards the helicopter.

"Get in quick." the pilot said. Again I don't think he needed to be told that. He climbed in next to me and I was in the middle a bit squished against both guys. I noticed arm waving guy was holding a smartphone.
He'd realised he was stranded, he'd called 999 and asked for the coastguard, and the coastguard had radioed the instructor who was taking my lesson as he worked as a part time volunteer for air rescue.
Turns out they have 3 helicopters, the small one that I was in, a bigger one for bigger rescues, and a massive one that is also used as an air ambulance, (that one also has a landing pad on the roof of Preston Hospital)

So the pilot took off and headed back towards the airport. Both me and arm waving guy were looking out of the window at the sea completely covering the sandbank. The pilot was right. He did only have minutes and if he'd took the helicopter down to let me out it may have been too late.

So that's the story of how I once took part in an air/sea rescue. Remember, I did hold the helicopter steady while he took the call.

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