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Death was bored. He had been doing the same job for eternity, collecting the souls of the departed and escorting them to the afterlife. He had seen it all: wars, plagues, famines, accidents, murders, suicides. He had no emotions, no preferences, no opinions. He was just a servant of fate, doing his duty without question.
But one day, he met a girl who changed everything. She was dying of a terminal illness, and he came to take her away. She was not afraid of him, unlike most people. She smiled at him and asked him his name.
"Death," he said.
"That's not a name. That's a title. What do you call yourself?" she asked.
"I don't have a name. I don't need one," he said.
"Well, I'll call you Dave. It suits you," she said.
She talked to him as if he was a friend, not an enemy. She told him about her life, her dreams, her regrets. She made him laugh with her jokes and stories. She made him curious with her questions and insights. She made him feel something he had never felt before: alive.
He decided to postpone her death for a while. He wanted to spend more time with her, to learn more about her, to enjoy her company. He knew it was wrong, but he didn't care. He was tired of being Death. He wanted to be Dave.
They became close, and he fell in love with her. He knew she loved him too, even though she didn't say it. He wanted to make her happy, to give her everything she deserved. He wanted to save her from death, to make her immortal like him.
But he couldn't. He had no power over life and death. He was only a messenger, not a master. He had broken the rules by delaying her death, and he had to face the consequences. The Fates came to punish him for his disobedience. They took away his immortality and made him mortal. They told him he would die soon, and he would never see her again.
He begged them to spare him, to let him stay with her. He offered them anything they wanted: his scythe, his cloak, his soul. But they refused. They said he had to pay for his sin, and there was no mercy for him.
He ran back to her, hoping to see her one last time. But he was too late. She had died while he was gone, and her soul had left with another reaper. He collapsed on the floor next to her body, crying and screaming. He felt a sharp pain in his chest, and he knew it was his heart breaking.
He died alone, holding her hand.
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2023-04-05 at 3:45 AM UTCGod forbid I want to smoke weed without feeling like I'm about to get swatted
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2023-04-05 at 1:15 PM UTCMajor plastic bag vibes today😬.
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2023-05-21 at 1:24 PM UTC**The Night of the Fairies**
Lila was a lonely girl who lived with her strict parents and her mean older brother, Max. She had no friends at school and spent most of her time reading books by her favorite author, Leo Star. He wrote stories about fairies and magic that made Lila feel happy and hopeful.
One night, Lila decided to sneak out of her house and go to the park. She had read in one of Leo's books that fairies came out at midnight and granted wishes to those who believed in them. Lila wanted to see the fairies and make a wish for a better life.
She arrived at the park and waited under a big oak tree. She looked at the sky and saw the stars twinkling. She wondered if Leo Star was watching them too. She wished he was her friend.
Suddenly, she heard a voice behind her.
"Hello, little girl. What are you doing here?"
Lila turned around and gasped. It was Leo Star himself! He looked just like he did on the cover of his books: young, handsome, and mysterious. He wore a black cloak and a silver pendant with a star on it.
"Leo Star?" Lila whispered. "Is it really you?"
"Yes, it is. And you are Lila, right? I know your name because you write to me often. You are my biggest fan."
Lila felt a surge of joy and disbelief. How did he know her name? How did he find her? Was this a dream?
"I can't believe it," she said. "You are my favorite author. I love your books so much."
"Thank you, Lila. That means a lot to me. You are very kind and smart. I like your letters too."
Leo smiled and took Lila's hand.
"Come with me," he said. "I have something to show you."
He led her to a clearing in the park where there was a circle of mushrooms.
"This is a fairy ring," he said. "It's a portal to another world. A world where fairies live."
Lila looked at him with wonder.
"Can we go there?" she asked.
"Yes, we can. But only if you trust me."
Lila nodded without hesitation.
"I trust you, Leo. You are my friend."
Leo smiled again and hugged her.
"Then let's go," he said.
He pulled her into the fairy ring and they disappeared in a flash of light.
They reappeared in a forest full of trees and flowers. The air was warm and sweet. Lila heard birds singing and insects buzzing. She saw butterflies and fireflies flying around.
She also saw fairies.
They were small and beautiful, with wings of different colors and shapes. They wore dresses made of petals and leaves. They had crowns of jediels and flowers on their heads.
They looked at Lila and Leo with curiosity and delight.
"Welcome to Fairyland," Leo said. "This is where I get my inspiration for my stories."
Lila felt a wave of awe and happiness.
"This is amazing," she said. "It's like a dream come true."
"It is," Leo said. "And it can be yours too."
He looked into her eyes and said:
"Lila, I have a confession to make. I'm not just an author. I'm also a fairy prince."
He took off his pendant and showed it to her.
"This is my royal seal," he said. "It proves that I'm the heir to the fairy throne."
"A fairy prince?" she repeated.
"Yes," Leo said. "And I have been looking for my soulmate for a long time. Someone who shares my love for stories and magic. Someone who understands me and accepts me for who I am."
He took her hand again and said:
"Lila, you are that someone. You are my soulmate."
He leaned closer and whispered:
"I love you, Lila."
Lila felt her heart skip a beat.
She looked at Leo's face and saw sincerity and tenderness in his eyes.
She felt the same way about him.
She loved him too.
She whispered back:
"I love you too, Leo."
They kissed softly under the moonlight.
The fairies cheered and clapped their hands.
They surrounded them with flowers and sparkles.
They celebrated their union with music and dance.
Lila felt like she was in heaven.
She had found her true love.
She had found her home.
She had found her happy ending.
2023-05-21 at 3:39 PM UTC"Beaver Boxing" the story of a woman that got fisted BIG TIME like full on punching as hard as they can both punch and getting the timing down, it was a real art form (mods please move tis to erotica thanks)
Once upon a time in a bustling city, there lived a woman named Amelia. She was a passionate and dedicated boxing enthusiast, mesmerized by the artistry and skill of the sport. Amelia had the privilege of witnessing two of the greatest fighter boxers in the world: Leo "The Lightning" Rivera and Max "The Mauler" Morgan.
Leo and Max were renowned for their exceptional abilities, each dominating their respective weight divisions. They were undefeated, their names etched in the annals of boxing history. Amelia, drawn to their charisma and strength, found herself captivated by both fighters. She admired Leo's lightning-fast punches and elusive footwork, as well as Max's relentless power and indomitable spirit.
As fate would have it, Amelia's path crossed with Leo and Max during a charity event. Intrigued by her profound knowledge and passion for the sport, they were drawn to her vibrant personality and genuine love for boxing. A deep bond formed between them, transcending the boundaries of a typical fan-fighter relationship.
But there was a bittersweet twist. Leo and Max, recognizing each other's extraordinary talent, had an unspoken agreement never to face one another in the ring. They believed their shared respect and friendship would be compromised by a match that could only result in a stalemate. This pact became a source of frustration for both fighters, yearning for the ultimate test of their abilities.
Amelia, torn between her affection for Leo and Max, understood the magnitude of their internal conflict. She witnessed their relentless training, their unyielding determination to prove their glory and skill over the other. As her love for them deepened, so did her desire to help them overcome their impasse.
Driven by an unwavering spirit and an audacious plan, Amelia proposed a series of events that would showcase Leo and Max's skills without compromising their bond. She organized exhibitions, skill challenges, and charity matches that pushed the limits of their abilities while ensuring the fights remained friendly and respectful.
The boxing world, eager to witness this unprecedented spectacle, rallied behind Amelia's initiative. Fans from all corners of the globe embraced the exhibitions, appreciating the magnificence of Leo and Max's performances while celebrating the unbreakable bond they shared.
Through Amelia's efforts, Leo and Max's rivalry transformed into a symbol of unity and mutual admiration. Their matches became legendary, not for their outcomes, but for the artistry and camaraderie they exhibited in the ring. The trio's journey inspired countless individuals, teaching them that true greatness lies not only in victory but also in the bonds we forge along the way.
Amelia's love for Leo and Max transcended the boundaries of romantic relationships. She became their pillar of support, their guiding light, as they continued to navigate the complexities of their intertwined lives. Together, they discovered that the pursuit of glory and skill can be as rewarding as the victories themselves.
In the end, the story of Amelia, Leo, and Max became a testament to the power of love, friendship, and the unyielding pursuit of greatness. They taught the world that sometimes, defeating one another is not the ultimate goal, but rather the shared journey and the indomitable spirit that carries us forward.