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Domestic Affairs: Enduring the Pleasures of Motherhood and Family Life

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2014

    Get a pink ipad

    Kiss your hand three times, post this at three other books and check your pillow in the morning

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2014

    Kinera, Dora, and Michael

    ((See orre res 2)) The trio each flew on thier respective Pokemon. Before them, a man, apparently a Team Forgotten admin, is trying to take a poor challenger's Pokemon. He was very muscular, with hazel eyes and hair of which true color cannot be indentified for it was dyed deep violet. "Oi! Leave that kid alone!" Kinera shouted, drawing the admin's attention towards her. This allowed the Trainer to escape. "What are you doing here?" growled the man. "No, what are YOU doing?" Michael remarked. "To get some Pokemon of course," he replied. "To get Pokemon is to catch them with a Pokeball. You were stealing," said Dora. "I, Deziar, will now take YOUR Pokemon for meddling," Deziar said.<p>You are challenged by Forgotten Admin Deziar!<p>Dora sent out Dragonite.<p>Michael sent out Pidgeot.<p>Go! Ace!<p>Deziar sent out Rhyperior, Drapion, and Salamence!<p>Kinera's and Michael's Aura Readers reacted. The Drapion was a Shadow Pokemon. Kinera knew the Rhyperior would be trouble, so she brought her Staraptor back to his Pokeball, and sent out Rocky. Each time Kinera and Michael threw a Pokeball at the Drapion, the other Pokemon destroyed it with Hyper Beam before it touched the Shadow Pokemon. Suddenly, the Drapion went past the opposing Pokemon and attacked Michael. Kinera didn't know if Deziar meant to have it do that, since Shadow Pokemon sometimes attacks humans. Michael struggled against the Pokemon while shouting commands at his Pidgeot, and the other Pokemon tried to help as well, but the Drapion endured the attacks. Eventually, Deziar brought back his Pokemon into thier Pokeballs, and escaped. Michael su<_>ffered from a gash on his left leg, the skin around it tinted purple. The sc<_>ar above his right eye and the sc<_>ar across his left shoulder were less serious, but still. ((Gtg night.))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2014

    Dragon chronicles

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2014

    Zach

    Walks into his gym

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2014

    Jay

    Caught it.

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