"It was a clear day, and yet there seemed an intangible pall over the face of things, a subtle gloom that made the day dark, and that was due to the absence of sun. This fact did not worry the man."
Well, if he's not worried, I'm not going to worry either.
"But all...Read More
Previously: Dirtbag Zeus.
APOLLO: so do you come here to this river a lot
DAPHNE: i'm so sorry
have we met?
APOLLO: we havent met
but you know me
APOLLO: ever seen THE SUN
APOLLO: youre welcome
hey let me touch your skin for a while
DAPHNE: i have to
[DAPHNE turns into a tree to escape him]
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Mrs. Bennet, Pride and Prejudice
It becomes abundantly clear after the birth of Mary that things are not going to get better; Mr and Mrs Bennet at last have an overdue conversation about the state of their finances and reluctantly agree that trying again and hoping for a boy is a terrible plan of
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