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Rest Stop
     Well here we go again. Ronnie had been waiting at the roadside dinner for hours. Not a single car had stopped, not for him but for any reason. He would periodically turn around to see if the neon sign was still on. There it was flickering away, on and off and buzzing angrily. He heard the distant thunder rumble in the sky. Great, it would soon be raining and he without an umbrella. Sighing, he mused to himself, “Never should have come out here.”
    For the life of him, Ronnie seemed to have forgotten why he came out here in the first place.  He believed he was supposed to be here and probably to meet someone.  But he seemed to have forgotten who he was supposed to be meeting.  Resting his back against the Rest Stop Diner while he mulled it over.  A family member?  Well he had been estranged from his family for almost a year now.  With the holidays coming, a reunion might be overdue.  An old friend perhaps?
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The Holder of the Ouroboros
The Holder of the Ouroboros
In any city, in any state, go to any Art Gallery after sunset. Approach any attendant and state in a clear and firm voice that you are here to see the Holder of the Ouroboros. The attendant should give a sly smirk and a nod before leading you down a hallway. If the attendant does not smile or nod, quickly turn on your heels and leave, lest you suffer a messy and painful death as you are consumed from the inside out by thousands of tiny snakes.
As you are lead down this hallway, you will notice the strange paintings that line both sides of the wall. Do not dwell on these and do not look too closely at them. If you do, you will become transfixed by the scenes before you. You will start to notice the snakes, hidden within the swirls of paint making up the wild landscapes. And once you have noticed them, you will never stop seeing them. You will spend the rest of your days tormented and in mental anguish, deafened by the hissing of millions of serpents.
Once you
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The Holder of the Hive
THE HOLDER OF THE HIVE
In any city, in any country, go to any abandoned warehouse after dark. Approach the first groundskeeper or night watchmen you meet and ask to see someone who calls herself, the Holder of the Hive. The guard should crack a very wide smile at your request. A small buzzing insect will crawl out from between his teeth as he turns to slowly lead towards a side door of the warehouse. If the guard does not smile or leads you to any door besides the door on the closest side facing you, immediately turn tail and run. Do not stop and do not go home. Keep moving until sunrise. When the sun has fully risen, you will know if you are safe.
If you were lead to the correct door, open it and go inside. You will find yourself inside the empty warehouse. The air will be stale and oppressive and almost unbearably hot. One by one, the hanging lamps that illuminate the building will begin to go out. Close your eyes. Do not open them again until the buzzing sound you hear rises to a ne
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Hole at the Bottom of the Sea
HOLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
I attended kindergarten in a small private school in New England.  Sometimes, we would sing a  very strange song. It was called, "Hole at the Bottom of the Sea".  I knew kids in other schools and at camp would sing this song but our version was a little bit different.  I did not realize this until I tried singing the version I knew at Girl Scout Camp.  I got a lot of strange and fearful looks from the other girls and my Leader took me aside and told me politely but firmly not to song that song again.
Our version was taught to us by a substitute teacher whose name escapes me.  I only remember her eyes, her weird and bulgy eyes.  They were really large and rolled a lot around in her head.  Her eyes reminded us of the funny goldfish we kept in a tank at school.  We would giggle at her when her eyes rolled and bulged , but she never seemed to mind this though.
Anyway, her
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Literature
Lost Pages of a Forgotten Book
LOST PAGES OF A FORGOTTEN BOOK
Digital media has been killing the book.  Not literature, since sites like audible and librivox and devices like the Kindle, are keeping the art of writing alive.   I mean actual physical books are getting more and more obsolete.  The upside to this digital migration is that used bookstores find themselves overflowing with almost obscenely low-priced books.  A bibliophile can walk into one of these stores with a twenty dollar bill and come out with an armful of reading material.  The next time you find yourself with a little extra time and money, try this.
Go to your local bookstore and wander through the shelves.  Gravitate towards the back of the shop, where the shelves become dusty and dark.  If the lights flicker and you hear the soft buzzing of the florescence, you are in the right spot.  Start looking through the books, keeping your eye out for books that appear out
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Literature
Broken Glass
BROKEN GLASS
In Soviet Russia during the nineteen-thirties, a little-known artist spent his time visiting local churches.  He was taking charcoal rubbings of the crumbling gravestones in the ancient yards.  While performing this task one gray September afternoon, a sudden storm forced him to take shelter in the old sanctuary.  While waiting out the storm, he wandered through the hall, studying the pews, the alter, and finally, the old stained-glass windows.  
It was these windows he felt himself inexplicably drawn to.  They were old and depicted the standard fare of saints and bible stories.  But the quality of workmanship was exquisite, the colors and shapes drawing both the eyes and the mind into wonder.   The artist found himself spellbound and spent many hours staring at the windows, continuing to do so long after the storm had past.  During this time, he began to notice something.  Each
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Literature
The Locked Door
THE LOCKED DOOR
Every city and town has at least one completely abandoned house, sitting alone surrounded by nothing but empty lots.  There will be no "for sale" or "condemned" sign outside the home.  The front door will be closed but unlocked and the windows will be completely covered by thick curtains.  
If you want to try something interesting, go to the house at night, preferably after midnight.  Bring only a flashlight and a camera with you.  Open the front door of the home and immediately locate the door to the basement.  You will slowly descend down a set of old wooden stairs. They will loudly creak under you and bend, but will not break.  You may want to use the flashlight as you continue down into the darkness.  You will notice that the stairs seem to continue downwards for much longer than they should be able to.  After the second flight of stairs, your footsteps will echo the dull sound
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Literature
Pipe
PIPE
Have you ever found a pipe sticking up out of the ground; the kind with a brightly painted red or blue wheel on the top to turn the water off and on with?  Yes. I'm sure you have.  But have you ever found one that appears to serve no purpose; just a pipe jutting out of the ground with no buildings or anything else surrounding it?  If you have, count yourself lucky.  These are very special pipes.  
They only work one day out of the month.  They will only work on the day that is double the month's number.  For example, if you go to the pipe in January, it will only work on the first of the month.  In February, you will need to use the pipe on the fourth of the month, and the sixth for March, and so forth.  You need to visit the pipe at sunset when the light of the setting sun glints of the old and rusted metal of the pipe.  Take a clear glass bottle with you when you go.  I
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Literature
BOX
BOX
Life is full of surprises. Don't believe me?  Then try this.  Find a field containing a lone tree. Bring a shovel or spade with you.  You will need it soon enough.  Approach the tree and there will be a small plot of disturbed earth on the north side of the tree.  If you dig up this disturbed spot of earth eventually you will uncover a sealed cardboard box.  Go ahead and open it.  There is an item inside that is meant for you and only you.  
The object found inside varies. I won't ruin the surprise.  I can tell you however, that my high school history teacher found a fifteenth century gold coin inside his box.  While my friend found a small, flat, circular object.  This object was black in color and was similar in appearance to a shard of obsidian.  He kept his object on him at all times and even went as far as to thread a leather strand through the center and wor
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Literature
Your Path
YOUR PATH
Every person in life has a path they can follow.  I'm not being philosophical. I am referring to an actual physical path.  It does not have be a typical path. It can be a winding side street, or a forgotten stretch of beach.  You will know it when you see it.  You will feel an irresistible pull to travel down this path.  
        One of three things will happen if you decide to travel down your path.  If you go down the path on an ordinary day, eventually you will reach the end of the path.  Your journey will be mundane and uneventful.  You may find a single object resting on the ground. This object will be of minor value, a watch, a pen, or another simple item.  If you found your object, take it and be content in the knowledge that you have found your path and traveled down it.
If you go on the right day, the path will continue down longer than it
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Hello, if anyone out there is a talented comic artist or knows one who is and also happens to be an Undertale fan, please PM.  I have an idea for a (long) comic semi based on a recent dream,  but I lack the creative ability to bring my vision to life.  I have a nearly full story in my mind but I am nowhere near good enough of an artist to bring my vision to the world.  So if anyone out there fits the bill or knows someone who is, feel free to PM me.  Thank you and good evening folks. :)
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Leigh
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I prefer to defy classification, but the words that describe me best are as follows:

Nerd
Goon
Weirdo
Geek
Creative
And now, Deviant-although it could be argued that I was already one but now it is official.

Seriously though, I am a 31 year old, married woman who has a kids' voice, looks like shes in her early 20s, has a VERY sick sense of humor, and is pretty much to say anything at any time if it may theoretically give someone a laugh or something to think about.

In the words of They Might be Giants, I've got a "Brain problem situation. But it is nice being me sometimes!


Looking for Rp-Damsels in distress, tentacle stuff (nice plz), M&F romances okay! Most SL's accepted. Note me if interested.

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Current Residence: Maryland USA, rather be on Terra thank you very much
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Blueoriontiger Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Hey, hope you're doing well! Doing okay?
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vladen13 Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2015
Of this watch I thank and bid you.... Welcome  Dracula Lugosi
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ladymikochan Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
ooh! Classic Drac! Love em! And you are very welcome sir. ::bows::
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vladen13 Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2015
My fine thanks for this good grace of a Llama! Nod
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JonUriah Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2015  Professional Photographer
Thank you for the :llama:!
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The-GreenGoblin Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the :+devwatch:
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ladymikochan Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
you are very welcome!  Your gallery is full of such sexy sweetness!  I love it!
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Journeyman81 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks for watching
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ladymikochan Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
You are very welcome indeed!  Keep up the sexiness!  
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Hekkoto Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for watch ^^
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