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No WordsStripped down to our underwear and bound and gagged back to back. You would think that a brave crusading reporter such as myself or the IADC's top agent, Shannon Trevor would be able to handle ourselves. Sadly, the both of us get kidnapped on a regular basis needing women to save us all the time.No Words by DistressedGuy
The one bright side to all this is that me and Shannon have learned to interpret 'gag-speak' very well. Case in point.
"MMMMMMPHHHH!" I call out to my fellow guy in distress.
Shannon immediately knows I'm saying "Shannon! Wake up! We're in trouble!"
A quick recap. Shannon Trevor, heard I had been kidnapped, so he went out to rescue me. He found me bound and gagged so he went to untie me. Sadly, the evil villainess snuck up behind the brave agent and clocked him over the head. She then stripped him and tied him up next to me, but we've already established this, haven't we?
This next part is a little redundant as well.....
"mmmmMMMMMPHHH?" the barely conscious Shannon Trevor asks. (Translation:
Love on High Seas - Chapter 18Chapter 18: Misty DaysLove on High Seas - Chapter 18 by SonicPossible00
When the S.S. Tipton left Dublin’s port the weather was fine, a little windy, but fine. But as they went up the English coast on their way to Edinburgh, the weather grew worst and worst. On their second day of voyage, it began to rain and all passengers saw themselves confined to the interior of the ship, without the possibility of heading to the poop deck. When looking outside, it was not raining cats and dogs, but it was raining just enough to make it quite unpleasant to be on the outside. Still, a few passengers ventured themselves outside, without fear of catching an unwelcomed pneumonia.
On the third day, it did not rain, but icy wind blows and clouds as grey as the greyest of greys which blocked the sunlight, made it one of the most unpleasant days the people aboard the ship had seen since the beginning of the trip. Plus, banks of fog surrounding the ship made it almost impossible to see the water.
Fortunately for the passengers,
Prompt: The Beach, The Waves, The TreesHello and welcome to The Beach, The Waves, The Trees prompt! This month it'll be based on The Beach, The Waves, The Trees-- so go wild with that idea. The prompts we make are to get your creative juices flowing and challenge you to do your best -- so good luck! Three winners will be chosen and featured in the Winner's journal!Prompt: The Beach, The Waves, The Trees by wdnest
Try submitting again, if you missed out last journal - there was technical issues in accepting submissions in February - but fixed now!!!
The Beach, The Waves, The Trees
That could mean anything, it doesn't have to be a theme, so get creative and try to stand out. It can be a sunny day at the beach, or have people playing volleyball at the beach. Or maybe even your favourite palm tree. The art piece you do doesn't have to have all 3, but if you want it to, go ahead, just make sure to include at least one of them. Extra points if it's original and creative.
The art piece you submit can be drawn for the competition, or a previous artwork in your gallery.
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