|You all know it's true. O_o|
Silver Rebellion ch 2Silver Rebellion ch 2 by WierdoChan
After brunch, Emi hung around with Zeke, Amanda trailing after him. Obviously, she had developed a crush on him so much for not liking black. She kept trying to talk to him. The key word is 'tried'. He didn't really hate or like her, but the questions Amanda pestered him with were slowly driving Zeke to hate Amanda. Many things that she asked about were: where he lived, his favorite music, his past, why did he move here, if he's single, and a whole bunch of other nonsense that Emi didn't bother remembering. She could tell Zeke was getting annoyed, because she was also getting annoyed, and she had some patience when it came to Amanda. Amanda soon sensed their annoyance, said bye and then left to pursue her other crushes being the teenager she was. Only thing is, she dragged Emi off with her. Zeke just didn't know what to think, his face was going, "?"
"?" was on Emi's face too. "Why you little---You just made me ditch Zeke, Amanda!" Amanda let go of her and looked at me, sligh
Silver Rebellion Ch 1Silver Rebellion Ch 1 by WierdoChan
The wind was blowing and Emi felt it on her exposed neck. Her haircut was a bit too short Emi shrugged. Ah well. Her chestnut hair wasn't poking her eyes or giving her neck prickly stabs anymore. She preferred feeling the cold wind on her neck than the shuddering whenever her hair pricked her neck...
"EMI!" There was a shrill shriek. Of course, that meant Amanda was calling her Amanda always had a tendency to speak so high pitched that she almost sounded like a mosquito.
"Hm? What is it Amanda?"
Amanda jumped up and down, her voluptuous pigtails acting like bunny ears. "Do you know what I just found out? Do you? Do you? Of course you don't, you never keep up with gossip. See the thing is "Amanda then started talking about the overly long process it took for her to find out this tasty bit of gossip. Long story short, she was sitting with her ear cupped to the office door.
Emi nodded. "Okay, get to the important part."
"We have a transfer student!" she squealed.
The Mary Sue: An AnalysisThe Mary Sue: An Analysis by Tprinces
ONLY THE INTRO PARAGRAPH ISN'T FUNNY... RAWR
First, let us ask ourselves: What is a "Mary Sue"? By definition, a Mary Sue is "...a fictional character with overly idealized and hackneyed mannerisms, lacking noteworthy flaws, and primarily functioning as a wish-fulfillment fantasy for the author or reader." At least, that's the definition on Wikipedia. In layman's terms, a Mary Sue is, simply put, "the perfect you." She (or he, "Gary Stu"s will be discussed later as they are indeed different) is your perfect get away. A succinct and completely flawless rubber suit for you to wrap yourself up in, and escape reality for a few blissful turns of the page. They're constant pop ups all around the internet. Mainly, in fan-fiction and fan comics. But they've also popped up several times in published and printed media as well, and not just in recent novels like Twilight. We may not know it, but Mary Sues have been around us for years, perhaps even centuries. What we further don't s
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