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Birds

by on June 1, 2014

“So. Lady Sparrowhawk. At last. You’ll never escape my reinforced padamantium cage.”
Rosalind sighed. “You always say that, Doctor Sewerpipe. Incidentally, have you met my spirit animal, Spikey?”
”Who?”
”You thought the name meant what, exactly?” She whistled fiercely. “Spikey? Kill.
*SKREEEEEEEEE*

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9 Comments
  1. That was scary. Poor Dr. Sewerpipe. Er.. why is he called that again?

  2. Hah! Now *that’s* a reason to sing!

  3. Jen permalink

    omg this dialog is fantastic!

  4. Oooh! Spirit animals are fierce. This was fun!

  5. Love the sound effect at the end!

  6. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    Hahaha Singing victory! Great names, too.

  7. I feel like this should end in “muahaha!”

  8. Jennifer G. Knoblock permalink

    I love your work. I do.

  9. Haha….reminded me of some cartoons I would watch where the evil villain tried in vain to catch hero… Without the killing though. Nice take!

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