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Do Not Try to Start a Duckling Farm. Ever.

Posted by Aderia , Sep 26 2012 · 258 views

As a member of the Ambage, I would like to say that I take my Write-Offs very seriously. And since my blog has been a bit dead, I thought a sneak peek into what the Ambage Chat is like is as good as anything to update with.

[6:40:14 PM] Aderia: must write story

[6:40:19 PM] Aderia: to make 7000th bzp topic

[6:40:23 PM] Aderia: gah

[6:41:21 PM] Velox: Write off, right now.

[6:41:24 PM] Velox: "7000" is the theme

[6:41:30 PM] Velox: Due X:55

[6:41:31 PM] Velox: go aimee go

[6:42:03 PM] Zarayna: Run, Aimee run!

[6:43:17 PM] Aderia: "there once was a girl. she had a dream of being a duckling farmer when she grew up. twenty years later, she lived in the middle of nowhere with 7,000 ducks to keep her company and it was disgusting because ducks do not understand the fundamentals of personal hygiene. She tried to move away from them but they just followed her. it was a bad life."

[6:43:22 PM] Aderia: "the end"



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Great story!! It really speaks to the character of the girl very well -- great characterization! I'd suggest paying attention to grammatical rules, though, specifically in capitalizing the first letter in sentences. :)

10/10
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Never has so much brilliance been said so eloquently with so few words. ;.;
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What!? And I'm missing all this!?

By the way, the plot twist about ducks not understanding personal hygiene? DID NOT SEE IT COMING. The whole story kept me on the edge of my seat.
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This is like, the greatest thing since Toilet Paper Tahi.

Literary genius.
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Vorahk1Panrahk2
Sep 26 2012 09:24 PM
Am I the only one who feels sorry for the girl? I mean, she has a dream to start a duck farm. It doesn't work out. And now she can't follow her other dreams because she's stuck in this awful lifestyle she thought she wanted.

Clearly a movie version is in order here.
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I'll buy the film rights for $1,600,000.
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I want to see "Do Not Try to Start a Duckling Farm. Ever: The Movie" In theaters soon.

Don't disappoint me, Brickeens.
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Great story!! It really speaks to the character of the girl very well -- great characterization! I'd suggest paying attention to grammatical rules, though, specifically in capitalizing the first letter in sentences. :)

10/10

Aye aye, Sir!! 7,000, such a better theme than exotic fruit xP

Never has so much brilliance been said so eloquently with so few words. ;.;

Thank you, thank you *bows off stage left*

What!? And I'm missing all this!?

By the way, the plot twist about ducks not understanding personal hygiene? DID NOT SEE IT COMING. The whole story kept me on the edge of my seat.

Unpredictable!! Booyah!

This is like, the greatest thing since Toilet Paper Tahi.

Literary genius.

Toilet Paper Tahi, sounds like I missed out on a good one D=

Am I the only one who feels sorry for the girl? I mean, she has a dream to start a duck farm. It doesn't work out. And now she can't follow her other dreams because she's stuck in this awful lifestyle she thought she wanted.

Clearly a movie version is in order here.

She dreamed a dream in time gone by =/ and the movie version, you can totally be the director.

I'll buy the film rights for $1,600,000.

You sir, drive a hard bargain. $1,650,000, no less =P
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Library

Since the topic for my old 'library' has long ago dropped off the face of the planet into the backpages of this site, here are my current works housed on BZP.

Epics
Faux: Reveiw Topic (In Progress)New!!!

Short Stories
Obligation*
The Ga-Matoran Who Couldn't Swim*
Lessons of the Past*
Turn Your Tears to Roses*
Sound the Bugle*
Forget the Mountain*
Walking Her Home
Thankful Hearts
Masquerade*
Black Diamonds
Long Live*
The Lonely
All Our Sins Remembered
Perfectionist
Reality's Fantasy
Dark VanityNEW!!

COT Short Stories

River, Oh River, Flow Gently For MeNEW!!

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