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Tahu Wants Cake... A Lot...

Tahu Cake

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#1 Offline Fastcar800

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Posted Nov 04 2012 - 09:48 PM

Tahu: "Let me have that cake"Guurahk: "You'll have to take it from me"Tahu: "With pleasure :evilgrin:"5 minutes later...Tahu: "BURN STUFF!"Tahu melts the Guurahk and eats the cake
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#2 Offline Constructman

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Posted Nov 04 2012 - 09:59 PM

Short but sweet. Interesting premise and funny on it's own.
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#3 Offline Velox

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Posted Nov 04 2012 - 10:04 PM

Usually the difference between a comedy and a short story is at the writer's discretion. However, I'm leaving this one up to my discretion and saying it'll need a little over 200 more words. If you want to make this 300 words, you can post it in Comedies, but Short Stories isn't to be used to circumvent the word-count rule over in Comedies. *Velox closes the topic and takes the cake*Topic closed; Velox's belly filled.Posted Image
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