Felt like I needed to write something. Anything. So I wrote this.

I'm going to go pray for redemption now.

Twilla.


The doorbell on the Frankenstein place had rang for the first time in months, and Dr. Frank-N-Furtur answered the door, complete in his drag costume. Standing at the door was a young, sharp looking, handsome, well groomed Mormon boy.
"Hello! My name is Elder Price and I would like to share with you the most amazing book!" Frank-N-Furtur couldn't resist that boy, but he declined and closed the door, heading off to the labs to work on his creation.
Elder Price rang the doorbell a second time, and Magenta opened it.
"Hello! My name is Elder Price and I would like to share with you the most amazing book!" Nodding, thinking to herself that he was one fellow that she wouldn't say no to, Magenta replied.
"What is this amazing book?"
"A book about America a long, long, time ago!" So he was a smart Mormon kid. "It's about Jesus Christ, the only person who can promise you a place in heaven for all eternity!" Magenta slammed the door shut and went to go clean something. Or laugh at a painting in the hall that had been out there by accident.
Again, the doorbell rang and Eddie opened the door. After glancing at the Elder on their doorstep, he grunted and shut the door. Not to long after, Dr. Frank-N-Furtur had taken him to the lab to cut out some of his head.
On the fourth time the doorbell rang, Columbia opened the door. Elder Price had never seen such bright pink hair, or such minimal clothing.
"Well, speak your mind, Mister!" She said in a high pitched tone.
"Hello! My name is Elder Price and I would like to share with you the most amazing book! It's a book about America a long, long time ago, when the ancient Jews built boats and sailed here." After an acknowledging squeak, Columbia closed the door.
Riffraff overheard Magenta and Columbia talking about this cute Mormon fellow at the door, and decided to check it out. When he had appeared at the door, Elder Price was caught off guard.
"Hello, would you like to change religions? I've got a free book written by Jesus!" With that, Elder Price fainted on the ground. Riffraff roughly lead him inside, and the next morning had let him leave when he woke up. Sadly though, Elder Price had converted no one to his religion, and had a newfound pain in his bottom. Yet, the only person other than Riffraff who knew the Mormon boy was in the castle was Frank-N-Furtur.
Later the next day, when Elder Price was capable of coherent thought, he realised two things. One, he wasn't going to walk straight for a few days, and two; he was going to hell.