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I am the Frito Bandito
Yo, SuprSingr here, and Es ar for losrs. Kp that in mind. I write stuff from time to time, for I am an aspiring authoress (how cool does that word sound? I so need to get a castle someday with a title like that). I have a lot of ideas but just not the capability to carry them out how I would like to at the moment, so I'm on here to practice, more or less. My most recent serious work is in "Life with the Shortmans," where I am working on plot and character development, and loving every second of it. I adore "HEY ARNOLD!" and all that it is, of course, so that's pretty much what I write for. Branching out ain't ever gonna happen, I'm afraid.
I love to see people enjoying my work, so dig in, and leave a review if you can. Those always make my day bright. Before you say anything, I am well aware a good bit of my stuff is crap, but at least I tried. I'm getting better with every new piece I write, so why don't you just throw caution to the wind, give it a chance, see if you like it, and hey, if I'm lucky, maybe you won't even regret it. :) God bless!
.:Ships I Sail:.
THERE'S NO ESCAPING THIS SHIP *Smashes bottle* LIKE LITERALLY, IF YOU TRY TO JUMP OFF, IT'LL JUST PULL YOU BACK UP, GAG AND BIND YOU AND THROW YOU IN A SMALL DARK ROOM FOR A WHILE. YOU'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE, SUCKER, LOL
IT'S LEGIT, OKAY? YOU JUST CAN'T NOT RIDE IT AT LEAST A LITTLE, YOU CAN'T, THEY'RE WAY NICER THAN THE AxH PAIRING TOO AND MUCH LESS CHAOTIC, I CAN TELL YOU THAT, THEY HAVE SUSHI TOO, YAY
I WILL GO DOWN WITH THIS SHIP, NOT EVEN JOKING—I'VE ALREADY PARTIALLY SUNK
THIS SHIP'S KINDA CUTE IDK SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE IT'S JUST 'CAUSE THEY'RE BOTH FARM PEOPLE AND THAT MAKES ME FEEL WEIRD
I WILL FREE THE ANIMALS WITH THIS SHIP AND CARRY THEM OVER TO PARADISE ON RHONDA'S YACHT LIKE FREAKING NOAH, ALL RIGHT, HOW CAN YOU NOT
I WILL POUND EVERYONE WITH THIS SHIP... AND ALSO SAY "AWWW" A LOT, APPARENTLY, IT'S KINDA HARD NOT TO LOVE THEM FOR ME, OKAY
I FIND THIS SHIP TERRIBLY, TERRIBLY APPROPRIATE. NADINE TOTES GIVES POD BUTTERFLIES. LOL, GET IT?
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE... CAN THIS BE A THING? I KINDA WANT THIS A LOT FOR SOME REASON, IDK. SOMEONE SHOULD WRITE SOMETHING, SOMEONE WHO'S NOT ME, LOL
Sid/Lucky (OC created by NerdilNi)
THIS SHIP IS ABSOLUTELY, HILARIOUSLY BRILLIANT, I RECOMMEND, SERIOUSLY, IT'S DA BOMB, HOP ABOARD, WE GOT CLOVERS
Olga/Berry Sprinker (Jerry Springer OC-parody created by Anonymous Latina
DON'T EVEN ASK
YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND OUR LOVE
"Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars."
"People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered; Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives; Be kind anyway. If you are successful you will win some false friends and true enemies; Succeed anyway. If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you; Be honest and frank anyway. What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight; Build anyway. If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous; Be happy anyway. The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow; Do good anyway. Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough; Give the world the best you've got anyway You see, in the final analysis, it is between you and God; It was never between you and them anyway."
"Courage isn't an absence of fear. It's doing what you are afraid to do. It's having the power to let go of the familiar and forge ahead into new territory."
"I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity."
—Edgar Allan Poe
"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."
"What good fortune for those in power that people do not think."
"A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?"
"It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation."
"In order to see, you must look. In order to look, you must take time. But there’s never enough time, so you must make it. And that’s where people fail."
—'Observations,' by anon_j_anon
“Everyone should smile. Life really isn’t that serious. We make it hard. The sun rises. The sun sets. We just tend to complicate the process.”
"Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see."
"Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think."
—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.”
"To send light into the darkness of men's hearts - such is the duty of the artist."
"The purpose of literature is to turn blood into ink."
"Pretend for a moment that Edward is not a vampire, but merely a controlling, obsessive, dangerous, violent, stalking, unpredictable, unstable human male. Try re-reading some of the main characters' conversations with that in mind. As a mother, I'm not so worried about my daughter falling in love with a vampire. What I am worried about is her being influenced by the kind of all-too-human male I've just described. And Bella is the worst possible heroine. She puts herself at mortal risk over and over simply to satisfy her own physical desires. She is ready in an instant to sacrifice her whole life for some ridiculous idea of love that is obviously just intense sexual attraction. Is that what we want modeled for our daughters? Do we want them to think that it's okay to give in to their feelings even when they go against everything we have tried to teach them, much less their own common sense? Or do we want them to be self-controlled, self-confident, inspired, patient, hopeful, smart, accomplished, sensible, and wise? I am afraid that by romanticizing this kind of unhealthy relationship, Meyers gives her young readers permission to be victims, as long as it's all for love. Don't we see enough of the results of that every day on the news? I understand why teenagers might fall for this erotic daydream, but where are all the outraged mature women who should be setting the record straight? Why are they giving their silent (and not so silent) approval to this regrettable book?"
"What burns me up most about this book is that Edward and Bella are obviously meant to portray the perfect couple. Yeah, I really want my hypothetical daughter to walk out on her family for a guy she barely knows, invite said guy to sleep in her bed, have absolutely no life outside of said guy, and turn into a sniveling wreck when this guy looks at her the wrong way. And I also really want my hypothetical son to break into his girlfriend's house and watch her sleep (SERIOUSLY, GUYS?) , abandon whatever life he has so he can stalk this girl, and be so possessive of her that he throws a fit whenever she so much as looks at someone other than him. And people think these two are good role models? WHAT. JUST WHAT."
—Rachel Rooker 
"what's even more disheartening are the 'twlight' apologists who say that 'at least young women are reading!' [as if reading trash is preferable to not reading at all.] i guess you could make that argument, but with that kind of logic you might as well congratulate an anorexic for eating a marshmallow."
—M. Lohrke 
"So the writing, plot and characters are all terrible, and yet, nothing compares to the nature of Edward and Bella's relationship. Everywhere I go, girls are constantly gushing over Edward and Bella's love, saying it's the sweetest thing they've ever read. GAG ME. There is no love OR chemistry between Bella Sue and Edward Stu. It revolves around lust, for God's sake! What's the reason Edward fell in love with Bella, exactly? Her blood smelled tasty. Her BLOOD. Smelled TASTY."
Official Disclaimer: I, SuprSingr, in no way claim to own the rights to "Hey Arnold!", and respect Viacom and Nickelodeon's rights to the series. My work is for entertainment purposes only, and I am making no money off of any of this... darn it.
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