Parody My Neighbours TotoroWhich want you choose?Shit comment not allowed in here. Anyway,thanks for the comment/favorite.ANNNNDD.. Don't forget to visit my gallery and leave a wonderfull comment like this one---> .Nahhh,just joke ..Parody My Neighbours Totoro by ~KnightsWalker912
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Bioshock - Saving Bill Anya tied the rope to a nearby post and dove into the freezing water after Bill. Bill’s lungs had given up from all the pressure but Anya kept going and tried to keep her wits about her chasing after him. With all of her strength she grabbed hold of the unconscious Bill and wrapped her arm around his and swam back the way she came. She felt tugging on the rope and yanked back but she didn’t think it worked so she reached her tiny delicate hand to the surface. She felt a strong dry hand grab hers and she was pulled out of the water.Bioshock - Saving Bill by ~piedpiper1103
Instead of worrying about her health she turned to Bill and hesitated at first. Her mind was scrambled and she couldn’t even think about anything else besides that Bill’s lungs were filled with water and he was generally drowning. She looked up at Andrew Ryan who seemed baffled that they had survived. Anya closed Bill’s nose and gave him every last drop of air in her lungs.
Ain't That a Kick in the Head I looked up at the sky, a tar-black mask of large clouds that covered the sky was moving towards me; I heard a pitter-patter of rain in the distance. I tried to imagine people running for cover inside the once beautiful buildings that were sprawled all over Capitol Wasteland. Puddles began to build as the rainfall came closer, becoming heavier. The mangled up demolished buildings and rubble danced with spray joining in a waltz with the pavement; I heard the rain hit the mangled cars, they ricocheted off like bullets. The wind grew heavier eventually to the point that it sounded like a herd of angry deathclaws.Ain't That a Kick in the Head by ~piedpiper1103
Without second guessing I decided to take a quick detour through a demolished building thinking at least I could warm up slightly before I walked back out into the rain.
I knew I had to make it back to the Galaxy News Radio building before nightfall, but with clouds like this it was hard to tell. As I climbed over a pile of