JettThe apples rolled all over the freshly mopped floor and a select few crunched and spewed their guts for all the world to see. That last fact was pretty much true, because the whole thing had been caught on surveillance tape, and some employee with a sadistic sense of humor would make that Youtube's next viral hit within moments. Not to mention the two teens that had whipped out their camera phones and were streaming the collapse live. From the innocent and accidental knock of the mop handle into the bottom of the pile, to the avalanche and the red faced employee who had just screwed up. The teens jeered at the employee and zoomed in on
Brother's Bond Chapter 16As the water washed over the Wolf's stomach, he felt it wriggle and he sensed the occupants were moving around, uncertain of what was going on. The Wolf hung his tongue out of his mouth and tipped his head back. He laid his paws on his belly and while he slowly massaged it, he closed his eyes and fell asleep.The brother's had quite sometime explaining everything that had taken place and in turn, each described their trip into the Wolf and what happened right up to the present moment. Ron added his accounts and closed with, "So if Barron and Claire manage to escape, we might still get out of this." The others murmured and there really was no
Brother's Bond Chapter 17The sudden belly pounding gave the Wolf the impression that the brother's were still strong and needed to be worked down a little bit more. So the Wolf massaged his belly again and even drank a few glasses of water to stop the pounding. The brothers trucked on and, but they were slipping and sliding in the water that had gathered inside the stomach. It was up to Eric's knees.Finally the Wolf beat his belly so hard that it sent the occupants flying backward into the other side of the stomach. "Listen here! I'm going to have to break you down a little more. So I'm going to sleep again. Farewell my fine food!"The Wolf walked into the bedroom
Brother's Bond Chapter 18Claire leaned over the Wolf's mouth as Barron held his sword at its throat. "He's in a deep sleep." Claire said, noting that air rushed out of the Wolf's maw. She quickly withdrew herself and stepped behind Barron. Barron looked at her and asked, "So what? Should I lop his head off and call it a day?"Claire, being a fawn had sympathy for al living creatures. She wanted the wolf to be dead, but she felt like it was against her nature. She spoke slowly, saying her words as they came to her, "I think, you should just cut him open and we can pull the guys out. It would be more humane." Barron scoffed and tossed his head in a very masculine way.