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Sunday, July 30, 2006

Blogathon 2006 Post #35

this is the boy giving dear old mom some rest

If I was an animal?

If I was an animal I would be a dragon. Yes you heard me correctly,dragon. I know that this is a mythical being and that it doesn't really count as an animal, but scientists have proven that there were creatures similar to dragons millions of years ago. I would choose to be a dragon for many reasons. For instance, people are downright frightened of things that they don't think exist. What if you were walking down the street and you saw a dragon wreaking havoc upon the world? That's right, you would whimper and say please boy, spare me, I will do anything you say. And I would reply, I smite you puny mortal, you are not worthy of my mercy (insert demonic laugh here).

Wow I just got really sidetracked. Oh well it's 2:00 and time to post this.

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Blogger Phoenix said...

Hello there! The site monitor again. (= If I were an animal, I'd be a phoenix. I'm always reinventing myself, 'rising' up from what's left of the old me. (=

::throws around site monitor cookies and dances out::

30/7/06 1:15 AM  

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