A Disastrously Dismal Day Water poured from the sky, drenching the umbrellas and weeds. Silence enveloped the crowd; all faces were dead-eyed, and full of grief. Dress shoes were soaked through, as the steady roar of rain crashed over the procession. A pastor droned in the background, while a child shifts under the chocking atmosphere. With bright, captivating green eyes, the young boy gazed at the ground with a mix of curiosity and confusion. The marker was sparse, with only a few words that the child couldn't understand. Why was he here? What was going on? He kept asking himself these questions, pleading with his eyes, only to be ignored. His mother had warned him that if he talked, he would be in trouble, so he dared not speak a word or make a sound. Thunder sounded in the distance, noting that the storm was going to peak soon. The crowd slowly dispersed to the church nearby. Suddenly, with a blinding flash, and a thunderous crash, lightning struck the gr
Pwnage"Give up. You know you can't win.""Never! Forfeit while you still have the chance!""No way! You're so bad at this, you won't last five minutes!""Just give up already!""No, you give up!""No, you!""No, you!""No, you!""No, you!""No, you!""I m totally gonna kick your a--""GAME OVER!"The two twenty-year-olds stopped bickering and stared disbelievingly at the television screen as the words flashed, signaling the end of the match. They turned to the usually stoic person sitting beside them, who now had a smug and smarter-than-thou look on his face."You just got pwned," he said as he put the aged controller down and stood to get another piece of pizza from the kitchen.