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Dolltown massacre

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24th Apr 2006, 10:01   | tags:,,,

Spike says:

plastic people have feelings tooooooo!

24th Apr 2006, 10:06

OJ says:

'Tweren't me!

24th Apr 2006, 10:29

i like the pink plastic combe just sat there qbliviouse to the slaughter

24th Apr 2006, 10:42

Spike says:

perhpas the pink plastic comb was the weapon used in the slaughter

24th Apr 2006, 10:51

OJ says:

I'm thinking the pencil. I mean, what's it doing there?

24th Apr 2006, 10:52

Spike says:

being a pencil??

24th Apr 2006, 11:16

paintist says:

it appears to have no lead in the pencil....I think this was a vampire doll staking!!!!!!!!

24th Apr 2006, 11:17

maybe the (what loos like) chip wrapper could have been a parachute that didnt work and she just exploded as she hit the floor!

24th Apr 2006, 11:25

OJ says:

Scary suggestions there...

The plot thickens though...

24th Apr 2006, 11:40

Spike says:

ahhhh, The frog did it!

if it not the merecats, the frogs are at it!

bastards

24th Apr 2006, 11:45

OJ says:

LOL.

Eminently quotable Spike.

24th Apr 2006, 11:49

Spike says:

:D

24th Apr 2006, 11:51

Andrew James Chapman(andjet-at-hotmail-dot-com) says:

Can You See Me?

Late one night while the house was fast asleep.
Thoughts being all I had from the darkness to keep, lying in my bed I was able to see, something across the landing staring back at me.

Parents denied it's existance, and moved my room around, "Only shapes in the carpet dear" for it never made a sound.

It ate lost biros and things I forgot to keep, devouring my Sister's barbie doll while we were still asleep.

In times past it's gone because life isn't fair. But I'll never forget those nights with the wolf beneath the stairs. Written by Andrew James Chapman, 1995.

7th Jul 2007, 17:20