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Jeff The Killer x Male!Reader Part 1!Ok, this is my first x male reader, so it might suck.
WARNING: boyxboy, you don't like it, go away.
I was an average guy.
But that all changed when HE started coming to my house.
I'm out of school, I have a decent job, and I have my own house. I live alone.
Lately I've felt like I've been being watched at night. And it's kinda creeping me out.
"How has your sleeping problem going?" My best friend Paige((I had too T^T)) asked.
Paige has been my friend ever since we were little. And she loved anime.
Me and her worked at a restaurant, I was a waiter and she was a waitress.
"Eh, I feel like someone's watching me while I sleep." I reply.
"Have you heard of Jeff The Killer?"
"Yeah........He's not watching me!" I exclaim.
"You don't know that! People have seen him, there's sightings of him around here, and people have been dying a lot!" Paige yelled, some people stopped eating, looked at her, and went back eating.
Jeff The Killer x Male!Reader Part 2!I really didn't expect a lot of people to like part 1, but you guys liked it, so I'll continue^^
WARNING: boyxboy, don't like it, go read something else, I guess, I donno
When I got home it was about 11:56.
So I took off my jacket and set it somewhere in the house and went upstairs to change into comfortable clothes.
Once I had them on, I went to my bed and went under the nice warm blankets.
Soon I feel into a deep sleep.
-A few hours later-
I suddenly woke up to a crash from downstairs.
I groaned and looked at the clock, 2 in the fricken morning.
I got up, then I remembered what Paige said at work.
'What if it is him down there?', I thought.
I grabbed a flashlight and headed out the room.
You might be thinking right now, 'A flashlight!? No weapon!? We all know there's a killer in your house and you take a flashlight!?'
Well, I can throw it at him, can't I?
Back to the story!
When I got downstairs I heard nothing.
Why Grammar MattersSpelling
She tucked the little girl under the blankets.
She fucked the little girl under the blankets.
"Go ahead, turn me in! See what happens!"
(Someone's in trouble...)
"Go ahead, turn me on! See what happens!"
(That sentence just took on a whole new meaning with a one letter difference...)
"Let's eat, Grandma!"
"Let's eat Grandma!"
(No! Not Grandma!)
"I really hate her, mom."
(Aw, trouble with bullies perhaps?)
"I really hate her mom."
(Is her mom mean or something?)
"I've got two!"
"I've got to!"
(You've got to- what? Check your spelling?"
She checked the front steps to see if her mail had come in.
She checked the front steps to see if her male had come in.
(You can order guys in the mail now? Creepy!)
Please, I beg you, check your grammar before posting things online. Honestly, is it that h
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anna: well them ellyssa(or elisa) lets drink and celebrate *she drank her apple juice*
elyssa: oh god*she looked at tiny raichu inside hers and drank but didnt swallowed *hmmm .
anna: whats wrong ?
elyssa:*she ran there opened and locked the door after going inside and spit jason out her mouth*
Character Flaws [Personal Review]When people have asked my opinions about their characters (often specifically if I consider them as Mary Sues or not, thanks to my tutorial about avoiding Mary Sues), a reoccurring theme in those conversations has been the character flaws. A frequent (and rather crude) definition of Mary Sue is "Mary Sue is a character without prominent flaws", and I would add, "without prominent character flaws". In order to apply this definition, it is necessary to know what is a character flaw. This is what this article is about. Or, tutorial, review, rant, something like that. In any case, I hope this will be useful for someone! At least to me, as I can link this article next time I talk about character flaws, heh.
Please note that this mostly consists of my personal definitions and experience as an amateur writer, so take these words as words of a hobbyist rat
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Luckily, there is a set of simply things you can do to make your characters more dynamic.
Step 1: Character Design
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