BetrayalYou’re probably wondering what happened to me. Why I’m lying in this bed bruised and battered. Well, it was because of a classmate of mine. All that time I thought he was my friend, and then he betrayed me. I never saw it coming. How was I supposed to know how much I’d hurt him? I was only joking. For that matter I was drunk at the time. I don’t even remember what I said. I just recall having several drinks and saying something I thought was funny. He stayed away for a few hours while I continued to party, then offered to take me home.Betrayal4 months ago in Sketches More Like This
I remember joking for a while we were driving. He laughed, and pretended to go along with it, but in my drunken state I thought he meant it. Then he suddenly turned the wrong way and drove into an alley.
When he threw me out of the car and attacked me, I started to realize what I had done; I had somehow planted a seed of anger, which grew into something horrific as he now beat and kicked me, shouting angrily about whatever i
TNBC (Banjo-Kazooie Style) Part 5Back in town, Mary Lee was leading the band for music as the citizens were getting ready for their version of Christmas cheer. As they all did, Kazooie sneakily took the bottle of fog juice into the fountain. After she did, she joined the applause. So Mary Lee did her speech as Banjo stood there happily. But then fog appeared.TNBC (Banjo-Kazooie Style) Part 57 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Oh no," Banjo said. "We can't go off like this. The reindeer can't see in front of their noses." Kazooie wiped her forehead and sighed of relief.
"This fog is as thick as...as..." Alisha said.
"Jelly brains," Shammy said. Banjo was in despair until Kaela came. Then Banjo noticed her glowing nose. So Kaela was on the
TNBC (Banjo-Kazooie Style) Part 4Back in Halloween Town, Banjo was teaching the band how to play "Jingle Bells". The band played the song which impressed Banjo. Kazooie was next.TNBC (Banjo-Kazooie Style) Part 47 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Ah, Kazooie. I need your help more than anyone else," Banjo said.
"You certainly do, Banjo," Kazooie said in worry. "I had the most terrible vision."
"That's splendid," Banjo said, looking through a box of Christmas things.
"No. It was about your Christmas," Kazooie said, trying to get Banjo's attention. "It was filled with smoke and fire..."
"That's not my Christmas, Kazooie. My Christmas is filled with joy and laughter and this," Banjo said and took out the frame with the drawing of him wear