Stories tagged “test”

  • Test

    “This is only a test.” “Um, that being the case, do you suppose it’s wise to be using real bullets?” “Shut up and get into your duck suit.”

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Writer's Block 3: The Test

    SUDDENLY, Henry landed on a trampoline, and he bounced back up! But he didn’t have any time to grab on to any thing, so he fell back into the hole. After doing that 42 times, Henry said, “This is taking to long!”, and he put the toes...

  • Mature (Mature)

    The little boy laughed obnoxiously at the computer screen. “Ha ha, you’re writing a Mature story!” “I wouldn’t expect you to understand.” “You’re naughty!” The boy yelled, pointing and laughing. ...

    • Author: Lone Writer
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Awkward Conversation

    Tyson looked perfectly normal, like nothing had even happened between us. I envied him, because I felt totally flustered. And it stung a bit that I didn’t seem to be having the same effect on him that he was most deffinately having on me. “...

  • Finals

    Cain would later admit it – the final week of tests was the most terrifying time of his life. Cain knew that becoming an assassin would be difficult. Even finding the base of operations for the Assassin’s Guild was a test in itself. And lik...

    • Author: Dan
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Operation White Knife, shot Octagon. Successful.

    Mark Two thousand and forty eight pulses of coherent light belch from their emitters. Mark Two thousand and forty eight pulses of coherent light strike the sphere of ballotechnics, uniformly igniting it. Mark The massive wave of heat reaches the tamper...

  • Getting Back to the Test

    “…damned if I do; damned if I don’t. Damned if I do; damned if I…” “Excuse me, what are you saying?” “Um, nothing. Sorry. Nothing.” “Is that supposed to be a Big Bird costume?” “Si...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Mambu Dogface in a Banana Patch -or- Its simple.

    “Why is the sea cow such a simple creature then?” Shot back Joel, “What purpose does it serve?? I mean honestly..” Steve had to think long and hard on that one. he did have a point, it was a simple creature. “Have you ever...

  • Passionfruit

    The air surrounding her was thick and sultry. She sat there, wilting. She was being drained of whatever freshness she possessed. She sat there, wilting, ruminating upon life’s great many disappointments. She thought herself silly. She saw herself...

  • Underneath the Chestnut Tree

    She glanced through her window, beyond the lace curtains, at the chestnut tree that stood guard and shielded her window from the street. She looked down and saw a flash of white beneath the chestnut’s lower limbs. The glimpse quickened her heartb...

  • Preparation

    Okay. Here we go. It’s time to start. For the first time since I started going to school, I’m going to finish the year with a 4.0 GPA. Four-point-freaking-zero! I do this, and I’m getting that Porsche I pointed out to my dad last mont...

  • Talking to Your Food (Mature)

    “I—I thought you were my friend!” she sobbed. I smiled down at her. “I am your friend. That’s why I’m going to eat you.” “But—I don’t wanna die!” I stroked her hair gently. “You’re n...

    • Author: Throat Wolf
    • Posted almost 11 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Mental Block

    Sitting, pen twirling through fingers … Tap-a-tap-tapping on the scribbled desk below … Head in hands, hands on desk … Look up … Clock’s a-tick-ticking … Eyes blink-blink-blinking … Think-think-thinking …...

  • To be a Guardian- Il'yanni's Trial

    Hand over hand, I climbed the knotted rope. I don’t know how long I climbed, but the ground fell away under me. Difficult work, but my prey was a difficult man. Looking up, I examined my progress. The rope disappeared into clouds that hugged the ...

  • Keywords

    This campfire society is a call to isolation. Away from technology’s test, no need to duck bullets. Sequestered away from that teeming death hole, One may take pride in life and philosophy, comedy and fears. It is a speed run from darkness to lig...

    • Author: Tesseract
    • Posted about 9 years ago.
  • Inside (poem)

    It hurts so bad. I feel the pain. When things look up, it starts to rain. I cry inside. No one hears. I die inside. No more tears. I stand back up, hold my head up high. I’m not giving up. I just won’t die. Keep on living is what I’ll do. ...

    • Author: Zombiegirl
    • Posted about 9 years ago.
    • 2 out of 5
  • In Between Minds- Precipice of Responsibility

    The closer I got to the door, the slower I moved. A few feet from it, I stopped entirely. “If tying up loose ends is rule two, then what is rule one?” “Why obedience, of course.” At that moment he sounded like the Polkovnik. The...

  • 'They' = Human: An Extra-terrestrial Report

    The Statue of Liberty stands alone on its island in the darkness. The spotlights that normally illuminate its green glow have since been lifted from the Earth and sent into orbit. They meander weightlessly in a mysterious bubble wrap that encapsulates ...

  • Initial Trial

    I fought into the bulky mass of pistons, joints and rods, unconvinced by the assurances that this suit was made to accommodate a human being. Dr Jones tugged the clips and seals into place. I was trapped in the contraption. I could feel myself begin to...

  • Tight Fit

    They call it a DuckSuit because ducking is the most exaggerated reflex a human can do when trying to avoid something while standing still; Flying Qantum Fists, Invincible Machetes, Black Adder Bullets, GigaBight Javelins, Bolt Whips, and the precise Fl...

    • Author: 32 Squared
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Karl Miner, Hero for Hire

    The Sink Hole was quiet and the hot air outside had long since defeated the two slow spinning ceiling fans. Karl Miner nursed his second beer, not because he enjoyed the taste, but because the first had disappeared so quickly. He was here for a prospec...

  • ...for Humans Only

    “You can’t order me around, you know. You’re just a machine.” “That’s true. Let me contact your parents. Oh, wait. They’re dead.” “Stop being so mean!” “I’m not mean. I simply have...

    • Author: Trann
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5