Whatever it was: it was going to break out. After a few minutes it stated to shuffle more viciously. Then it started breaking through. In seconds it destroyed the wardrobe. However I was unaware that being me the news papers were about to fall over. The came open me like a tiger ferociously tearing the flesh of its prey. As I regained my balance to stand up-I saw it.
I saw the elevated figure mount before my eyes. It had; thick black hair which accompanied his dull personality, ...
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