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Valentine's Day Challenges

By now you've probably noticed that I've been making a lot of challenges all centered around a specific holiday or theme. I did a bunch for Halloween and I did a bunch for Christmas. Now this time I've made a whole bunch for Valentine's Day, even though that's not my favorite holiday due to personal reasons but I'm not going to let that spoil everyone's fun and creativity.

Each challenge is placed under a specific portal. Word length for each varies. To check out the challenges, copy and paste the links into the URL or head to the challenges page! I like reading what everybody can come up with, so please be so kind and enter any challenges that interest you or fill free to enter all of them. All challenges end on Valentine's Day!

1. Romance/Erotica: I don't normally create these kinds of challenges, but what the hell. Valentine's Day is coming up. Write a hot, erotic story about the ultimate sexual experience on Valentine's Day.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4742

2. Science Fiction: Write a love story...IN SPACE! Or whatever futuristic setting you can think of.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4741

3. Horror & Thriller: Write a love story with a KILLER good time! EYAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

https://theprose.com/challenge/4740

4. Haiku: Write a pair of haikus, one describing how each lover feels for the other.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4739

5. Comedy: Oops! Well, that just happened? Write a comedic story about the most hilariously embarrassing thing that can happen on a first date, during Valentine's Day.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4738

6. LGBT: Love is love. Write a love story featuring a LGBT couple.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4737

7. Paranormal: Can true love live on after death? Write a ghostly love story.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4736

8. Music and Rap: Sing your heart out! What is the best love song ever?

https://theprose.com/challenge/4735

9. Reviews: Love leaps off the screen! Review the best romance movie you ever saw.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4734

10. Gaming: Take this to the next level! Who are the best video game couples ever?

https://theprose.com/challenge/4733

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Valentine's Day Challenges
By now you've probably noticed that I've been making a lot of challenges all centered around a specific holiday or theme. I did a bunch for Halloween and I did a bunch for Christmas. Now this time I've made a whole bunch for Valentine's Day, even though that's not my favorite holiday due to personal reasons but I'm not going to let that spoil everyone's fun and creativity.

Each challenge is placed under a specific portal. Word length for each varies. To check out the challenges, copy and paste the links into the URL or head to the challenges page! I like reading what everybody can come up with, so please be so kind and enter any challenges that interest you or fill free to enter all of them. All challenges end on Valentine's Day!

1. Romance/Erotica: I don't normally create these kinds of challenges, but what the hell. Valentine's Day is coming up. Write a hot, erotic story about the ultimate sexual experience on Valentine's Day.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4742

2. Science Fiction: Write a love story...IN SPACE! Or whatever futuristic setting you can think of.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4741

3. Horror & Thriller: Write a love story with a KILLER good time! EYAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

https://theprose.com/challenge/4740

4. Haiku: Write a pair of haikus, one describing how each lover feels for the other.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4739

5. Comedy: Oops! Well, that just happened? Write a comedic story about the most hilariously embarrassing thing that can happen on a first date, during Valentine's Day.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4738

6. LGBT: Love is love. Write a love story featuring a LGBT couple.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4737

7. Paranormal: Can true love live on after death? Write a ghostly love story.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4736

8. Music and Rap: Sing your heart out! What is the best love song ever?

https://theprose.com/challenge/4735

9. Reviews: Love leaps off the screen! Review the best romance movie you ever saw.

https://theprose.com/challenge/4734

10. Gaming: Take this to the next level! Who are the best video game couples ever?

https://theprose.com/challenge/4733
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Harry Situation Reviews: Bunsen is a Beast (1st Impressions)

Nickelodeon has had a lot of ups and downs when it came to their animated shows, the Nicktoons. They've had many great shows like Rugrats, Jimmy Neutron, Invader Zim, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Legend of Korra, The Loud House, and the first couple seasons of SpongeBob to name a few. But they've had their fair share of bombs too with Breadwinners, Back at the Barnyard, Sanjay and Craig, Planet Sheen, and the later seasons of SpongeBob. And now Nick's got Bunsen is a Beast, a new animated show by Butch Hartman, the creator of hits like Fairly Odd Parents, Danny Phantom, and TUFF Puppy.

First of all let me just say what a big fan I am of animator Butch Hartman. This guy has done Nickelodeon proud by bringing to life his style of animation with a ton of memorable characters and quirky situations. His works with Fairly Odd Parents and Danny Phantom are awesome, even though FOP has been on life support for way too long (just pull the plug, man), and I actually liked TUFF Puppy, even though its parent studio didn't give a shit about its animated shows (that's no joke, Nick doesn't care which shows it hurts). Bunsen is a Beast is his latest project and his first animated series done with flash animation, the same style used for MLP. The premise is about a beast named Bunsen who is now going to a human school, makes friends with a boy named Mikey, is harassed by a girl named Amanda, and I'm scratching my head so hard that I can feel the cerebrum. 

Now just to be clear this is not a full-fleshed review of the show. This is just my first impressions of the first episode that was previewed as of yesterday. The series itself doesn't officially air until February. Also no grading scale will be placed at the end of the review since this is just one episode out of an entire season, and it would be really unfair if I judged a whole series just off that one without seeing the other episodes. So how does it hold up so far? Well if the one thing I can describe its opening theme song is ear sodomy, then we're probably not off to a good start.

Okay I'm starting to sound a little harsh. Let's take a look at the first episode, which is titled "Hide and Go Freak". This episode is about Mikey hanging out at Bunsen's house, which seems to be a living creature itself, and Amanda tries to disguise herself as a beast to get into his house. I'm so lost in the episode's plot to a point my GPS gave the fuck up. 

The second episode is titled "Bunsen Screams for Ice Cream". In this episode, Amanda tries to get Bunsen expelled by using ice cream truck music to lure him out of school. Wow, so that's what my medulla oblongata feels like!

Okay the first problem I noticed in both episodes that the jokes fall flat. Danny Phantom and Fairly Odd Parents had some great lines in each of their episodes, but I'm afraid Bunsen is a Beast is hitting my funny bone. There's one joke that's dragged out where they meet a beast named Roger. Oh wait, Bunsen claims that's not how you pronounce it. It's Roooooooogeeeeer? What the fuck am I writing this for? Also there are times where the characters pretty much had to explain a joke. To quote the Joker, "If you have to explain a joke, there is no joke!"

Hang in there, Harry! You know Butch's toons better than anyone. You know what made his nicktoons stand out were his characters. So how are the characters? Good god, Bunsen has the most annoying voice I've heard in any cartoon. It's more annoying than SpongeBob's. Oh yeah, I went there! Mikey is just bland overall, and Amanda is probably the only character that I, sort of, tolerate. 

Recently I asked fellow Proser MarkOlmsted to give me an analysis on my "Sins of the Father" short stories, and he as been tremendously helpful with his constructive criticism and advice. One thing that he's commented on a lot is that he likes the premise yet the series seems to lack any set of rules for the universe I've created. He definitely makes some fair points. Mostly I've written the series and tried to improvise the rules as I wrote each story. But other times I've been like Seto Kaiba from Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged where I'm like, "Screw the rules! I have money!", which is very inaccurate since I'm trying to finish up college and therefore I have no money. 

That's exactly what I experienced when I watched these two episodes. I'm not entirely sure what the established rules in this universe are. Things happen in the episodes because shit just happens. Everything in Bunsen's house is alive. Why? Coconuts! Best answer I can get out of this. Amanda wants Bunsen to be kicked out of human school. Why? She's racist? Speciesist? Fuck it! Potato Chips, another better answer I can come up with. It doesn't explain if everyone else is cool with Bunsen being a beast, does everyone know he's a beast, what exactly defines themselves as a beast in this universe, all that jazz. Holy shit, is this the kind of hell I've put you threw, MarkOlmsted? Oh my god, I am so sorry dude! The horrors you must have witnesses! Tell you what, man, I won't bother you anymore. I'll quit Prose, I'll change my name, I'll pay for any damages, just don't sue me man!

Oh I'm just kidding about all that. MarkOlmsted, you're a very patient and wonderful human being, and I thank you. 

Is there anything nice I can say about this first episode? The new animation style is quite nice. The best part about Butch Hartman's shows is the animation. The animation in this story is very bright and colorful and it all flows neatly together. 

Maybe I'm just too old for Butch Hartman's antics. I know what you're thinking; but Harry Situation, you sexy bastard, aren't you too old for cartoons in general? FUCK NO! Nobody's too old for cartoons! I'm 24 years old and I'm proudly watching The Loud House, Star Wars: Rebels, and My Little Pony for fuck's sake!

So my first impressions of the new Nicktoon really isn't positive. But maybe the rest of the show is much better. Only time with tell. Like I said I'm not going to use a grading scale and then slap a final grade for these two episodes just because this is just a taste of what's to come. I'll wait until the first season is completed and then make my final judgement. Until then if you want to check it out feel free to do so, or don't that's up to you. 

Thank you all so much for reading my first impressions of this new series. I probably won't do this very often, but I just wanted to put my two cents out there. Big shout out to my friend MarkOlmsted for being a big help for providing feedback and constructive criticism on my series! Thank you so much for your time and help, my man! Please head to his profile, like and follow, and check out his posts and his books now available in the Prose Bookstore!

And, as always, please be kind, leave a like and comment, and check back for more Harry Situation Reviews here on Prose, especially with the start of my upcoming Countdown Reviews!

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Harry Situation Reviews: Bunsen is a Beast (1st Impressions)
Nickelodeon has had a lot of ups and downs when it came to their animated shows, the Nicktoons. They've had many great shows like Rugrats, Jimmy Neutron, Invader Zim, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Legend of Korra, The Loud House, and the first couple seasons of SpongeBob to name a few. But they've had their fair share of bombs too with Breadwinners, Back at the Barnyard, Sanjay and Craig, Planet Sheen, and the later seasons of SpongeBob. And now Nick's got Bunsen is a Beast, a new animated show by Butch Hartman, the creator of hits like Fairly Odd Parents, Danny Phantom, and TUFF Puppy.

First of all let me just say what a big fan I am of animator Butch Hartman. This guy has done Nickelodeon proud by bringing to life his style of animation with a ton of memorable characters and quirky situations. His works with Fairly Odd Parents and Danny Phantom are awesome, even though FOP has been on life support for way too long (just pull the plug, man), and I actually liked TUFF Puppy, even though its parent studio didn't give a shit about its animated shows (that's no joke, Nick doesn't care which shows it hurts). Bunsen is a Beast is his latest project and his first animated series done with flash animation, the same style used for MLP. The premise is about a beast named Bunsen who is now going to a human school, makes friends with a boy named Mikey, is harassed by a girl named Amanda, and I'm scratching my head so hard that I can feel the cerebrum. 

Now just to be clear this is not a full-fleshed review of the show. This is just my first impressions of the first episode that was previewed as of yesterday. The series itself doesn't officially air until February. Also no grading scale will be placed at the end of the review since this is just one episode out of an entire season, and it would be really unfair if I judged a whole series just off that one without seeing the other episodes. So how does it hold up so far? Well if the one thing I can describe its opening theme song is ear sodomy, then we're probably not off to a good start.

Okay I'm starting to sound a little harsh. Let's take a look at the first episode, which is titled "Hide and Go Freak". This episode is about Mikey hanging out at Bunsen's house, which seems to be a living creature itself, and Amanda tries to disguise herself as a beast to get into his house. I'm so lost in the episode's plot to a point my GPS gave the fuck up. 

The second episode is titled "Bunsen Screams for Ice Cream". In this episode, Amanda tries to get Bunsen expelled by using ice cream truck music to lure him out of school. Wow, so that's what my medulla oblongata feels like!

Okay the first problem I noticed in both episodes that the jokes fall flat. Danny Phantom and Fairly Odd Parents had some great lines in each of their episodes, but I'm afraid Bunsen is a Beast is hitting my funny bone. There's one joke that's dragged out where they meet a beast named Roger. Oh wait, Bunsen claims that's not how you pronounce it. It's Roooooooogeeeeer? What the fuck am I writing this for? Also there are times where the characters pretty much had to explain a joke. To quote the Joker, "If you have to explain a joke, there is no joke!"

Hang in there, Harry! You know Butch's toons better than anyone. You know what made his nicktoons stand out were his characters. So how are the characters? Good god, Bunsen has the most annoying voice I've heard in any cartoon. It's more annoying than SpongeBob's. Oh yeah, I went there! Mikey is just bland overall, and Amanda is probably the only character that I, sort of, tolerate. 

Recently I asked fellow Proser MarkOlmsted to give me an analysis on my "Sins of the Father" short stories, and he as been tremendously helpful with his constructive criticism and advice. One thing that he's commented on a lot is that he likes the premise yet the series seems to lack any set of rules for the universe I've created. He definitely makes some fair points. Mostly I've written the series and tried to improvise the rules as I wrote each story. But other times I've been like Seto Kaiba from Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged where I'm like, "Screw the rules! I have money!", which is very inaccurate since I'm trying to finish up college and therefore I have no money. 

That's exactly what I experienced when I watched these two episodes. I'm not entirely sure what the established rules in this universe are. Things happen in the episodes because shit just happens. Everything in Bunsen's house is alive. Why? Coconuts! Best answer I can get out of this. Amanda wants Bunsen to be kicked out of human school. Why? She's racist? Speciesist? Fuck it! Potato Chips, another better answer I can come up with. It doesn't explain if everyone else is cool with Bunsen being a beast, does everyone know he's a beast, what exactly defines themselves as a beast in this universe, all that jazz. Holy shit, is this the kind of hell I've put you threw, MarkOlmsted? Oh my god, I am so sorry dude! The horrors you must have witnesses! Tell you what, man, I won't bother you anymore. I'll quit Prose, I'll change my name, I'll pay for any damages, just don't sue me man!

Oh I'm just kidding about all that. MarkOlmsted, you're a very patient and wonderful human being, and I thank you. 

Is there anything nice I can say about this first episode? The new animation style is quite nice. The best part about Butch Hartman's shows is the animation. The animation in this story is very bright and colorful and it all flows neatly together. 

Maybe I'm just too old for Butch Hartman's antics. I know what you're thinking; but Harry Situation, you sexy bastard, aren't you too old for cartoons in general? FUCK NO! Nobody's too old for cartoons! I'm 24 years old and I'm proudly watching The Loud House, Star Wars: Rebels, and My Little Pony for fuck's sake!

So my first impressions of the new Nicktoon really isn't positive. But maybe the rest of the show is much better. Only time with tell. Like I said I'm not going to use a grading scale and then slap a final grade for these two episodes just because this is just a taste of what's to come. I'll wait until the first season is completed and then make my final judgement. Until then if you want to check it out feel free to do so, or don't that's up to you. 

Thank you all so much for reading my first impressions of this new series. I probably won't do this very often, but I just wanted to put my two cents out there. Big shout out to my friend MarkOlmsted for being a big help for providing feedback and constructive criticism on my series! Thank you so much for your time and help, my man! Please head to his profile, like and follow, and check out his posts and his books now available in the Prose Bookstore!

And, as always, please be kind, leave a like and comment, and check back for more Harry Situation Reviews here on Prose, especially with the start of my upcoming Countdown Reviews!
#childrens  #opinion  #cartoon  #harrysituationreviews  #nickelodeon 
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Take this to the next level! Who are the best video game couples ever?
Written by Harry_Situation in portal Gaming

Don't Make a Girl a Promise You Can't Keep

Can an Artificial Intelligence fall in love? 

Can a veteran soldier find love? 

These two definitely did.

Master Chief and Cortana...

Love that reaches beyond the stars.

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Take this to the next level! Who are the best video game couples ever?
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Don't Make a Girl a Promise You Can't Keep
Can an Artificial Intelligence fall in love? 

Can a veteran soldier find love? 

These two definitely did.

Master Chief and Cortana...

Love that reaches beyond the stars.
#love  #videogames  #halo 
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Harry Situation Reviews: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)

Hello Prosers. I regret to inform you that this is a review about a Netflix series based on a series of popular books with the most depressing adventures of three unfortunate orphans. Depressing, a word that means very, very sad. I'd advise that you'd look away, click off now, and find a post with a much more happier tone than this.

A Series of Unfortunate Events makes its way back to live action adaptation as the newest series on Netflix. Based on the worldwide phenomenon book series by Daniel Handler (also known by his pen name Lemony Snicket), three children (Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire) recently lost their parents in a freak fire and must live with their bastardly relative Count Olaf (played by Neil Patrick Harris). Patrick Warburton also stars as the fictional author himself who is investigating the dreary travels of the Baudelaire Orphans.

I absolutely love the books. I've read and own all of them. They were filled with interesting characters, intriguing mysteries, and you also got to learn some new terminology along the way. As I said before this isn't the first live action adaptation of Snicket's series as the first three were adapted into a film in 2004 with Jim Carrey starring as Count Olaf. It wasn't bad but I didn't think much of it at the time. So how does the series hold up? Let's just say that at first listening to the show's intro song I was going to really like this series.

The show seems to stick to the books pretty well (for the most part), the first four books being adapted into the first season. I'd be lying if I didn't say that there were some instances that they added or changed from the novels that irritated me a little. If you're going to tell the author's story tell it, don't take the author's story and write it off as your own! However I will also say that some of the added scenes were quite enjoyable and humorous. Humorous, a word that means causing lighthearted laughter and amusement, not to be mistaken for the arm bone that is called humerus. And yeah speaking of humor, the writers did a great job for crafting up some great dialogue. Probably one of the best jokes I've seen so far is when Olaf is talking to Uncle Monty and when asked if he liked movies Olaf replies that he prefers watching things in the comforts of his own home while smiling at the camera. I love fourth wall humor!

I only have two words to say about Neil Patrick Harris as the vile Count Olaf: perfect casting! While I like Jim Carrey even I have admit he was a terrible choice for Count Olaf. But Harry, you beautiful readers object, if you like Jim Carrey so much why would you saw that about? Because that's the point! You're not suppose to like Count Olaf, you're suppose to really, really, really dislike him. And Neil Patrick Harris nailed it! It was amusing to see him a kinda goofy and over-the-top but the real highlights were when he was portraying Olaf's more heinous bastardly side. Job well done to you, Mr. Harris!

I truly like the children portraying the Baudelaire Orphans. They seem to match up their book counterparts 100%. And let me just fanboy out for a bit when I say OMG! OMG! Sunny Baudelaire is voiced by voice actress Tara Strong! The voice of Timmy Turner of Fairly Oddparents, the voice of Harley Quinn of Batman Arkham City, and the voice of Twilight Sparkle of MLP! Oh god, I love that woman! TARA, MARRY ME PLEASE!

*Coughs* I apologize for that outburst.

Other great casting choices were Aasif Mandvi as the Baudelaire's best guardian Dr. Montgomery Montgomery (or Uncle Monty for short), Kenneth Todd Freeman as the bumbling Mr. Poe, and Joan Cusack as Judge Justice Strauss. I thought Alfre Woodard was an alright portrayal of Aunt Josephine but it's kinda hard to match up with the great Meryl Streep's performance. I like how Olaf's theater troupe has a lot more screen time and are just so hilarious in their own ways. However I think I stand by my belief, despite what others would say, that the biggest miscasting was Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket. Don't get me wrong I love the guy, but every time he's onscreen reading Lemony's words all I hear is Kronk from The Emperor's New Groove or Joe Swanson from Family Guy.

Megaprops to the set and costume designers because they've went out of their ways to make sure everything and everyone matched the books. Seriously, Google Neil Patrick Harris as Olaf right now and look how he turned out. It is marvelous! 

Prosers, if you are still reading this then you know for a fact that I greatly enjoyed the first season. It is saddening to inform you that the miserable misadventures of the Baudelaire children do not end there. Two more seasons are underway so you can view more of their traumas like some kind of sociopath. But I must say if you prefer Netflix series with happy endings, this is not the show for you and must advise that you find something else on or rent Redbox or simply just go outside and enjoy some fresh air. But if you wish to truly venture into the lives of the Baudelaires and learn more of the secrets within each episode then by all means no one's stopping you. 

Now for my grading scale, which is a figurative scale not a literal scale. It is a scale that I use to list out both positives and negatives that I imagine inside my head as a way to place a final grade. For example if find more positives it will result in a higher grade like receiving more correct answers on a final exam rather than receiving more incorrect answers that will result in a lower grade.

                                Positives:                                    Negatives:

                               -Outstanding cast                      -Couple of miscasts

                               -Great humor                            -Some added stuff

                               -Costume design

                               -Set design

                               -Intriguing mystery

                               -All out fun

Final Grade: B+

So that's my review of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Have you binged this series yet? What are your thoughts? Did you enjoy the books too? Please be kind, leave a like and comment below, and check back again for more series of unfortunate reviews. Also coming soon is the start of my Countdown Reviews so tune in for that!

Best Quote:

Violet Baudelaire: "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious..."

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Harry Situation Reviews: A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix)
Hello Prosers. I regret to inform you that this is a review about a Netflix series based on a series of popular books with the most depressing adventures of three unfortunate orphans. Depressing, a word that means very, very sad. I'd advise that you'd look away, click off now, and find a post with a much more happier tone than this.

A Series of Unfortunate Events makes its way back to live action adaptation as the newest series on Netflix. Based on the worldwide phenomenon book series by Daniel Handler (also known by his pen name Lemony Snicket), three children (Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire) recently lost their parents in a freak fire and must live with their bastardly relative Count Olaf (played by Neil Patrick Harris). Patrick Warburton also stars as the fictional author himself who is investigating the dreary travels of the Baudelaire Orphans.

I absolutely love the books. I've read and own all of them. They were filled with interesting characters, intriguing mysteries, and you also got to learn some new terminology along the way. As I said before this isn't the first live action adaptation of Snicket's series as the first three were adapted into a film in 2004 with Jim Carrey starring as Count Olaf. It wasn't bad but I didn't think much of it at the time. So how does the series hold up? Let's just say that at first listening to the show's intro song I was going to really like this series.

The show seems to stick to the books pretty well (for the most part), the first four books being adapted into the first season. I'd be lying if I didn't say that there were some instances that they added or changed from the novels that irritated me a little. If you're going to tell the author's story tell it, don't take the author's story and write it off as your own! However I will also say that some of the added scenes were quite enjoyable and humorous. Humorous, a word that means causing lighthearted laughter and amusement, not to be mistaken for the arm bone that is called humerus. And yeah speaking of humor, the writers did a great job for crafting up some great dialogue. Probably one of the best jokes I've seen so far is when Olaf is talking to Uncle Monty and when asked if he liked movies Olaf replies that he prefers watching things in the comforts of his own home while smiling at the camera. I love fourth wall humor!

I only have two words to say about Neil Patrick Harris as the vile Count Olaf: perfect casting! While I like Jim Carrey even I have admit he was a terrible choice for Count Olaf. But Harry, you beautiful readers object, if you like Jim Carrey so much why would you saw that about? Because that's the point! You're not suppose to like Count Olaf, you're suppose to really, really, really dislike him. And Neil Patrick Harris nailed it! It was amusing to see him a kinda goofy and over-the-top but the real highlights were when he was portraying Olaf's more heinous bastardly side. Job well done to you, Mr. Harris!

I truly like the children portraying the Baudelaire Orphans. They seem to match up their book counterparts 100%. And let me just fanboy out for a bit when I say OMG! OMG! Sunny Baudelaire is voiced by voice actress Tara Strong! The voice of Timmy Turner of Fairly Oddparents, the voice of Harley Quinn of Batman Arkham City, and the voice of Twilight Sparkle of MLP! Oh god, I love that woman! TARA, MARRY ME PLEASE!

*Coughs* I apologize for that outburst.

Other great casting choices were Aasif Mandvi as the Baudelaire's best guardian Dr. Montgomery Montgomery (or Uncle Monty for short), Kenneth Todd Freeman as the bumbling Mr. Poe, and Joan Cusack as Judge Justice Strauss. I thought Alfre Woodard was an alright portrayal of Aunt Josephine but it's kinda hard to match up with the great Meryl Streep's performance. I like how Olaf's theater troupe has a lot more screen time and are just so hilarious in their own ways. However I think I stand by my belief, despite what others would say, that the biggest miscasting was Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket. Don't get me wrong I love the guy, but every time he's onscreen reading Lemony's words all I hear is Kronk from The Emperor's New Groove or Joe Swanson from Family Guy.

Megaprops to the set and costume designers because they've went out of their ways to make sure everything and everyone matched the books. Seriously, Google Neil Patrick Harris as Olaf right now and look how he turned out. It is marvelous! 

Prosers, if you are still reading this then you know for a fact that I greatly enjoyed the first season. It is saddening to inform you that the miserable misadventures of the Baudelaire children do not end there. Two more seasons are underway so you can view more of their traumas like some kind of sociopath. But I must say if you prefer Netflix series with happy endings, this is not the show for you and must advise that you find something else on or rent Redbox or simply just go outside and enjoy some fresh air. But if you wish to truly venture into the lives of the Baudelaires and learn more of the secrets within each episode then by all means no one's stopping you. 

Now for my grading scale, which is a figurative scale not a literal scale. It is a scale that I use to list out both positives and negatives that I imagine inside my head as a way to place a final grade. For example if find more positives it will result in a higher grade like receiving more correct answers on a final exam rather than receiving more incorrect answers that will result in a lower grade.

                                Positives:                                    Negatives:
                               -Outstanding cast                      -Couple of miscasts
                               -Great humor                            -Some added stuff
                               -Costume design
                               -Set design
                               -Intriguing mystery
                               -All out fun

Final Grade: B+

So that's my review of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Have you binged this series yet? What are your thoughts? Did you enjoy the books too? Please be kind, leave a like and comment below, and check back again for more series of unfortunate reviews. Also coming soon is the start of my Countdown Reviews so tune in for that!

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Violet Baudelaire: "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious..."
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A-White-Elephant-Exchange-Challenge-of-Sorts. Pick a discarded, worn out or unusable idea you've had for a story or poem and re-gift it to someone you know can breath new life into it! In the comments, tag the person along with the idea you are giving them. That person then has the option of completing the challenge and creating a new topic for someone else...or re-gifting the idea! I'll issue out the first topic and we may go from there. Tag me as well, if you wish. #whiteelephanttales
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Telegram to Ms. Sandflea68

Alright, this looks like fun. Don't mind if I drop in as well.

This one is to @sandflea68. You have a remarkable way of storytelling. That is why I propose that you write a fantastical story about danger, suspense, twists and turns, and drama.

The synopsis: A crime thriller about a pair of superheroes who must work together in order to stop a vicious serial killer from committing one of the most heinous of crimes, killing other superpowered beings.

Are you up to the challenge?

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A-White-Elephant-Exchange-Challenge-of-Sorts. Pick a discarded, worn out or unusable idea you've had for a story or poem and re-gift it to someone you know can breath new life into it! In the comments, tag the person along with the idea you are giving them. That person then has the option of completing the challenge and creating a new topic for someone else...or re-gifting the idea! I'll issue out the first topic and we may go from there. Tag me as well, if you wish. #whiteelephanttales
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Telegram to Ms. Sandflea68
Alright, this looks like fun. Don't mind if I drop in as well.

This one is to @sandflea68. You have a remarkable way of storytelling. That is why I propose that you write a fantastical story about danger, suspense, twists and turns, and drama.

The synopsis: A crime thriller about a pair of superheroes who must work together in order to stop a vicious serial killer from committing one of the most heinous of crimes, killing other superpowered beings.

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Swami Vivekananda

"You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul."

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Swami Vivekananda
"You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul."
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Harry Situation Reviews: The Exorcist

Hey everyone.

By now you've probably noticed that I posted the death of author William Peter Blatty, best known for his work of writing one of the scariest books of all time, The Exorcist. It is unfortunate to hear of his passing. While I may have never read the book but I did see the acclaimed horror film, which Blatty wrote the script for and won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. So to honor him, here's my tribute to the late, talented author. A review of what is now considered to be one of the scariest movies ever made. And it just seems so fitting that it's on Friday the 13th, isn't it?

The Exorcist was the classic horror movie released back in 1973, and based on the novel that also claims it was based on a real event. It was directed by William Friedkin, best known for films such as The French Connection and Killer Joe, with, as mentioned before, the author himself who wrote the screenplay. The story is pretty familiar by now. A girl named Regan (played by Linda Blair) gets possessed by a demon so two priests, Father Damien Karras (played by Jason Miller) and Father Lankester Merrin (played by Max von Sydow), are called in to perform an exorcism to save the girl's soul.

I think what works best for the film is that the tension and the scares slowly build throughout and it delivers at the perfect moment, the moment where you least expect it. It was also visually terrifying as well. Seeing a sweet, innocent girl deteriorate into a disgusting, zombie-like monstrosity is actually hard to watch. More disturbing was watching her stab her vagina with a crucifix. Thanks for the nightmares, movie!

The performances are superb. Jason Miller excellently portrays Father Damien as a priest who seems to be loosing his faith due to his depression and passing of his mother. Max von Sydow was excellent as Father Merrin, kinda serving as like the wise old mentor like he knows a lot about what's going on. Megaprops to Linda Blair's portray as Regan. From kind and innocent to fucked up and terrifying over the course of the entire film. And yeah, you've probably guessed it by now. Regan from Sins of the Father is undoubtedly a reference to Regan from The Exorcist. But you've got to admit, it was a clever reference.

I love the atmosphere the movie has. Most of the scares take place in a house but there's something about that house that screams horror. Even the music helps step the film's tone that brings viewers into the dark side of the supernatural. Hell, that opening piano music is catchy too!

You also have to give props to the special effects team back then because it is amazing how well they hold up today. From possessed Regan spitting up green vomit to her head making a complete rotation like the earth, those were some damn good special effects.

The Exorcist to this day is still considered one of the scariest movies of all time, and it's not hard to see why. Everything about this film just screams the perfect horror movie. I loved watching the first time and I look forward every Halloween to watch it again and again. Oh, I should probably talk about the sequels and prequels too. They suck! Oh, and I have one thing to say about the TV show: ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!

Final Grade: A+

So, have you seen The Exorcist? Were you scared? Please be kind, leave a like and comment below, and check back again for more awesome reviews!

"We mourn the blossoms of May because they are to whither; but we know that May is one day to have its revenge upon November, by the revolution of that solemn circle which never stops---which teaches us in our height of hope, ever to be sober, and in our depth of desolation, never to despair."

                           -William Peter Blatty, The Exorcist

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Harry Situation Reviews: The Exorcist
Hey everyone.

By now you've probably noticed that I posted the death of author William Peter Blatty, best known for his work of writing one of the scariest books of all time, The Exorcist. It is unfortunate to hear of his passing. While I may have never read the book but I did see the acclaimed horror film, which Blatty wrote the script for and won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. So to honor him, here's my tribute to the late, talented author. A review of what is now considered to be one of the scariest movies ever made. And it just seems so fitting that it's on Friday the 13th, isn't it?

The Exorcist was the classic horror movie released back in 1973, and based on the novel that also claims it was based on a real event. It was directed by William Friedkin, best known for films such as The French Connection and Killer Joe, with, as mentioned before, the author himself who wrote the screenplay. The story is pretty familiar by now. A girl named Regan (played by Linda Blair) gets possessed by a demon so two priests, Father Damien Karras (played by Jason Miller) and Father Lankester Merrin (played by Max von Sydow), are called in to perform an exorcism to save the girl's soul.

I think what works best for the film is that the tension and the scares slowly build throughout and it delivers at the perfect moment, the moment where you least expect it. It was also visually terrifying as well. Seeing a sweet, innocent girl deteriorate into a disgusting, zombie-like monstrosity is actually hard to watch. More disturbing was watching her stab her vagina with a crucifix. Thanks for the nightmares, movie!

The performances are superb. Jason Miller excellently portrays Father Damien as a priest who seems to be loosing his faith due to his depression and passing of his mother. Max von Sydow was excellent as Father Merrin, kinda serving as like the wise old mentor like he knows a lot about what's going on. Megaprops to Linda Blair's portray as Regan. From kind and innocent to fucked up and terrifying over the course of the entire film. And yeah, you've probably guessed it by now. Regan from Sins of the Father is undoubtedly a reference to Regan from The Exorcist. But you've got to admit, it was a clever reference.

I love the atmosphere the movie has. Most of the scares take place in a house but there's something about that house that screams horror. Even the music helps step the film's tone that brings viewers into the dark side of the supernatural. Hell, that opening piano music is catchy too!

You also have to give props to the special effects team back then because it is amazing how well they hold up today. From possessed Regan spitting up green vomit to her head making a complete rotation like the earth, those were some damn good special effects.

The Exorcist to this day is still considered one of the scariest movies of all time, and it's not hard to see why. Everything about this film just screams the perfect horror movie. I loved watching the first time and I look forward every Halloween to watch it again and again. Oh, I should probably talk about the sequels and prequels too. They suck! Oh, and I have one thing to say about the TV show: ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!

Final Grade: A+

So, have you seen The Exorcist? Were you scared? Please be kind, leave a like and comment below, and check back again for more awesome reviews!

"We mourn the blossoms of May because they are to whither; but we know that May is one day to have its revenge upon November, by the revolution of that solemn circle which never stops---which teaches us in our height of hope, ever to be sober, and in our depth of desolation, never to despair."

                           -William Peter Blatty, The Exorcist


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William Peter Blatty

The man who wrote one of the scariest books that was turned into one of scariest movies of all time has passed away. Hope you're scaring more wherever you are. 

Rest in peace.

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The man who wrote one of the scariest books that was turned into one of scariest movies of all time has passed away. Hope you're scaring more wherever you are. 

Rest in peace.
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Prehistoric Alphabet

Ammonite

Baryonyx

Carcharodontosaurus

Deinosuchus

Elasmosaurus

Falcatus

Giganotosaurus

Hyracotherium

Iguanodon

Jeholopterus

Kronosaurus

Lambeosaurus

Megalodon

Nothronychus

Oviraptor

Pteranodon

Quetzalcoatlus

Riojasuchus

Smilodon

Tyrannosaurus

Uintatherium

Velociraptor

Wolly Mammoth

Xiphactinus

Yutyrannus

Zuniceratops

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Write a piece either poetry or prose, where each word starts with the next letter of the alphabet
Written by Harry_Situation
Prehistoric Alphabet
Ammonite
Baryonyx
Carcharodontosaurus
Deinosuchus
Elasmosaurus
Falcatus
Giganotosaurus
Hyracotherium
Iguanodon
Jeholopterus
Kronosaurus
Lambeosaurus
Megalodon
Nothronychus
Oviraptor
Pteranodon
Quetzalcoatlus
Riojasuchus
Smilodon
Tyrannosaurus
Uintatherium
Velociraptor
Wolly Mammoth
Xiphactinus
Yutyrannus
Zuniceratops
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Sympathy from the Devil

Rosemary sat alone on the rooftop of her house with only the clear starlit night to keep her company. She had her arms wrapped around her legs, scrunched together like a constricted ball. The glittered sky reflected off her sad brown eyes as she watched old footage of a man conducting a band on her phone. The man made funny faces to his entertained audience and they laughed. The band obeyed his command with every wave his hand and baton with their music flowing from a rapid march to then eased into a soft lullaby. When the band finished their overture, the man took a bow and gave his daughter, a once brown haired younger Rosemary, a big hug. A loud applause erupted from the audience which blasted from the phone's speakers.

The video ended and Rosemary shut off her phone. She closed her eyes and rested her head on her arms and knees. The tearful memories of her father pained her heart like jabbing needles. Memories of her father flooded back into her thoughts. She recalled all the fun times they all shared, from going to the movies to attending the greatest and loudest rock concerts. He served as the best music teacher at her school, often considered by many to be the best music teacher on Earth. She remembered when her and her fellow students entered his classroom a different style of music always played on the installed speakers, much to the annoyance of her strict principal, Mrs. Wordworth. 

To both her and her father, music was what connected them the most. They both rocked out in the garage with his majestic guitars. Their heads banged back and forth to the thrash metal that he played on his stereo. She remembered that her father always loved musicals out of any movie. His favorite was The Rocky Horror Picture Show, to a point that she giggled when she remembered that he dressed as Dr. Frank N. Furter during a costume party at Marcus and his partner's home, and sang all the songs as the guests laughed and cheered him on.

It was only a year ago that she lost him to a drunk driver. It was only a year ago that her father passed away from a car accident and she still remembered that day. She was called into Mrs. Wordworth's office. Her mother, Carmen, was there with her little sister as she tearfully shared to both of them the tragic news. She remembered that she wept for hours inside his office space, located in the basement of the house. During a live tribute on her mother's show, she sang a mournful song and played his guitar to an audience who also wept for him. An empty void morphed inside her heart, which continued to grow bigger each day that had passed. 

Then her mother remarried to one many considered, herself included at the time, an odd pairing of the hearts. When she and her sister first met Lu, he was the same as he is now. A crude and selfish creature but balanced out with a more gentle and fun side. Yet she felt that same void was still spiraling inside like a vacant whirlpool. It did not matter how odd his antics were or what thrill-seeking adventure she took in the underworld, that internal pain remained. Tonight, she definitely felt that void again. This time she just wanted to be left alone with her memories and the cool night air.

"Hey there, kiddo." A familiar voice, and the scent of sulfur, finally got her to raise her head out of the comforts of her arms. She looked to her right and saw her stepfather, Lu the devil, sitting next to her. His hand was gently placed around her left shoulder as his arm kept her close to his neatly dressed suit. A light smile was on his pale face as he looked onto Rosemary with his now gentle ruby eyes.

"I know why you're up here." He said to her. "You miss your dad, don't you? You know when I married your mother my intentions were never to replace your father, right? We were just two souls who were looking for something to complete them, and we just happen to find one another. Curious how things turn out like that, am I right? And besides, he seemed like a nice guy. One helluva band conductor too. I bet Father's got him directing the holy choir right now."

Rosie didn't say a word. She let out a deep sigh and looked down onto the silent and clear streets of 999 Milton Avenue. Lu sensed his attempts at comfort were failing. Not that he was at all an expert at empathy. He tried to think of something to help mend Rosie's void. The two sat quietly until Lu finally thought of something else to say.

"I know how you feel." He spoke softly. He then began to share something he never shared with anyone else before. "Believe me, I really do. I know exactly what it feels like to lose someone you hold dear to your heart. If there's something the Bible won't mention it's that even the devil had a mother too. I didn't know her well. She passed when I was still small, yet I still remember seeing her smiling face. She had the best smile I'd ever remembered. So warm, so loving, and so full of life. And her voice, oh man, her voice was truly that of an angel, especially when she sang me to sleep. Mike told me once that she used to refer to me as her morning star." 

His smile then faded. Sad, painful memories began to invade his thoughts too. The memories choked him inside, but he continued his story. "Then the next thing we all knew, no more mommy. They said they found her dead beside my crib. Not sure what happened, but I can't help but feel that I had something to do with it. Mike always reassured that wasn't true. Anyway, Father locked away any and all memorabilia of hers insider her tomb. He then became distant from all of us, mostly me, after her death. So focused on his work, never gave a thought for any of us. Never spoke of her once. Never looked at me the same again even as I grew.

"I still miss her after all this time. Even with each passing millennia there hasn't been a time where I have not thought about my mother. Oh, there's been so many times I just wanted to see her, hold her, talk to her, and, more importantly, just to know her. It hurts knowing that I'll never have the same bond my siblings shared with her so long ago. 

"And you know what? That's okay. That means that her memory will never fade. She'll still be with me until the end of time, just as the memory of your father with stay with you. So it's okay if you still miss your dad. You can miss him, you can cry for him, you can even pray to him. Just know that you never have to be alone anymore. 

"You got your mom and your sister. You got your friends at school to be with. You even got Lilith and Scrugs and Mike and all the others down in the Inferno. And, most importantly, you got me. So, please, don't hide away whenever you're sad. Come find us, any one of us, and we're there for you."

Rosemary to his wise words to heart. The more she thought of him the more she remembered all the good times they had with the whole family. The memories became too much for her to control her emotions, so she sat there and wept. She cried as loud as she could as tears poured out like two rivers of sorrow. She then grasped around Lu's body, her arms held him tighter than a snake around its prey. When she buried eyes deep onto his chest she felt the comforting rhythm of his cold heart. 

Lu sat there confused but understood his stepdaughter's actions. An empathetic smile drew across his heartened face. In a remarkable display of compassion, the devil gently shielded his child with his own arms wrapping around her. He placed a small kiss on her head and rested his cheek on her raven hair, letting her cry out her feelings. A single tear leaked from his eye with memories of his mother now flowing back into his thoughts. These two lonesome souls stayed locked in each others arms, neither one letting go, both remembering loved ones lost and the love they share together.

"It's alright, kiddo." Lu calmly whispered into his weeping child's ear. "Go on, let it all out. You don't have to feel alone anymore. If you're ever feel that way again, just remember I'm here when you need me. Always."

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Sympathy from the Devil
Rosemary sat alone on the rooftop of her house with only the clear starlit night to keep her company. She had her arms wrapped around her legs, scrunched together like a constricted ball. The glittered sky reflected off her sad brown eyes as she watched old footage of a man conducting a band on her phone. The man made funny faces to his entertained audience and they laughed. The band obeyed his command with every wave his hand and baton with their music flowing from a rapid march to then eased into a soft lullaby. When the band finished their overture, the man took a bow and gave his daughter, a once brown haired younger Rosemary, a big hug. A loud applause erupted from the audience which blasted from the phone's speakers.

The video ended and Rosemary shut off her phone. She closed her eyes and rested her head on her arms and knees. The tearful memories of her father pained her heart like jabbing needles. Memories of her father flooded back into her thoughts. She recalled all the fun times they all shared, from going to the movies to attending the greatest and loudest rock concerts. He served as the best music teacher at her school, often considered by many to be the best music teacher on Earth. She remembered when her and her fellow students entered his classroom a different style of music always played on the installed speakers, much to the annoyance of her strict principal, Mrs. Wordworth. 

To both her and her father, music was what connected them the most. They both rocked out in the garage with his majestic guitars. Their heads banged back and forth to the thrash metal that he played on his stereo. She remembered that her father always loved musicals out of any movie. His favorite was The Rocky Horror Picture Show, to a point that she giggled when she remembered that he dressed as Dr. Frank N. Furter during a costume party at Marcus and his partner's home, and sang all the songs as the guests laughed and cheered him on.

It was only a year ago that she lost him to a drunk driver. It was only a year ago that her father passed away from a car accident and she still remembered that day. She was called into Mrs. Wordworth's office. Her mother, Carmen, was there with her little sister as she tearfully shared to both of them the tragic news. She remembered that she wept for hours inside his office space, located in the basement of the house. During a live tribute on her mother's show, she sang a mournful song and played his guitar to an audience who also wept for him. An empty void morphed inside her heart, which continued to grow bigger each day that had passed. 

Then her mother remarried to one many considered, herself included at the time, an odd pairing of the hearts. When she and her sister first met Lu, he was the same as he is now. A crude and selfish creature but balanced out with a more gentle and fun side. Yet she felt that same void was still spiraling inside like a vacant whirlpool. It did not matter how odd his antics were or what thrill-seeking adventure she took in the underworld, that internal pain remained. Tonight, she definitely felt that void again. This time she just wanted to be left alone with her memories and the cool night air.

"Hey there, kiddo." A familiar voice, and the scent of sulfur, finally got her to raise her head out of the comforts of her arms. She looked to her right and saw her stepfather, Lu the devil, sitting next to her. His hand was gently placed around her left shoulder as his arm kept her close to his neatly dressed suit. A light smile was on his pale face as he looked onto Rosemary with his now gentle ruby eyes.

"I know why you're up here." He said to her. "You miss your dad, don't you? You know when I married your mother my intentions were never to replace your father, right? We were just two souls who were looking for something to complete them, and we just happen to find one another. Curious how things turn out like that, am I right? And besides, he seemed like a nice guy. One helluva band conductor too. I bet Father's got him directing the holy choir right now."

Rosie didn't say a word. She let out a deep sigh and looked down onto the silent and clear streets of 999 Milton Avenue. Lu sensed his attempts at comfort were failing. Not that he was at all an expert at empathy. He tried to think of something to help mend Rosie's void. The two sat quietly until Lu finally thought of something else to say.

"I know how you feel." He spoke softly. He then began to share something he never shared with anyone else before. "Believe me, I really do. I know exactly what it feels like to lose someone you hold dear to your heart. If there's something the Bible won't mention it's that even the devil had a mother too. I didn't know her well. She passed when I was still small, yet I still remember seeing her smiling face. She had the best smile I'd ever remembered. So warm, so loving, and so full of life. And her voice, oh man, her voice was truly that of an angel, especially when she sang me to sleep. Mike told me once that she used to refer to me as her morning star." 

His smile then faded. Sad, painful memories began to invade his thoughts too. The memories choked him inside, but he continued his story. "Then the next thing we all knew, no more mommy. They said they found her dead beside my crib. Not sure what happened, but I can't help but feel that I had something to do with it. Mike always reassured that wasn't true. Anyway, Father locked away any and all memorabilia of hers insider her tomb. He then became distant from all of us, mostly me, after her death. So focused on his work, never gave a thought for any of us. Never spoke of her once. Never looked at me the same again even as I grew.

"I still miss her after all this time. Even with each passing millennia there hasn't been a time where I have not thought about my mother. Oh, there's been so many times I just wanted to see her, hold her, talk to her, and, more importantly, just to know her. It hurts knowing that I'll never have the same bond my siblings shared with her so long ago. 

"And you know what? That's okay. That means that her memory will never fade. She'll still be with me until the end of time, just as the memory of your father with stay with you. So it's okay if you still miss your dad. You can miss him, you can cry for him, you can even pray to him. Just know that you never have to be alone anymore. 

"You got your mom and your sister. You got your friends at school to be with. You even got Lilith and Scrugs and Mike and all the others down in the Inferno. And, most importantly, you got me. So, please, don't hide away whenever you're sad. Come find us, any one of us, and we're there for you."

Rosemary to his wise words to heart. The more she thought of him the more she remembered all the good times they had with the whole family. The memories became too much for her to control her emotions, so she sat there and wept. She cried as loud as she could as tears poured out like two rivers of sorrow. She then grasped around Lu's body, her arms held him tighter than a snake around its prey. When she buried eyes deep onto his chest she felt the comforting rhythm of his cold heart. 

Lu sat there confused but understood his stepdaughter's actions. An empathetic smile drew across his heartened face. In a remarkable display of compassion, the devil gently shielded his child with his own arms wrapping around her. He placed a small kiss on her head and rested his cheek on her raven hair, letting her cry out her feelings. A single tear leaked from his eye with memories of his mother now flowing back into his thoughts. These two lonesome souls stayed locked in each others arms, neither one letting go, both remembering loved ones lost and the love they share together.

"It's alright, kiddo." Lu calmly whispered into his weeping child's ear. "Go on, let it all out. You don't have to feel alone anymore. If you're ever feel that way again, just remember I'm here when you need me. Always."
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