Legend of the Mysterious 247-Page Document

2018-01-13 00:04:23 by Bertn1991
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I was in the library at school, waiting for this woman to finish printing her stupendously long document. It's free to print stuff at my school, but they ask that you be courteous and only print documents under 10 pages. Sounds reasonable to me. So, I sat, and I counted 247 pages! What document needs to be 247 pages long? Was she printing the manuscript to her unabridged fantasy epic? Or maybe it was a list of reasons why JK-FlipFlop needs to return to New Grounds.

What do you think she was printing?

 


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RemileOduenRemileOduen

2018-01-13 03:39:42

World domination plan?

Bertn1991 responds:

Haha probably ^.^


PhronemophobiaPhronemophobia

2018-01-13 04:45:45

Considering how abrupt his disappearance was, I'd wager Flops was jailed, murdered, or his PC and phone went kaput... along with all the computers at the library that he would periodically use. That third possibility is not likely at all, is it? :(

I'm not an optimistic person, and Chester isn't exactly known for being a great place to live, and by "live" I mean that as in "a great place to continue breathing."

Bertn1991 responds:

Poor Flops. May he rest in peace / rot in jail for his egregious crimes... whatever those may be. Also, I don't think Chester is known for anything.


TeraVexTeraVex

2018-01-13 18:30:35

Printing a textbook? I dunno I got nothin

Bertn1991 responds:

Yeah, that makes sense. Can't say I blame her. Those books are pricey. I spent $400 on two textbooks this semester. Thankfully, the government is paying for me to go to school. There's no chance I'd be able to afford it otherwise.


PhronemophobiaPhronemophobia

2018-01-13 22:24:18

Chester is known for being safer than a whooping 7% of all cities in the U.S.. Those are NOT good odds.


TeraVexTeraVex

2018-01-14 18:53:14

Totally understand that. Textbooks are always a pain in the neck when a new semester comes near.