Posts Tagged ‘threat’
The Germans had these cool little shelter quarters they could also use to make tents.
When soldiers get a chance to sleep, and feel relatively safe, they zonk out.
If this guy had any brains — or protective empathy — he’d be able to recognize a burning fuse.
This guy doesn’t even own a mirror.
We all get mad when our relatives are threatened. Obviously.
Or not. Some of us may be doing the threatening.
This is one of those pages where WYSIWYG is in operation. Most of my pages are WYSIWYG (you know, we’re back in the early 1800′s, with the fad for acronymns; two left over from that era are “okay” and “PDQ”). I’m not a very mysterious writer. The only time you’ll get hit with a surprise is if my characters haven’t told me.
By “characters,” of course, we mean those back-of-the-head files that are working on information before throwing it up in the monitor where we can see it.
None of the emoticons match what I’m thinking about (I think most of them are usually at the teen level, which is okay, but I’m not) so I’m going to just start punching one or another because I think they’re pretty. I’m easy!