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Survivor Girl

By Argueta123 All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Humor


There's always a survivor. 

In older films, it was the macho bro whose girlfriend bit the dust so that he had a noble reason to slay the villain. Recently, though, it’s been the reasonably pretty girl who is sort of badass and kind of lucky. Survivor girl is a decent person with decent wits and comes out of the horror movie, generally, unscathed. Now, Survivor Girl can be Survivor Boy, but since I’m following modern media and jumping on the bandwagon, I’m going to use Survivor Girl as the winner and overall premise of this informative piece.

As you’re reading this, gentle readers, think of your life as a horror movie. I’ll refer to you a lot, which is frowned upon in literature, but rules aren’t my thing. So, when I refer to “your plotline” I’m referring to your life. When I talk about “the cast” I’m talking about the group of people you’re with. This may seem pretty common sense, but y’know, so is this entire book.

Also, beware of my severe sarcasm and somewhat sharp wit. I can go a little overboard with ENTHUSIASM sometimes.

Last, but not least, enjoy this book, and if you need to, please put it to use. However, if there’s creepy stuff going on at home, I suggest you read the book in store and maybe take notes. Just saying.

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