Thursday, May 21, 2009

«Children's Stories Gone Wrong (Part 3)»

A very short, real-world modern version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Quasimodo was a charming, well-spoken fellow, but unfortunately, misunderstood due to the way he looked. Quasimoto wanted to be like everybody else in Notre Dame. He wanted to be treated as an equal. Although a loner, one day he decided to come down and visit the town of Notre Dame. Unfortunately, once again, because of his not-so-charming apperance, people screamed in fright. A shot was fired and hit Quasimodo square in the chest. When he regained consciousness, he was in a hospital. "Doctor", Quasimodo started, "did the bullet do any damage?" "The gunshot appears to have caused only a minor flesh wound. It's that huge hump on your back that worries me. Sir, it's malignant.


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