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East’s Response To The Evil Enemy

Monday, July 18, 2016
Also known as, "Don't call me 'Darling'".

It’s finally East’s turn to give a response to the Evil Enemy’s words in previous posts. What does East have to say to the Evil Enemy? Let’s find out:

The eastern Superhero then turns to the Evil Enemy after addressing West, frowning and looking very menacing and intimidating, so much so that the Evil Enemy takes an involuntary step backwards.

Okay, it was more than 1 or 2, but, hey, who’s counting and the enemy would like you to know that you’d be taking a multitude of steps backwards too if you were ever faced with a scary and intimidating-looking East.

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In fact, other people might be cowering or running away by now in the interest of self-preservation.

“Please do not interrupt when I am talking to my Darling,” East says, now smiling though it was chilling and cold and sent shivers down the Evil Enemy’s spine. “That is very impolite of you. I think it is time for you to say goodbye.”

“Is that right, Darling?” This one was directed at West as East turned to smile at said Superhero.

The contrast between that smile and the one directed at the enemy was so striking that anyone could see it.

West eagerly nodded, grinning happily at East. “Yup, totally right. Whatever you say, East. But don’t call me 'Darling'. Eww.”

“Very well."

- This is part 24 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 23
- Image shows Hiroomi Nase from the anime Kyoukai no Kanata (Beyond the Boundary) from Amazon.com
- The expression displayed on the pic's face is meant to represent East who can be cold, scary and intimidating

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