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West’s Response To The Evil Enemy

Friday, July 15, 2016
Also known as, "What, you're still here? Get lost already!"

Previously, in this series, the Evil Enemy finally had the chance to speak up and he made sure to give a very, in his own words, ‘riveting speech’.

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But since he’s not one of the main characters, well, who cares about him or that, huh? Let’s get back to East and West who now react to the Evil Enemy’s words.

Well, let’s get started with West first. What, thought West would actually let East speak up first? Yeah, right. Like that’s ever gonna happen. Needless to say, West spoke up before East could do so.

West looks surprised upon hearing the Evil Enemy’s words. “Uff, you’re still here?” Apparently, the Superhero had pretty much forgotten all about said enemy.

“Get lost already. Evil people and bad guys and villains and antagonists are totally not welcome in The World, so go away. Leave. Scram.”

East smiles fondly at West upon hearing the latter’s words. “Those all mean pretty much the same thing, Darling.”

*Notes:
- This is part 23 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 22
- Image is a wall scroll poster of Mirai Kuriyama from the anime Kyoukai no Kanata (Beyond the Boundary) from Amazon.com
- Pic is meant to symbolize West ignoring the Evil Enemy and practically forgetting his presence since he's busy talking to East

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