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I Hate You, But I Really Didn’t Mean To Say That

Thursday, September 22, 2016
Previously, West hurts East with the choice of words and accusations that had been uttered. Unfortunately for the eastern Superhero, West is not done and continues to speak and hurt the other.

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“The Spades King started all this,” West declares. “His actions are wrong and mean and bad.”

“He’s like a terrorist, an enemy, stealing what doesn’t belong to him and trying to start a World War. And you are helping him.” West points an accusing finger at East.

“You’re horrible, East, absolutely, totally, super mean. And for the last time, stop calling me those nicknames,” West shouts, eyes blazing.

A hand reaches for the vase, filled with flowers, that was on a nearby table. West threw the vase to the floor with such force that the broken pieces scattered all over the room. The table met the same fate.

“I hate you, East,” West screams before immediately looking away. They looked like they wanted to apologize and take back the words, but they don't. Regret filled those blue eyes before anger hid it away.

*Notes:
- This is part 43 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 42
- Image is a peony floral painting (paint by numbers kit) from Amazon.com
- Pic is meant to represent the vase full of flowers that West ends up breaking

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