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What's So Hard To Understand About ‘Do Not Interfere’?

Sunday, September 04, 2016
This is also known as "What part of ‘do not interfere’ and ‘this does not concern you’ do you not understand and are unable to comprehend?"

The tension is rising between the two Superheroes, but you knew that already, didn’t you? They're both getting angrier and more furious with each other.

“Of course, I did not forget, Vermilion,” East says in response to West’s words in the previous post. “You, on the other hand,” East adds, “Cannot seem to comprehend that the only kingdoms involved in this matter are the Spades Kingdom and the Diamonds Kingdom.”

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“Both those kingdoms belong to my-” East emphasizes ‘my’ again. “Side of The World, so you have no right to interfere.”

“How many times must I say this, Vermilion?” East sounds agitated and frustrated at West’s inability to understand the words being uttered.

“This has nothing to do with you. Do. Not. Interfere.” East enunciates the last sentence carefully, hoping that it will finally get through to West. The eastern Superhero’s eyes are flashing with suppressed fury.

*Notes:
- This is part 40 of The Adventures Of The World’s Superheroes series, a story told in several short posts
- Part 39
- Image is from the Jeanne D'Arc game for the Sony PSP from Amazon.com
- The angry, mad expression on the pic is meant to represent East's fury at West as the eastern Superhero tells the Western one not to interfere

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