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49 Results For OCDAVE.MSG
100 You see a sad, older man.
101 You see Dave, "Mr. Depression."
102 You see a grumpy, older man in his early sixties. He has a weathered face and looks as if he has had his fair share of abuse.
103 Oh. I didn't see you standing there.
104 How not see? Me big.
105 Look sad. Why?
106 Me go bye bye.
107 That's ok, we all space out at times. Say, you look rather down. May I ask why?
108 Yeah, whatever. Why are you so down?
109 Should I hit you with a board to get your attention next time?
110 Whatever. I just remembered some place I've got to be.
111 Hey, shit happens -- and when it does, it happens to me.
112 Uh... me be leaving now.
113 Like what?
114 Nice attitude. What caused it?
115 I can tell I want to be elsewhere.
116 I was born two months premature. When I was one, I was dropped on the porch. When I was two, I had pneumonia. When I was three, I got the chicken pox. When I was four, I fell down the stairs and broke six ribs. When I was five, my uncle was decapitated by a watermelon. When I was six, my parents hit me in the head with a shovel. When I was seven, I lost my right index finger to my pet rat.
117 Uh, me hear someone call. Bye!
118 Sorry things bad.
119 Past bad, no talk. Things good now?
120 Wow! I'm sure glad that I'm not you!
121 Ok, I get the picture. What's currently bothering you?
122 I'm truly sorry that you've had so much pain in your life. Hopefully things have gotten better?
123 Wait a minute. I forgot I have something else to do right now.
124 Yeah, well, shit happens -- and when it does, it happens to me.
125 What happen now?
126 Me hear before. Bye.
127 So what's going on now to upset you so much?
128 I really don't want to hear this. I think I'll be leaving.
129 Well, there I was, traveling through the desert, when suddenly my brahmin falls over dead. About then I realized I was low on water and hadn't had a drink in quite a while. Later, my bones began to ache, my head started to hurt, my bowels became loose, and I got this rash that just wouldn't go away. It was time to sit down and die.
130 Me... uh... you... You no have wife or child?
131 You no talk no more. Me go.
132 I don't want to hear anymore. I've got to get out of here and away from you. Bye.
133 Please tell me that you don't have any children.
134 Nope. When I turned twenty-two this strange fungus started to grow on my test...
135 Arrg! You talk no more! Me go!
136 Stop! I don't want to know!
137 Oh. Hi. What can I do for you?
138 Uh, what you story again?
139 Sorry, me go.
140 I was wondering if I could hear your tale once again?
141 Wait a minute, I thought you were someone else.
142 At last, my time has come. Are you going to kill me now?
143 Yes.
144 No.
145 When I was eight, my dog Spike got hit by a tractor. When I was nine, my mother lost her arm to a rabid brahmin. When I was ten, my sister was torn to bits by a pack of dogs. When I was eleven, my grandfather killed himself because I was ugly. When I was twelve, my grandmother killed herself because I was ugly. When I was thirteen, my father poked out his eyes with a pitchfork in a drunken stupor.
146 When I was fourteen, my brother lost his hand to a wallaby. When I was fifteen, my aunt choked to death on a chicken bone. When I was sixteen, I lost my cousin to a badger. When I was seventeen, I cut off my left big toe with a hoe. When I was eighteen, my father lost his right leg to the same tractor that killed my dog. When I was nineteen...
147 Well, there I was sitting in the desert, waiting for the world to swallow my miserable existence, when a pack of deathclaws shows up. Well, I'm thinking to myself, this is it. Now I can die. I can wind up as a pile of deathclaw shit in the middle of the desert. But no... fate had yet another cruel card to play against me.
148 You see, the deathclaws didn't kill me. Instead they gave me water, brought me here, gave me this room, gave me food, cleaned me up, and now they won't let me leave. I know they're fattening me up for some unknown, horrible fate. I keep telling them that I would probably taste better if I was leaner, but it does no good. They just smile -- if you can call it that -- and pat me on the head and say 'Don't worry, human, things will get better.' Ha! We both know what that means.




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