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Hit Men

January 19, 2008
By Anonymous

Two men on a dark night were waiting for their boss big George on park bench. The two men hated each other neverminding their work. One was called Tony and the other Greg. Both were a little big around the middle and both shared similar talents job wise. They were hit men. I know what your thinking it's just a big gangster story. Well it isn't.

Both of the Hit men were going to make a run for it. They'd had a enough of their bloody life. They were both going to run for France.
Big Boss George was meeting his rival Lucas Methven. George was trying to get to him with the standard extortion but Lucas wasn't having any of it.
"Piss off you fat pie" said Lucas.
"I'm warning you Methven" threatened George.
"Oh who hate all the pies in my bakery. I know who Georgey Boy" said Lucas not scared one bit. George took out his Magnum 45. He shot Lucas right in his chest for about 7 times.
Lucas was toast.
George then ran out the back toward Tony and Greg.
"Get the wheels"yelled George.
Tony ran to the car and pulled the car over to him.
George was away.
However Tony and Greg had their plan all thought out to escape George. A little something called cyanide.

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on Jul. 8 2011 at 2:43 pm
StelaDalca GOLD, Allen, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
Embrace your inner Awesomeness!

The story was also kinda confusing. You could elaborate on the settings just a little.

regerc said...
on Sep. 24 2009 at 7:10 pm
regerc, State College, Pennsylvania
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This story was ok but it had some grammer mistakes within the piece. For example when it said "I'm warning you Methven" threatened George there should be a comma between the end of Methven and the end of the quotation. Another flaw in this was repetition. The author used the word they way too much. For example, the author wrote:"They'd had enough of their bloody life. They were both going to run for France. The authors hould've changed they to a different word or spelled out the names of the characters.