Regarding Hannibal fanfiction

Twentysomething: Pru i just wanted them wearing nice things in nice places and eating the finest things and finest people
Pru: When Hannibal worked at Johns Hopkins, it was unofficial hospital policy to continue resuscitation efforts for 30 minutes. Exhausting work, manually working the body to continue circulation. He remembers a Lancet study recently that challenged previously held belief that prolonged revival efforts had more negative outcomes.
Twentysomething: the wasps are stinging me
Pru: Hannibal thinks this as his internal clock ticks past 35 minutes, beyond 45, as he knows he’s broken two of Will’s ribs, pressing and pressing trying to reach his heart.
Pru: this is such a dead dove do not eat moment
Twentysomething: Pru i understand why you want to make other people sad
Twentysomething: but this is just me
Twentysomething: on the floor
Pru: you literally poked me into this
Pru: i was just quietly being a wasp
Twentysomething: trying not to get sadness all over my nice new throw
Pru: and you came for me
Twentysomething: I JUST WANTED THE HONEY
Twentysomething: THE HONEY THAT YOU MAKE, WASP
Twentysomething: you have made the honey before
Pru: this is getting sad now
Twentysomething: i feel like a sad dumb bear
Pru: i’m like crying laughing

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East Coast Gazette has a terrible editorial focus and tends to use a lot of ALL CAPS but TOTALLY NOT BECAUSE OF HARRY POTTER. Stories in progress as well as snapshots will be listed in the "box full of snapshots" below, website archive for stories and assorted tomfoolery is glitterati.

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