FictionOnline Resources Short Story Competition - Winners' Stories In the summer newsletter we ran a competition looking for stories of no more than words that could be used as model texts for Talk for Writing. We received a number of entries, four of which stood out as prize winners.
A Kitsune just wants to make an honest living - well, if that living includes pickpocketing and posing as other people. Unfortunately for him, he picked on a werewolf, who is now using the information to take five favours from him.
Or Bakugou likes to steal from unsuspecting humans and gets talk4writing actions have consequences by a desperate Kirishima. Okay so I was inspired by misselidarling when they were talking about some Kitsune! Bakugou and I just watched Oceans 8 so this lovely fic was born!
Beginning of the End Chapter Text His tail was itchy. Bakugou sat on the lamp post, ears pricked and eyes focused on the restaurant in front of him. Pricey, high-end and full of couples and businessmen in meetings. Easy pickingshe thought. If he moved to itch his tail he could be spotted, so he bore with it.
He sniffed the air when he saw a group of young men come out of the building jeering and laughing. They seemed relatively easy, enough of a challenge to make it fun. He pulled on his woolen hat to hide his ears and adjusted his jacket so he could hide his tail, before sliding down it into the dark street.
He checked what he looked like in a reflection looked like in the mirror, and without his eyes, his fangs and his trademark scowl, along with a pair of glasses and an outfit he would never wear in public; he looked like a different person.
Well, that was the idea. He cleared his throat and focused on the English he had to say. Put on a smile, say the right words in the wrong language, mess up their language and be on your way.
He relaxed his face and headed across the street, so he just bumped into to the group of boys.
He looked at his phone, scanning make believe texts, before colliding with the party in question. Bakugou hoped that he got his English right. Or that the guys were idiots. The redhead smiled cluelessly and spoke in Japanese.
He switched to broken Japanese. He swiftly headed up the fire escape. He sat on the rooftop, counted the money and checked the names and I. D of the wallets he pulled.
Kirishima Ejiro - not much cash, probably paid for the bulk of the meal. Kaminari Denki - a lot of cash, holy shit how much of an idiot carries around this much cash. Sero Hanta - regular amount, a smart amount, especially with pickpockets around. He pocketed the money and ditched the wallets on the rooftop, before heading home.White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family were kicked out of a rural Virginia restaurant on a Friday night in June.
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This is not a secret, nor a conspiracy theory, but an empirically proven fact, by their own admission, i.e. words and actions.