the massacre of slime city

September 18, 2016 12:56pm CST
Once upon a time there was a lovely, thriving, little city. It went by the name of Slime City. It was green and pleasant, a land of fun and frivolity. Slime City was exceptionally popular, and if anyone stumbled upon it, they tended to stay. For Ever. But, one day something terrible happened. There they were, the inhabitants of Slime City, minding their own business and enjoying each other's company. Suddenly a deep roaring noise began. The vibrations from the roaring noise could be felt throughout the land! Oh. My. Goodness. The locals quivered and fretted. They curled up into balls and made themselves as ickle as they possibly could as the deep roaring noise descended upon them. Blades whirled, chopping everything in their path. An occasional local made a run for it, only to find themselves squished, guts everywhere. Deaded. It was like a horror film. Eventually the deep roaring noise stopped and the vibrations ended. Slime City became silent, a silence which was only broken by the sound of screaming slugs. Poor slugs. I am a mass murderer. Of slugs. In my defence though, I did try to move them, but they clung tightly to the grass. There were so many of them, and my lawn really did need mowing. It was the slugs or the grass, and I'm afraid the grass won. I am hoping they have learnt their lesson, but I suspect that Slime City is too divine to leave.
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@amadeo (61927)
• United States
18 Sep 16
I am so glad that they are not around here.Ewwww!!!
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18 Sep 16
You don't have slugs?! Feel free to have some of mine; they'll enjoy a little holiday!
@Hatley (164736)
• Garden Grove, California
13 Oct 16
ny feeling esxatly ugh uigh if I never see another one I will be so happy
@Gillygirl (17278)
• Sutton, England
18 Sep 16
Lol, I like the way you wrote this in story style. Sadly slugs never learn their lesson.
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18 Sep 16
You'd think that somewhere along the evolutionary ladder they'd have learnt, wouldn't you?!
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@Gillygirl (17278)
• Sutton, England
23 Sep 16
@Poppylicious Their brains are made of slime too
@jstory07 (65374)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Sep 16
That was mean to kill those poor slugs. I guess the grass did win.
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@xFiacre (4289)
• Ireland
18 Sep 16
@poppylicious Cruel lady. I went outside the other night in my bare feet to put stuff in the bin and I stood on several long, slimy slugs.
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18 Sep 16
Eugh. Just the thought of that makes me shudder. I was in the garden a few weeks ago talking to Mumsy on the phone and one of the cheeky little sods had the audacity to start climbing over my foot. Eugh.
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@Corbin5 (100259)
• United States
18 Sep 16
Oh, I do hope Slime City becomes a ghost town and the slugs will not return. I had the lawn guy kill the grubs, so both of us are mass murderers.
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18 Sep 16
I think the slugs will return and stay. They will do so with the sole intention of annoying me. They are evil.
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@TheHorse (62440)
• Pleasant Hill, California
28 Dec 16
They'll be back. Slimier and angrier than ever.
@Hatley (164736)
• Garden Grove, California
13 Oct 16
ughj sluigs ugh slugs I wouldnot worry about themthey are ugly crfeatures ugh
@LadyDuck (147987)
• Switzerland
19 Sep 16
I kill them when they go into my vegetable garden. This spring they ate all my lettuces, I was livid.
@jaboUK (53398)
• United Kingdom
19 Sep 16
Foul creatures, they deserve everything they get . I show them no mercy.
@paigea (21755)
• Canada
19 Sep 16
Eww Our slugs are in the garden so they don't get mowed
• Preston, England
18 Sep 16
no doubt the slugs will disagree but they deserved it!