Poppycock

The history he spins is twisted. It’s a story where nothing happens; where ten lies aren’t enough yet there are still those who are willing to listen to what he has to say. It’s absolutely bizarre, but he’ll only find the motivation to stop telling stories when people stop listening.

It’s tiring to make something out of nothing, because he actually has to remember what he’s already made-up (because something that’s already been made can’t be repeated on account of the Law of Originality). It makes him feel as if there aren’t enough opposites in this world, and he’s tired of being contrary.

The moisture in his mouth has long run dry, but to this day, he’s still talking, and there are still people who find meaning in his meaningless words.

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