Five Card Story: The brain inside a box inside the factory inside the zombie

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a Five Card Flickr story by RJ T created Aug 19 2021, 03:37:29 pm. Create a new one!

flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) bionicteaching (3) bionicteaching (4) bionicteaching (5) Mitt Nathwani

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I walked into the tattoo shop for your monkey's brain. Then they opened his head up and looked inside and said “no”. Inside the monkey’s head there is a factory that produces pieces of the brain and has a zombie plague that eats part of the brain pieces that come out of the factory. The pieces of the brain that are infected can not be used because they die with one bite. The plague comes from a small little box that protects the plague’s core or heart. If the plague has a core the plague is permanent,but If there is a heart the plague can die if someone touches it, if the plague has both it might be permanent or removable. The box that protects it is a box that has square holes in it that is made out of car-bord. Car-bord is a type of material that looks like normal cardboard but it is stronger than 3 feet of tantalum. Inside my monkey’s car-bord box there is a heart. The tattoo shop owner Liam told me to bring my monkey to the back where they can operate on him to get rid of the heart in the box. They gave him some Yeet pills that when they touched his tongue they fell asleep instantly. They took out the brain factory and took it apart piece by piece until they were able to get to the box without damaging the brain factory. They took a small screwdriver and took the car-bord box apart until they could take out the heart. I asked them to give my monkey a brainz tattoo on his brain before the put his skull back together. I picked my monkey up and gave him his medicine that they told me he has to take for the next five weeks.

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