Orchade Arcade was a small run down building.
Orchade Arcade was a small run down building. It mainly consisted of a toy store, a second hand book store, a sushi shop that had run out of business, and a door that stood in the7
way of my dreams. Since childhood, I'd vowed that I would one day open that door and discover the secrets that lay beyond. Every attempt was an exercise in futility. The door would5
flap open like a bird spreading its wings. I didn't know I could be so fast, an inspiration to millions of fans. The secrets revealed themselves to be eye holes. I didn't know. I6
was sweeping above the audience in an incandescent cape of sequins catching the updraft from the heat of the stagelights. They watched eyes agape. I guess my spandex ripped about6
right where my tail was taped under and I ended up having to take a dive into the orchestra to avoid a complete blowout. I used a tuba to cover up and exited stage right.5
Bob Barker was back there. I hadn't been spayed or neutered, so I ducked into a backstage dressing room, startling a bevy of half naked beauties. Whimpering, I pleaded with my eyes5
as if to say I hadn't eaten in days. Tail wagging, I sat up on my hind legs and begged. Yes, I know, bad manners. A dancer in a feathered flapper headband stopped and gave me a6
piece of raw meat. I didn't know why a dancer would have that on hand, but I was happy, so I wagged my tail and barked before digging into the meat. "Good doggy," the dancer said,5
and pet me on the head. I almost thought she was trying to steal my meat and growled quietly. "Where are you, Christa?" The dancer jumped. "Shoot, I need to get back."5
I activated the portal device and quickly jumped through, leaving behind the red meat. "Honey, where have you been?" the wife asked, rubbing her chin. She would have to do.4
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49erFaithful Jun 04 2015 @ 12:00
So when you walk through the secret door in Orchade Arcade you become a flying dog and then have to activate the portal to get back home. Pretty good I think; that works.
KieferSkunk Jun 04 2015 @ 15:32
Eh, stranger things have been known to happen. :)