Love must kiss that mortal’s eyes Who hopes to see fair Arcady. No gold can buy you entrance there; But beggared Love may go all bare— No wisdom won with weariness; But Love goes in with Folly’s dress— No fame that wit could ever win; But only Love may le

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Love must kiss that mortal’s eyes Who hopes to see fair Arcady. No gold can buy you entrance there; But beggared Love may go all bare— No wisdom won with weariness; But Love goes in with Folly’s dress— No fame that wit could ever win; But only Love may le

Post by Dangerman TKD Superkicker on Sun May 21, 2017 10:49 pm

The scene fades to a some kind of area that we can discern is somewhere backstage. A backstage area, if you will. Standing inside the backstage area is a man. The man is called Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker. The man called Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is staring into a camera, which is also inside the backstage area, directly in front of the man called Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker, who is stood directly in the middle of the backstage area. The camera, therefore, is slightly off center. We do not see the camera itself, as it is in fact the very thing being used to show us the backstage area, and Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker in the first place, and a camera cannot film itself, but it is there. How else would we see the backstage area? Beats me. There would be no other way, unless, of course, there was a second camera in the room that could film the camera that Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is staring into. This would eliminate any chance of the audience being confused as to what Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is staring at (the camera), however it is not strictly necessary. Through simple logic, we can understand that there is a camera in the room and that is what Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is staring into. There is no need for a second camera to show this. It does not need to be seen to be understood. There may be a second camera in the room somewhere, just through sheer coincidence, but it is not switched on, and it is certainly not pointing at the camera that is pointing at Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker.

Unless, perhaps, the second camera that is not switched on is behind the camera that is pointing at Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker. That is a possibility because we cannot see anything behind the camera facing Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker, as it serves our only glimpse into the backstage area, and cannot film in both directions, as cameras that can do that have not been invented. Well maybe they have, I haven't done much research into it, but regardless of whether they exist or not, this is not a camera that can film in both directions. It is filming in one direction only. North. It is pointing towards Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker who is stood in front of it, looking south.

Just as it would seem that Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is about to say the very first thing he intends to say during this segment in the backstage area, a broom falls on the floor. Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker is visibly surprised by this, and we can tell this through a number of key giveaways. Firstly, his eyebrows. The original position of the eyebrows of Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker were relatively low compared to, say, the average resting face of a human being. One could call the original position of his eyebrows a 'frown', and this suggests that he was experiencing feelings of perhaps anger, mistrust or anything from a wide range of mostly negative emotions. That was all in the past. The eyebrows, upon hearing the sound of the broom crashing to the floor, have raised a significant amount. They were once quite close to his eyes, and now they are quite far away from his eyes, now that he has heard the broom. That's the first giveaway we have. Another is that the eyes of Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker widen. Again, before the broom incident, Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker's eyes were fairly squinted. They were fairly squinted. This could mean that the eyes of Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker are not of the finest quality, and he may need glasses. This is a very real possibility of course, but given the context we can assume that Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker was actually squinting because of the feelings of anger that he was feeling - we can deduce this because when you take the eyebrows into account (and the fact that they used to be positioned in a frown, as mentioned earlier) it makes sense. I've forgotten what the purpose of this paragraph even was so it's time to move on.

Oh wait I remembered. The broom fell down and caused Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker to be surprised. This interrupts him from beginning his speech. It takes Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker quite some time to recover from this. I wouldn't personally say it takes him an amount of time that you could label as absurd, he takes just about the normal amount of time you would expect someone to take to get over unexpectedly hearing the sound of a broom crashing to the floor. All the usual thoughts buzz around the head of Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker when he hears this unexpected sound. "What was that?" "What could have caused that to happen?" "Am I currently in imminent danger?" "How best should I deal with the situation should I happen to currently be in danger?" Once Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker realises that there is no threat of danger, and the unexpected noise was in fact nothing more than a simple broom, he decides that it is time to move on from the event entirely, and go back to what he was doing before the sound happened. This was, as we know, speaking.

Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker opens his mouth. He is ready to say his piece. The fans in attendance watch on and wait to hear what Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker has to say. After all, this is a Pay-Per-View event. Everyone in attendance has obviously paid for their ticket to the show, unless there are some people in the crowd who have managed to sneak in somehow (very unlikely because the security is very good) or they stole a ticket (this is also unlikely because they check your ID as you walk in to the arena), so yes, everyone more than likely has paid for their ticket. This is not the thing that is out of the ordinary though. The thing that is out of the ordinary is that everyone watching around the home on their television sets have also paid to watch this show. That is except for those that choose to illegally watch a live stream of the show, they are the only ones who are watching this moment for free. Due to the fact that mostly everyone has paid to watch this, then, we can assume that there is a strong interest in the product. Why would you pay to watch something you have no interest in. Everyone is ready to hear what Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker has to say, and he's about to say it alright.

Dangerman Taekwondo Superkicker tenses his lips which are now separated to allow for his words to come out. We can see the air necessary to produce words shooting up his throat.

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