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Sue Aside
May not be suitable for children.
[255 words]
Andy Kim
[February 2005]
Sue Aside
Andy Kim

My dad had left the room only about 10 minutes ago. Already, I started and finished what I've been told by many was not right.

The church said that doing it was against our religion, people said it was stupid, but I've always wanted to experiment. I laid down on my bed with my stomach to the ceiling and with my hands, I searched my body for the spot that SHE had most severely neglected.

The first thrust was all I really needed, but I chose to do more. Six inches of wood, in the grip of my hand, almost perfectly perpendicular to my body. The initial immense sensation was followed by the feeling of my internal juices flowing. Not long after, I felt the warm ooze on my body and clothes. I felt so light headed, so relaxed, so damn good. It was as if a huge burden had been lifted off my shoulders, and then I finally pulled it out.

There were seven more inches of cold steel following the wood, and it slid out smoothly. I could feel my grip loosening on the handle and I began seeing black spots everywhere. More spots rapidly appeared and obscured my view of the world I had hate. Blind, I threw my mother's steak knife across the room and placed my blood-covered hands on my heart. There I was, on my bed, all alone. There I was, on my bed, dying. There I was, on my bed, all alone, dying. There I was, dead.




"what is with everyone deleting reivews, if you can't handle them then why write on this site. This story isn't any good so delete before everyone else gives you the same shit reviews as i am. If this is any indication of your skills you can't write!!" -- Davey.
"hey davey: you need jesus in your life. i think someone needs a hug too? : )" -- andy.
"What do you mean i need jesus in my life, you are the one who choose to write a very shit, fucked up story about suicide. You abvioudly arent suicidal so dont write about it!" -- Davey.
"Although we are all entitled to our own opinion Davey could have worded that a little nicer. Despite his thoughts I quite enjoyed this piece :) good work p.s it was very mature and respectable the way you answered to him " -- Rebecca.
"1st off great piece of work Andy, it was a great read. 2nd of all, what bec said is quite true. 3rd of all, what Davey said is also quite true, if you cant take the heat... 4th of all. A immature response to Davey would have Been : "STFU U MORON SHIT, ANDY IS ENTITLED TO WRITE WHAT EVER THE HELL HE WANTS, AND AS THERE IS AN OPTION TO DELETE REVIEWS THAN HE IS MORE THAN ENTITLED TO DELETE ONE, SO ONCE AGAIN STFU u MR, ROFL, MF, DRB, SOB!!!!!" Enough leet for you?. Once again Andy, great work =D i loved it." -- Josh / Axey.
"i agree with josh and rebecca i think it was a great piece you only did what a writer does.i recieved a review recently like the one from this idiot.good answer by the way i wasn't so kind.josh basically covered all i'd care to say to that jerk.looking forward to reading more." -- Brian L.
"This piece of absolute diarrheoa is the most abominable short story I have ever laid eyes on. Please never write anything ever again for the sake of the literary community." -- Harley.
"I think I should've just imagined a story from your (unrelated?) title, and not read further. This almost makes me wish I had 13" of wood and steel nearby. I suppose it was a smashing success if, before you died, you wanted the rest of the world to suffer, like you." -- cameron.
"Dear Mr Sue Aside, I am writing in regards to your short story entitled Andy Kim, I was hoping you would clear up something for me. In the passage "placed my blood-covered hands on my heart" is this a metaphor or had you removed your heart with the steak nice, if you had done so please tell me how you did it, I've tried it a few times and it is nigh impossible. Sincerely, A. Reeder" -- A. Reeder.
"Oh...oh god. I just got the 'sue-aside' thing. It was so horrible I didn't want to understand it. The writer is obviously the world's lamest, or a genius." -- cameron.
"Wait, wait, I think I've found a plot hole. Why didn't the cops just use helicopters?" -- Harley.
"It says to be constructive, so first of all - congratulations on being able to spell. As for the actual story, I must say this was the worst piece of shit I've ever had to endure. I hope you actually are suicidal so you never write again, but it doesn't sound like you know the first thing about the subject. " -- uncool.
"Vey good story. Somehow the shortness of it helped." -- Bryan KIng.
"At first I thought this was about masturbation. I'm very disappointed." -- Christopher, Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA.
"this was the best story ihave ever read even better than that episode of cheers where the entire bar bands together to help a cancer patient and then the world trade centre falls on them becuase scrubs did a parody of them on HBO." -- Will.
"I guess I am getting old but I sure wish some of you kids would grow up. The only reason I could think of for anyone to write this stupid little "whatever it is" is to get attention. And that's exactly what little Andy Pandy got. Look at the number of reviews. I'm disappointed at some of you who would even consider encouraging Kim. Rebecca, who has written some pretty decent things, c'mon now - "it was very mature and respectable the way you answered to him." Stop being so goddamn touchy feely about everything. And Bryan and Josh, I'm surprised you would also offer encouragement to this little attention beggar. I thought you guys were sharper than that. The only problem with Davey's critique is that he can't spell. Christopher's review made the most sense. It did start out like he was talking about masturbation. Actually,the entire piece was an exercise in literary masturbation. You guys have entirely too much time on your hands. " -- Richard.


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