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We look upon the great head. Thousands of years of waiting, searching, yearning. And finally we found it.
Prophesy unfolds as we approach it. As if awaking from slumber his eyes open, revealing mystical infinite wisdom. A warm yet malevolent gaze is cast upon us as I take my friend's hand in my own, ready for what comes next.
"WHAT-" His voice pierces the silence of the landscape, as if a sword had pierced flesh.
"ARE YE DOIN-" his neck starts to glow a green hue from the inside, as if thunder and lava churned in his throat.
"IN ME-" The head leans backward, preparing to bestow upon us a divine, holy gift.
"SWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMP?!" His eyes roll back as pure energy emits from his mouth. My friend and I are instantly vaporized, reduced to a spot on the floor.
I open my eyes.
"This is the afterlife" I thought as I looked around the movie theater. People, all of them dead, are sent here to be gifted infinite pleasure in the afterlife. I look on the movie screen.
Shrek 5.

ehehehheheeeee ... :D so enjoyable to look at.

Good but shrek is about 659382640727496273738286283826294739726386381639639263836377325616145346273791749373036926284816939472927283728407271641682838828368202618639372838639273839283739362886382728272727733773737372827593482929292919294773832727792836106273873828277273737828217838982579 x more powerful

firing his laser

What are you doing in his swamp?

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