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The Hunger But Mainly Death Games: A Parody

by Bratniss Everclean

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It's Reaming day, when kids between the ages of twelve and eighteen are chosen to participate in the Hunger But Mainly Death Games, which, as you might expect from the name, is a tournament in which they fight to the death, and occasionally experience hunger. The children picked are called 'sacrifices' and they are almost guarenteed to die in an excruciating manner. But the reaming isn't till the afternoon. On a day like this, you've got to take things one at a time.… (more)

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