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Life & Death

Life & Death

by Joff
Mostly my own slightly warped view on Life, Death, and the world in general..
Not really, this follows the lives of Death (Steve) and Life (Bobby) Along with the other mythical/magical beings that generally clutter up the place
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Life & Death

Mostly my own slightly warped view on Life, Death, and the world in general..
Not really, this follows the lives of Death (Steve) and Life (Bobby) Along with the other mythical/magical beings that generally clutter up the place

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@Joff: I just figured he was doing a favor for Bobby. Probably after being bribed with a beer.
Wuss
Come on Steve walk it off!!!
No-one dies
At least no-one is going to die. LOL
This is why you always listen to the guy who's telling you something's a bad idea, but is still willing to go along with you: They're smart enough to recognize a dumb idea, but obviously cares enough about you to walk in to danger with you.
What happened to the wooden bat/paddle? It would have been perfect!
Come on Steve, you should know better
Wandering out into a storm with a large metal blade on a stick over your head isn't the wisest decision in the world..
@man in black: I suspect that this beach is a long, looooooonnnngg way from the sewers of New York City . . . could take that quartet a while to arrive.
Don't mess with the turtles
Either it's training for dealing with another bird that is out of his reach, or Steve has a soft spot for turtles. I mean, who wouldn't?
He's probably got something devious planned for the future with one of the turtles.. That or he's gotten into tormenting birds. Both are equally plausible at this point.
He was making sure that some picnic-goers would be - against all odds - mauled by a bear and have their picnic baskets stolen.
Peridot: CLOD CLOD CLOD CL CL CL CLOD
That's good to know
I would assume for the challenge. I mean sure, Yogi aren't no pheonix, but claiming to be smarter than the average bear would more than likely have poked Steve's curiosity.
I'm not even going to ask why he was quite possibly literally poking a bear with a stick..
Well you're just asking for it at that point...
Apparently, Steve decided to do Fate's job for him. After all, you should never tempt Fate. He doesn't have a lot of self control.
That's what happens when you don't read the sign
steve isnt there for the Jerk. It is the Sharks time to go