The Klash is a fashion victim turned super hero. The Klash (k not c, so as to avoid copyright issues with the great 80s band) fights crime wearing a mish-mash of styles, colors and patterns that confuses criminals.
Weapon of choice: the Klashnikov
Not to be confused with the AK47, the K fires rubber bullets that explode on targets’ bodies with a set of industrial dyes of dazzling colors, all of which have never been animal tested and are strictly vegan, etc, and temporarily render the criminals bedazzled.
Just in time for a quick fashionable cuffing and makeover before being handed over to the police, usually saying the catchphrase: “You’ll look great for your court date.”
“You ready for this good day?”
“You know it.”
“All right, all right have a good one then.”
If you care about the environment, only place one space after periods (full stops) not two.
And when listing things of three, cut that serial comma before and.
Holding a mallard. Being given water, and a white cat on snowy river banks, as part of some team survival, scavenger game level thing. Not many supplies. Find them along the way. Like a pair of white sneakers with bright blue stripes, slightly hidden in sand. Put them on. Hope they fit. Run and follow the duck and cat: getting ready for something…
Suspicious, vicious fishes make delicious, nutritious dishes.
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