So being this week times editor i have to find something to write about.
Seems easy doesn't it? Actually no when there isn't much action to talk about or any family wars, it seems pointless in writing anything.
So this issue i'm going to do some random things and hopefully you guys can help me out in the next issue with answers and more stuff to put in.
Can you guess who this gangster is?
Winner will receive 2 credits
RULES: Has to be the gangsters CURRENT name and in my inbox and not written in chat
WELL DONE to the winners of the last guess the gangster, Both of them inbox me the exact same time with the correct name both winning 2 credits each
Correct Answer was : Shakur
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Shout out to mad max probably the weirdest gn player pf all time
shout out to Andrew for finding out who trev is ?
Have a shout out...Thanks Elayna for being so generous...Starfall ?
Shout out to everyone in Sanctuary please ❤
BJ is boring
Elayna if your doing shout outs in the times. Can I have one to the tele tubbies and the hoobs. My childhood all over that shit ? ? ?
Davie you're my boi, i know you're a g but you can't beat me.
Elayna: "Excuse me, may I interview you?"
Elayna: "Real Name?"
AlanCarr: "Three to five times a week."
Elayna: "No no! I mean male or female?"
AlanCarr: "Yes, male, female... sometimes camel."
Elayna: "Holy cow!"
AlanCarr: "Yes, cow, sheep... animals in general."
Elayna: "But isn't that hostile?"
AlanCarr: "Yes, horse style, dog style, any style."
Elayna: "Oh dear!"
AlanCarr: "No, no deer. Deer run too fast. Hard to catch."
I was about to propose to my girlfriend when my roommate Joseph barged into the room out of nowhere, tripped, and fell over, breaking a glass table with his face. Totally ruined the mood. Now I don't know Joseph THAT well, don't even remember where he was from, but let's say I put my plans on hold to help him through his injuries.
Joseph had gotten a big glass shard in his eye, making him completely blind in that eye. He was walking around with one of those big cotton pads on his eye for a couple of months. Then suddenly, he disappeared, along with my girlfriend.
Apparently they'd bonded during the time after his injuries, and eloped together, leaving me behind without as much as a note. I tried to track them down, but never could.
In conclusion, if it hadn't been for Joe with his cotton eye, I'd have been married a long time ago. Where did you come from, where did you go? Where did you come from, cotton eye Joe
Andrew’s Ambulance Adventures
One rainy winter’s day I was called lights and sirens to a car accident. A woman with her two daughters in the car checked her text messages and found herself sliding off the wet road. She immediately overcompensated, violently jerking the steering wheel back towards the road causing the car to roll. We arrived and everyone had made their way out of the car. The mother was laying roadside with the firefighters comforting her. All three occupants of the car had minor injuries but were basically okay.
While helping the thirteen year old daughter with a likely broken ankle she told me all about her new boyfriend of 3 weeks. She spoke of him like he was everything to her despite the short length of their relationship. Who else remembers their first high school relationships? And feeling like they were perfect and going to last forever? She was left with a second ambulance crew who she no doubt regaled with stories of their perfect relationship.
We were left with the mother and her 8 year old daughter. At this point the mother was in full spinal precautions including a collar. The restrained mother left her 8 year old child free to wreak havoc around the ambulance for the duration of the hour long drive. She often poked her head into the front of the ambulance where I was driving to tell me about her favourite classes in school. When we arrived at hospital I remember her introducing herself to the trauma nurse. “Hi! I’m Grace, I’m 8 years old” She squeaked. “Hi, I’m Chris, I’m 27 years old” the nurse casually replied. She happily buzzed around the trauma bay of the emergency room, happily ignoring the gravity of the situation, questioning medical staff as the entered and exited the area.
Fortunately the daughter and mother fully recovered from their injuries. The mother suffered no spinal cord injuries but had some minor muscle injuries. Her 8 year old daughter continued to terrorize emergency service workers and hospitals with her sunny optimism and complete lack of inhibitions. And remember all, don’t check your phone and drive.
If you have any real life stories you want featuring in the times, please PM me
1. Who is the most annoying player of GN?
2. How do people would prefer their scones?
Please inbox me with your answers and if you have a question to put forward to your fellow gangsters please PM and i will pop it in the next issue.