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#4014 - Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - Editor: Jerry Katz

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Today's feature is from the amazing and popular Hyperbole and a Half blog of Allie Brosh at

http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/

Here is an excerpt.

Please Stop!

When I was a child, one of the things I enjoyed doing was hitting other children with a stick. Many of my classmates also enjoyed doing this. We would walk through the forest in back of our school, trying to find the biggest stick we could feasibly wield as a weapon. When we found the right stick, we would lure an unsuspecting child out of the teacher's sight during recess and attack them. We called this game Stick War and it was the best game ever as long as you weren't the one being beaten mercilessly.

We were able to secretly play Stick War for almost three whole days before one of our asshole classmates ruined it by calling for help when we wouldn't stop hitting him. Our teacher was furious. She sat us down and told us that from then on, if any one of us felt like we were being treated unfairly, we could yell "PLEASE STOP!" and the offending party must stop or face dire consequences.

Life after Please Stop was very different for us. We could no longer overpower our weaker classmates with brutality.

 

What happens next? Read and view the entire story at

http://hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/

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