Badly Taught Boy (Part 3)Badly Taught Boy (Part 3) [Shopping Day]Kieran and I lived not too far away from the City Centre, so we could easily walk to the shops together. Just less than a mile away was the main shopping centre. But because we were going to need a quite a lot for Kieran’s benefit, I decided that we went in the car so that we had the boot space to carry it all back when we were done. For this trip, I allowed Kieran to sit in the front passenger seat next to me. We parked up in the car park, then I got out some loose change from my pocket to get the parking ticket, which was placed on the dashboard for the traffic wardens to see. Then, Kieran and I headed for the doors of the shopping centre.“Are you feeling OK Kieran?”“I’ve never felt better in my life.”As we entered the main doors, we saw humongous crowds coming in and out of the shopping centre like stampedes. I had no idea how Kieran coped with crowds, so I gave him a
The Orphaned WolvesCollab with Wolf-Prince-LeonWinter. A cold and difficult time of the year on earth. Some people could cope with the winter, but most couldn’t. In the current recession, most people had very little money, especially in the United Kingdom where taxes were through the roof. And despite the money that the government was making to fund its people, it was doing little to nothing to care for the people. People needed extra money to get around in the winter months, but all they cared about was lining their own pockets and parting with as little of the taxpayers money as they possibly could.In Peterborough, there told of two teenage boys.Leon, a kindhearted boy whose parents had sold him away for their own monetary benefit. And Kieran, his parents had lost him to social services for offences that they didn’t commit.Kieran was British born and bred, whereas Leon was deported from America, because all of their orphanages were packed to the gunne
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