a world with no horses...

ferrets's picture

im starting on a new story. an epic war tale. only in this world there are no horses. what will be the cavalry you may ask? ferrets. nine feet long ferrets. now you porbley think im bieng funnny or kidding, but if you saw a nine foot ferret chrging at you with a man with a long lance on its back trying to scuer your head, you would be slightly mor then unerved. seting is the 1700s for some reason i want to make something epic. EPICEPICEPIC. like the kind that sends chills down my spine.

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Tophat's picture

*facepalm*

Ferrets mah boi, you never cease to amaze me.

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ferrets's picture

is....

that a good thing?

" the most buetiful woman or girl in the world could be of no differnce to me, but tall soldiers..they ar my weekness" fredrick III, king of prussia in 1732

Super Duck's picture

That sounds like it just may

That sounds like it just may be the greatest story ever. I want a giant ferret. I would ride into school on it and train it to attack annoying people! :)

ferrets's picture

oh yes sir :)

that would be a wonderful thing to do with it. but since it will be a war epic(i prefer the word epic to story) mostly the ferrets will be in a warish fashion...ugh i may not like wrighting about them getting stabbed with bayonets and shot with muskets, but i wouldnt like to right that bout horses either...

" the most buetiful woman or girl in the world could be of no differnce to me, but tall soldiers..they ar my weekness" fredrick III, king of prussia in 1732

swimmerguy's picture

If I was going to do a book...

I would do it on a straight guy, who asks a gay guy who happens to be a major chick magnet how to get girls. Hehe...

If you're going through hell, keep going. ~Winston Churchill

jeff's picture

Similar...

http://www.oasisjournals.com/2007/02/getting-it-book-review

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