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Text Preview Monster Mash? I would not have made the monster a mate...
First, The monster had horrified everyone it had encountered, from children to hardened old men. The monsters mate could have been at least as horrible and repulsive as the original monster. The first monster could even have been as disgusted with the mate as other people had been with him. He could have experienced the same reaction of horror and fear that all of the people he had met, only with his Mate-enstein. Or, another thing that could have happened was that the Mate-enstein could have had the same reaction to the Monster Mash-man that everyone else had exhibited- fear and disgust. Then he would have again realised the pain of rejection and disappointment. This might have had two results, the first being extreme anger and another rampage of murders. Or, it could have resulted in sorrow, depression, and perhaps suicide.

Next, the Mash-man and his “lovely” Mate-enstein could have done the monster mash and made lots more little monsters that could be just like the Mash-man and run around killing people. The younger ones could leave Africa where they were imprisoned and go back to Europe and terrorize people there, having one ugly thing scaring people was too much for many. The result of many little ugly things scarring people may result in mass panic and hysteria, which would probably anger the Mash-babys even more. Also, all the inter-breeding that the Mash-babys might do could really screw their genealogy and DNA up so that they were even uglier, if that is possible. And uglier means fewer friends and more scared people

Finally, the Mash-man had the maturity of a small child. Really, he was scared of bright lights and fire, things that most humans his size wouldn't shed a second thought about. He also, couldn't control his feelings and and instincts so he went around killing people because he was mad. These things... Show More

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