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Enabler: Ex Machina 11
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The blonde gynoid saw Zoe coming from some distance away, but assumed she was merely there on a shopping trip again.  As such, she was caught off-guard when, as she was checking the opposite side of the district, she approached her.
"Hi, I um..." She gesticulated. "...want to hire you."
"Alright." She gave a polite smile and a bow of her head. "Did you have anything specific in mind?  Anything special?"
"I just want to talk," she replied, "if that's alright.  I have some questions."
"Okay." She took Zoe by the hand, leading her up the steps to the front door of a nearby building; her grip wasn't as cold or as hard as Zoe thought it would be. "Did you want anything?  Coffee?  Tea?"
"Coffee.  I think this might take a while."
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The room was of surprising quality, from the sheets on the bed to the wooden table and chairs near the curtained window, to the small kitchenette set in a cul-de-sac just out of view.  Though, Zoe reasoned, it would ha
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Drabble: 'Bake Fattie'
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In the future, mankind faces starvation in the face of a growing population.  At first they turn to algae then, following the cow's eventual placement on the endangered species list, soy; first in repurposed cow fields, then in vertical farms.  Gene tailoring was the first of several quantum leaps in aqua- and algaculture methods that enabled manifold more food to be produced, preventing starvation of the populace for the foreseeable future.
But there was a problem: The fields were now too abundant; it was too easy to produce too much for what was now too few (as if nine billion could ever be "too few").
Corporations, fearing they they overextended themselves and a crash in the food markets was imminent, brought back an idea from an earlier time.  The first word they thought of for it was "buffets," a name coined in the Atomic Age for a restaurant where one could pick and choose from a variety of foods, but it wasn't accurate, not really.  These resta
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Enabler: Ex Machina 8
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Seeing the geological history of the world was eye-opening for Zoe, to say the least.  Orichalcum was real, she knew, but when she saw that mithril was as well she assumed that it was just another name for aluminum, which turned out to be not the case.  She also knew that quartz had its uses in watches - "piezoelectric properties," the plaque said - but not that it also had use in magical avenues for the selfsame reasons, and that presently industrial autoclaves were used to create larger, flawless crystals for use in larger devices and equipment that relied on thaumic principles.  Learning that the people on Eard had gone through their version of the Second Industrial Revolution was reassuring, after which it got weird when she found out that part of the organic material that became petroleum was nothing less than long-extinct draconians.
"What do you mean, dragons didn't exist?" William asked.
"We didn't have dragons," Zoe replied. "We just had large, feathered
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Enabler: Ex Machina 7
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The activity in the hangar was subtly yet unquestionably different that day.  There was an air of anticipation about the workers, and while Zoe wasn't sure why, she was certain that something was about to happen.  An hour into her work, however, Javier approached her and, almost apologetically, informed her that she would have to leave for the time being and make room for the engineers.  She was unsure as to why but did as she was told, heading upstairs.
It wasn't until she was in the antechamber between the hangar and the elevator to the rest of the building that she had her answer.  Stepping out were all four of her flatmates, wearing jackets, boots, and the diving suit-like uniforms she had seen William and Kathy wearing previously.  Seeing Claire in one, she was struck by how form-fitting they really were. "What's going on?" she asked. "They told me to clear out for the trained guys."
"One of the early warning towers in the Wild Zone is down," Kathy
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Zoe blinked, looking down at the stack of paper in Javier's hand. "What's this?"
"We heard about how you don't have a thing to your name," Javier said, "so we passed a hat around."
"I, I," she stammered, taken aback, "I can't accept this."
"No, it's fine.  Besides, you work off the payroll." He offered it to her. "Just think of this as your salary."
She accepted it, though she felt strange about it, counting and inspecting it in the elevator as she headed back to ground level.  It was three thousand denari, however much that was, in an assortment of hundred, fifty, twenty and ten-denari denominations.  The bills were of modern design, bore the name of the Federal Union of Randburg, and the backs were decorated with portraits of buildings presumably of governmental or historical importance.  By her estimation they wouldn't have looked too out of place amongst modern European currency.
The day was still early and the weather clear so, taking the money, she head
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Enabler: Ex Machina 5
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It was some days after her visitation with William that Zoe woke to the smell of frying bacon.  The scent was welcome, but at the same time unusual, as no one else had done much in the way of cooking, least of all in the morning.  So, driven by curiosity, she got out of bed, got dressed, and headed for the kitchen.
The chef was tall - at least a head higher than Zoe by her estimation - with the tips of the catlike ears atop her head reaching the seven foot mark.  Her skin was the color of chocolate, and the hair and fur on her ears were both straight and black; while the former was not terribly short, it was still short enough that Zoe could tell she didn't have human ears on the sides of her head, so that answered that, she supposed.  She wore a sports bra, sweats, and running sneakers, giving a clear view of her well-toned arms and back.  As Zoe stood there, the young woman's ears twitched and she looked over her shoulder at Zoe with green, feline eyes
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Zoe didn't fall asleep so much as pass out that night, waking up later than expected and getting up to eat a breakfast of cornflakes and coffee, grateful that both existed in at least one other world.  Midway through her second cup, however, she heard a faint rumbling coming from somewhere below her in the building.  Her first instinct was to worry about it, but no alarms went off and no one seemed to panic, so she wrote it off as a natural occurrence.
As Zoe searched unsuccessfully for the dishwasher, William entered the kitchen, gesturing to a panel next to the sink.  After she put her bowl and mug away he said, "the boss is coming up in a little while.  Follow me."
She did as she was told, heading after him out of the kitchen and down the hall, walking past the elevator and through a set of double doors to a long room.  In the center was a plain but well-made rectangular wooden table ring
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Enabler: Ex Machina 3.5 :iconzumberge:zumberge 10 2
January: Two nerds hang out.

February: Guy gets huge.  Huge.  HUGE.

March: Bitchy anime girl eats emotionless anime girl.

April: Inflated donger.

May: Girl gets turned into overly complex pool toy.

June: Baneposting under pretense of homo giants.

July: Alien oviposition for fun and profit.

August: Nerd falls into fetish future world.

September: Nerd figures out how the world works.

October: Nerd finds boyloon, cranks a couple out afterwards.

November: Nerd turns into blow-up doll, gets laid yet AGAIN.

December: Nerd tries to touch heart of woman despite being bound up in latex.

Did I do it right?

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Okay, I got back into pervy social media and ended up blocking ten accounts, all made by the same person.  I feel like I won something.
Seeing reports on what expansion/stuffing/inflation chats and forums are like these days kind of makes me glad I reverted to my "crazy loner hobo" MO.
Nobody who grossly overeats in fetish works has a vomit reflex, because emetophilia is bad but exploding in a shower of gore and half-digested food is good, I guess?

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Succisuccubus Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks for the watch hun! :eyes:
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feastings2 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch!!! Heart Love 
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zumberge Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017
No worries.  It's always neat seeing new and talented people come out of the woodwork.  What made you decide to start drawing this kind of stuff, though?
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feastings2 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My husband is into it so I draw it for him so he doesn't have to imagine myself in other people's characters, haha! I'm not completely into it but I don't mind it. I just post on here because many on this website enjoy it. 
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zumberge Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2017
That's rather sweet of you.
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Gooaba Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2017
Thanks for the favorite on my list
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SkeletalBookeeper Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Happy Birthday!
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TigerDude51087 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2017
Happy Birthday!
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