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Tauric GasTauric Gas by Pheagle-Adler
“Phew…I thought that game was never going to end!” Phil said as he took off his football helmet, wiping the sweat from his brow. What started as a simple match against a rival team had ended up going into overtime due to tough defense and blocking, and eventually it was a touchdown scored by Phil that won it for his team. On top of that, Phil managed to get through the game without spontaneously transforming into his anthropomorphic eagle form. It had become sort of a ‘secret weapon’ for his team, but at the same time, he didn’t want to fork out more money to pay for replacement clothing. However, he didn’t have any clue that by the end of the day, he’d never have to deal with that problem ever again.
“And now that the game’s finished, I should really get to work!” Phil said as he placed his helmet in his locker, deciding to skip showering until later on. Normally he’d shower as soon as a game had finished, but con
Always Read The Tags!Always Read The Tags! by Pheagle-Adler
I couldn’t believe I was going clothes shopping already! I hadn't transformed that much lately, yet I had somehow already ripped through a ton of my favorite outfits. I should just wear stuff with better elastics - I'm pretty sure that's the only way to ensure that my clothes aren't ripped to pieces every time I transform. Oh well, I still had a bit of cash to burn and I doubted that a few new shirts and pants would tear through my wallet. I entered the mall and looked around for my favorite clothing store. Unfortunately for me, once I arrived I found that it was shut down! I remembered hearing that it was closing down soon, but I thought it would be next month. Geez, I had so many good memories at that place. The best part about the store was that I could just go in and buy clothes and they would always fit! I didn't have to try on fifty pairs of clothing to find the perfect fit; I didn't have to try them on at all!
I was going to miss the place, but I had to move on. I needed t