Dr. 2 with patient Galactic Orphans by Megan Tabaque

 
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Patient: Galactic Orphans

Legal Guardian: Megan Tabaque

Insurance: Bookmarx Medical

Symptoms: Interplanetary scrubs, annoying sister, quesadillas, weedijuana

Diagnosis: Womanhood


Patient Description:

Those French dweebs are trash talking us. I can smell their cheese breath.
— RI

The patient boot up well with its ordinary to extraordinary scene description: “Sometimes the dust turn into stars, the furniture into planets, and the snacks into space trash.” The plot took off but was soon bogged down by inessential dialogue. Most chapters need a 25% slice with the scalpel. The themes continue to be profound in the aforementioned ordinary to extraordinary formula, but it was diluted too strongly with kiddish vulgarity. Kiddish is its genre, but there were still too many quarters in the swear jar. The piece is close to a step up in rating, but not until it loses the distractions of juvenile excess.


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