Ted’s Caving Page

Just read this. No idea if it’s real or not, I just know that some fellow posted this link in /x/ like a month ago and I just got around to reading it. I am ashamed that it took me so long to get to this little gem.  I’ll admit I skipped sentences here and there but only in the backfilling parts, which you need. I do not suggest skipping large sections, it’ll ruin the setting for you. By the way, do it in one sitting if possible. I’m a slow reader so it took me a full Colbert Report. Enjoy.


Seacrest out.


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    Juan Soto enjoys reading mangas over watching animes, listening to what pleases me, majoring in Int'l Economic Policy with concentration in german, loves soccer, and plays video games for the story and not the the challenge. Yes, he is casual.

  • Comments

    4 Responses to “Ted’s Caving Page”
    1. avatar Terry says:

      it… it cut off! w-what happened after the last page?!
      oh maaaaan

    2. avatar darb says:

      dood…… i got nothin. i can’t if this is just a really good story or scary ass reality. i couldn’t read the part where he’s in his house without music on. :shivers:

    3. avatar Locke357 says:

      It’s obviously fiction, I mean just look at http://theunshaven.rooms.cwal.net/Hyperfiction/Ted's%20Caving%20Page%20-%20Analysis.htm

      But a damn good piece of fiction, that’s for sure

    4. avatar Roxanne says:

      The last page when it says “See all of you soon, with a lot of answers! Love, Ted ”
      it has a “next” link, but when I click it it brings me to the same page instead of the new one.
      I want to know what happens i the end. This stopry is AMAZING

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