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Yo soy bullfighter. The cape flutters like the wings of a bird as it whips round the taught matador.

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Introduction

Yo soy bullfighter! The cape flutters like the wings of a bird as it whips round the taught matador. The Beast drives through only to find the cape disappear aloft as the crowd cheer "OLE, OLE". The matador swivels, pirouetting to face his enemy once more as he holds out the cape and jeers the bull on. The bull, tired as a sloth persists, ruts the ground with his hoof and charges full pelt at the cape. Again the matador outwits the bull and gracefully sweeps the cape away staring down at the bull as it idly passes by like a renegade freight train. The bull runs away briefly to regain its strength as the matador courageously turns his back to the bull to the delight and claps of the crowd. ...read more.

Middle

The bull, a solid, black, unit of an animal snorts and beams anger from its eyes. Its "musckles" bulging and its veins popping, this animal is truly something out of hell itself. The horns are as hard as nails and as sharp as the sharpest tool in the shed. Its brain however, is probably nothing more than the size of a pea as how stupid this animal is to go after the cape every single time. The bull grunts, and couriers towards the cape of the matador. It's stumpy and small but very muscular legs shifting their way across the dirt. The head and center of the bull's body stay perfectly still as the legs around them are a blur of dust black muscle and vein. ...read more.

Conclusion

The bull charges straight at the matador to the horror of the crowd! The matador curves his head to see the bull and tries to run away to safety but the bull is too fast. A horn impales into the ass of the matador and carries him up. A yank (American) in the crowd shouts in trepidation "oh sweet Jesus of Nazareth!" as the silhouette of the matador continues to rise. His arms flailing like a Wendy-doll as the horn propels him 20 feet into the sub-stratosphere like a candy wrapper caught in an updraft. Then down. The matador meets the earth as his body bounces across the grit of the sand. His legs slipping beneath him as he tries to grip the sand like a hamster running inside a hamster wheel. The matador scrambles to his feet as the bull, charges towards him, one, last, time. ...read more.

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