Club Shinjuku in Prototype has won another prize, this time an unexpected one.
“The World’s Best Place to Neck Prize is highly coveted,” said the originator of the prize, an eclectic millionaire philanthropist. “It’s only given once in three years.” Asked why the prize was seldom given, the philanthropist replied “it’s about the time an early romance ends and another begins.”
Northbridge, one of the areas of the Prototype Tri-State, has been closed off for a massive construction effort. NTBI has said nothing of the massive project, though WBA President Sketch Sun offered this insight.
“Northbridge is SZYM and NTBI, and those are mega-corporations run by visionaries. They don’t just repaint the walls. They remove the forest, lay down miles of road, and build towers in the sky. Whatever is happening in Northbridge will be big and game changing.”
A WN reporter walks alongside traffic during rush hour in Prototype.
Prototype Police are reporting that traffic delays during rush hour have been exacerbated by elk on the highway.
“Wow,” said one communter. “Like wow. Those guys are big.”
The Prototype Gas Company was called out to Szym Tower yesterday after several people reported a “gas smell” in the hallways. The team discovered that the smell was actually the chefs at the Tower’s five star restaurant experimenting with new ingredients.
“The Glenbrook Bark Beetle is really smelly,” a sous chef told us, “but a good source of protein.”
The latest release at Prototype is the Volta, a fully electric luxury vehicle. Link is at right for the car.
More changes are due at Prototype Gardens, and rumors are circulating that a new mall with a “double square” layout may be planned to make room for more products.
“Why are you asking me,” said WBA President Sketch Sun, “go ask Will or Nelson.”
A taxi driver in the Prototype Tri-State is suing a homeowner for “reckless use of a driveway,” after they wrecked their car on a pick up.
“The driveway is totally crazy,” the driver told us. “So yeah, I called Baker and Sun to see if the Fugitive Lawyer is available.”
The homeowner has also contacted the law firm and is equally upset. “This guy drives into my house and has the audacity to sue me?! I sue him!”