apply burn heal. .. The chances of surviving the surgery were thin. Some might even say they were paper-thin. But even in the midst of his upcoming second open heart transplant, Pa
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#1 - nwbballplayer (02/23/2014) [-]
The chances of surviving the surgery were thin. Some might even say they were paper-thin. But even in the midst of his upcoming second open heart transplant, Paper remained calm as he lay on the practicing table, a stationary bed for which he knew he may not leave. As the anesthesia began to kick in, Paper's life began to fly before him. The memories of family and friends, all of which had been cut down before him, filled his mind as he remember what kind of life he had lived. A simple man, Paper had never been one to live in the limelight. Graduating from a small college on an athletic scholarship, running a small bicycle store, and living in him hometown were his ideas of the ideal life. But nothing is ever as it seems. Medical complications, financial troubles, and severe depression caused what was now the present. The fragile state of a man clinging to the small scrap that was left of his life. As he awoke from the surgery, he knew something was different. Not the drowsiness and uneasiness of the surgery, not the successful heart transplant, but something else. He felt reborn, as if a new page was added to his book of life. As his tender nurse aided him, she swiftly turned on the television. As Paper's vision came back, he was able to see the spectacle before him on the dimly lit screen. Professional wrestling involving The Rock slamming John Cena with The People's Elbow, one of his signature moves. It was then that Paper knew what he wanted to do with his new lease on life. He would train, work his way up the wrestling circuit, and defeat Dwayne The Rock Johnson. After all, it was almost as if Paper was made to do it.    
 I made up this backstory for Paper the last time this was posted and just wanted to share
The chances of surviving the surgery were thin. Some might even say they were paper-thin. But even in the midst of his upcoming second open heart transplant, Paper remained calm as he lay on the practicing table, a stationary bed for which he knew he may not leave. As the anesthesia began to kick in, Paper's life began to fly before him. The memories of family and friends, all of which had been cut down before him, filled his mind as he remember what kind of life he had lived. A simple man, Paper had never been one to live in the limelight. Graduating from a small college on an athletic scholarship, running a small bicycle store, and living in him hometown were his ideas of the ideal life. But nothing is ever as it seems. Medical complications, financial troubles, and severe depression caused what was now the present. The fragile state of a man clinging to the small scrap that was left of his life. As he awoke from the surgery, he knew something was different. Not the drowsiness and uneasiness of the surgery, not the successful heart transplant, but something else. He felt reborn, as if a new page was added to his book of life. As his tender nurse aided him, she swiftly turned on the television. As Paper's vision came back, he was able to see the spectacle before him on the dimly lit screen. Professional wrestling involving The Rock slamming John Cena with The People's Elbow, one of his signature moves. It was then that Paper knew what he wanted to do with his new lease on life. He would train, work his way up the wrestling circuit, and defeat Dwayne The Rock Johnson. After all, it was almost as if Paper was made to do it.
I made up this backstory for Paper the last time this was posted and just wanted to share
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