“Sonic the Hedgehog” fans, please keep quiet: How to make your own music
“Son, you’re going to hate me,” the man said, shaking his head, before turning his attention back to the woman who was sitting in front of him.
“I’ll give you a few tips,” he said.
“One is to be kind.
You’re probably going to be upset.
You have no right to be.
But you can help me out by not being a complete bitch and not making fun of my work.”
“What’s wrong with you?” the woman asked, her voice rising.
“You’re a jerk.
I’m not going to tell you why,” the Hedgehogs hedgehog replied.
“But please don’t tell me you don’t like me.
You are the only person who is going to get it right.
Because if you don, I’m going to have to send you a copy of the code to download yourself.”
“I won’t,” the woman said, visibly upset.
“Not anymore,” the hedgehog said.
It was an uncomfortable moment for the woman.
She was a lifelong fan of the game, and now she couldn’t stand the Hedgecogs.
“How do I get the code?” she asked.
The Hedgehog’s response was to take off his shirt and put it over his face.
He reached into his pocket, pulled out his wallet, and handed her a code.
The woman smiled.
The hedgehog smiled back.
“So,” he started, “what’s the problem?”
The woman looked confused.
“The code’s supposed to help me get rid of the virus, so I can play Sonic the Hedgecock.”
The Hedgehogg was confused as well.
“Can I play it?” the Hedgefang asked.
“No,” the Woman said, “You can’t.”
The hedgehogs head snapped back up, and he turned to the man who had just asked her, “Can you do it?”
“I can,” the Man said.
The man nodded.
“Great,” the hedhog said, taking a sip of his drink.
“What else do I need to do?”
“Just play it for a couple of minutes,” the person who had given the Hedge Hog the code said.
And that was that.
The game was downloaded, and the woman was relieved to have gotten the software for free.
She didn’t mind paying the $30 for it.
“Thank you so much for letting me use your software,” she said.
“Good luck,” the software said.