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Post  Sabrina Quicksilver on Sat Jul 04, 2015 1:45 am

Sabrina yelped, feeling the world spinning but whether she was up or down was incredibly hard to determine and she almost gave up on the idea of trying to figure that out. She splashed about the stomach, unable to stop her movement thanks to the fact she couldn't grasp onto anything as she bounced unyeildingly from walls to the pit of the stomach itself. She let out a low whine, as her body continued to ragdoll, her body flung high into the air of the stomach as the world quaked around her. "Oh Gods...I'm going to be sick...this...this is torture" she thought, her body shaking jiggling and splashing. The acids dug through the sweater, soaking her body underneath as well. She hit something slick and her chest dragged as she slid down, her body entering the shallow pool again. "Urkkk..." she groaned, her head still spinning.
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Post  Tashia Stravinsky on Sat Jul 04, 2015 1:59 am

The darkness was hard to truly appreciate at first; one is rarely, if ever, completely shut away from all forms of light. Even at night, the stars, moon, even the dim glow of a lamp in a far off house... but as time passed in the endless expanse - or so it seemed - of the fox's stomach, with not a single photon of light reaching the woman's eyes, patterns began to suggest themselves from nothing... and the screams coming from impossible-to-determine locations wouldn't help with just what hallucinations were suggested. One point that may have struck Sabrina through all this was that she wasn't melting yet, or indeed, even starting to. Whatever this goop was, and it was viscous and sour-smelling, it didn't seem to be anything as potent as one would expect stomach acid to be... even if it clung to her every curve, matting her clothes and hair to her skin. It would also irritate the eyes, on contact... not that they would do much good open in such a place.
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Post  Sabrina Quicksilver on Fri Jul 10, 2015 7:03 pm

Tashia Stravinsky wrote:The darkness was hard to truly appreciate at first; one is rarely, if ever, completely shut away from all forms of light. Even at night, the stars, moon, even the dim glow of a lamp in a far off house... but as time passed in the endless expanse - or so it seemed - of the fox's stomach, with not a single photon of light reaching the woman's eyes, patterns began to suggest themselves from nothing... and the screams coming from impossible-to-determine locations wouldn't help with just what hallucinations were suggested. One point that may have struck Sabrina through all this was that she wasn't melting yet, or indeed, even starting to. Whatever this goop was, and it was viscous and sour-smelling, it didn't seem to be anything as potent as one would expect stomach acid to be... even if it clung to her every curve, matting her clothes and hair to her skin. It would also irritate the eyes, on contact... not that they would do much good open in such a place.

"Wh-what are you going to do with me?!" she cried, realizing the acids or what she had perceived were acids were not burning through her clothes yet. Her eyes burned, and her slimy blunt bangs clung to her forehead and dripped down her face. She groped the darkness, trying to figure how she would escape. Judging from the other cries of pain and misery, not many if any have succeeded yet. She'd have to try to remain calm enough to avoid them in the near future. Gods know how long they've been in here... She shivered, feeling the squishy membranous flooring beneath her sag a little. Though she didn't like the prospect, but if she needed to leave she could always try to find the pyloric sphincter and travel through the 'rear' exit. She shuttered again. Still she was up to her knees in goopy yet watery fluid. "Let me out now!!" she arching her head back, to the ceiling, though was unable to see it let alone anything in this dark expanse.

Tashia Stravinsky wrote:She could hardly be upset at this, a devilish grin taking hold of her once again as she stepped forward to pick it up, still on the map from before. Swiping through the menus, she hummed to herself... 'owned a company', was it? A lot of important contacts in her phone, then, to be sure. She would take her time going through them later, picking out those who interested her, or were fool enough to contact the phone...

There were a few contacts in her phone. Business Associates, Company Warehouse Numbers, Various Catering and Vehicular Services, the Personal Secretary of the ADN's Presidential Leader, and at a glance only a few personal phone numbers:


  • Brother
  • Long Tall and Flat
  • Dickless
  • Old Man Hawkethorne
  • C. White
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Post  Tashia Stravinsky on Tue Aug 11, 2015 8:12 pm

Tashia snickered at the names, amused by one in particular especially... but for the moment, had no particular compulsion to call anyone. She did mull the idea of sending prank texts, but dismissed it on considering it might tip people off to what had happened. Slipping the phone into her robe pocket, she swaggered down the street, rejoining the general public, deeply enjoying the movements of her secret prisoners...

Inside, the darkness seemed to stretch out forever, although the presence of an echo suggested otherwise... and yet, just as the echo of the woman's cries came back to her, her wandering would reveal much hillier 'terrain' than before, the stomach floor rolling in larger hills and valleys than the simple bumps thus far, progress requiring her to, at points, climb with her arms as well as her legs. Were there *any* boundaries she would hit in this place...? After quite a long slog through darkness and goop, anyone would become more acquainted with their other senses, and the echoes in front of her would suggest a deep dropoff looming in front of her... was it a valley that ended in a way further into the fox? Or was it simply a pit of no escape? In the former case, what might lay beyond in such an impossible anatomy? The woman would have to make her choice, with one thing being for sure; she would receive no assistance from the vixen, whose only awareness of her now was an occasional reminder from the woman's contact with her stomach floor...
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Post  Sabrina Quicksilver on Fri Aug 28, 2015 6:51 pm

Tashia Stravinsky wrote:Tashia snickered at the names, amused by one in particular especially... but for the moment, had no particular compulsion to call anyone. She did mull the idea of sending prank texts, but dismissed it on considering it might tip people off to what had happened. Slipping the phone into her robe pocket, she swaggered down the street, rejoining the general public, deeply enjoying the movements of her secret prisoners...

Inside, the darkness seemed to stretch out forever, although the presence of an echo suggested otherwise... and yet, just as the echo of the woman's cries came back to her, her wandering would reveal much hillier 'terrain' than before, the stomach floor rolling in larger hills and valleys than the simple bumps thus far, progress requiring her to, at points, climb with her arms as well as her legs. Were there *any* boundaries she would hit in this place...? After quite a long slog through darkness and goop, anyone would become more acquainted with their other senses, and the echoes in front of her would suggest a deep dropoff looming in front of her... was it a valley that ended in a way further into the fox? Or was it simply a pit of no escape? In the former case, what might lay beyond in such an impossible anatomy? The woman would have to make her choice, with one thing being for sure; she would receive no assistance from the vixen, whose only awareness of her now was an occasional reminder from the woman's contact with her stomach floor...

Sabrina stood now before this 'pit' or valley entrance. It was hard to gauge which, without her phone. "Hrmm..." she growled, looking ahead of her. She had an extremely bad feeling about this, but this was the first unique structure she had came across in a long while. Space shouldn't react like it has so far, and in a normal case she would have been forced into a tight ball, bulging from the Vixen as if she was carrying pups. She was at least thankful that she had leg and arm room. She didn't know what to think otherwise, other than wanting to leave this wretched place. She sat down upon her bum, the oozing liquid soaking through her sweater dress, her white underwear and right to her plump ass. She shivered, spreading her thighs and began to inch her way slowly down this new feature. "Alright.... nice and easy...." she gulped. It was definitely deep, and she was afraid where it was going to take her. She really hoped this wasn't a pit...

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Post  Sabrina Quicksilver on Sun May 15, 2016 9:32 am

Sabrina let out a loud screech as she slid down the pit, her back slick as she slid down deeper into Tashia's belly. She wondered, was she going to be digested? Was there going to be a trace left of her once she actually 'left' this world? Would she leave alive? All these things went through her mind, her ruby eyes like pin pricks as she continued to slide down, and down....

How is any of this possible? Did I shrink? Oh gosh, I think I really am going to be but food to this clever fox! she gulped, screaming all the way down....
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Post  Shannon Quicksilver on Wed Jun 15, 2016 3:41 pm

Tashia Stravinsky wrote:Tashia snickered at the names, amused by one in particular especially... but for the moment, had no particular compulsion to call anyone. She did mull the idea of sending prank texts, but dismissed it on considering it might tip people off to what had happened. Slipping the phone into her robe pocket, she swaggered down the street, rejoining the general public, deeply enjoying the movements of her secret prisoners...

Inside, the darkness seemed to stretch out forever, although the presence of an echo suggested otherwise... and yet, just as the echo of the woman's cries came back to her, her wandering would reveal much hillier 'terrain' than before, the stomach floor rolling in larger hills and valleys than the simple bumps thus far, progress requiring her to, at points, climb with her arms as well as her legs. Were there *any* boundaries she would hit in this place...? After quite a long slog through darkness and goop, anyone would become more acquainted with their other senses, and the echoes in front of her would suggest a deep dropoff looming in front of her... was it a valley that ended in a way further into the fox? Or was it simply a pit of no escape? In the former case, what might lay beyond in such an impossible anatomy? The woman would have to make her choice, with one thing being for sure; she would receive no assistance from the vixen, whose only awareness of her now was an occasional reminder from the woman's contact with her stomach floor...

The phone began to ring, vibrating Tahia's pocket.

Upon the phone's screen were the words: "Long Tall and Flat"


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Post  Sabrina Quicksilver on Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:45 pm

Sabrina felt as though she had been sliding down the walls of that 'pit' for hours. Hell, she couldn't even tell if she was still sliding. The darkness, the scent of Tashia's stomach and previous victims dulled her senses, and she felt as though her ribbed sweater had began to digest in some areas. Her flesh felt numb but she hadn't hit any pools of acid yet, or she couldn't believe she had anyway. She tried banging on the walls around her again, though it was futile last time she tried. "Let me out!" she screamed to the fox, kicking the fleshy walls, her body still sliding down. Sounds around her became Tashia's natural cavernous interior; she heard screams and moans before of some other woman, but they stopped a while ago... she couldn't tell where she was heading or even if she was still in the Fox's stomach...

What if I am in her intestines? Oh Gods! Am I going to become poop?! Her fractured mind feared, her body quivering and made her struggle more!
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