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By SF Guillermo 


By Arnold Sanders 

It was several months after the ‘candy chase’ incident. The candy had been distributed to its rightful owners, and the guys who stole the candy all fled and were never seen again. Therefore, no one would expect that I would need to use my PAC Fold puppet again for another occasion, yes?


Dang, how do I hate to say this. Believe me when I say that I’ve never been the guy to carry around a finger puppet. This started more like a joke than anything else, when I went home, said hi to my dog Dory, played PAC Man on my Nintendo 3DS XL and watched a video online on how to fold an origami PAC man, who was later used to get the candy to the owners during the Halloween party.

Recap alright? Recap alright.

The thing is that I hadn’t been popular in school either. I wasn’t pretty bright to start with, and it didn’t win me any points at school. I was lucky to have been invited to the party at all…

But after the party, everything changed. After I got everyone’s candy, everyone seemed to be nicer to me than ever before.

“You know, I’m starting to like this.” I told Luke Fox, the party owner.

“Not bad at all. You always were a great guy.”

I nodded. Yes, maybe I was.

Before entering the class, however, I couldn’t avoid noticing a rabble going on outside.

The guy who I was before would have interfered, but this new me just went to class. I did have my suspicions, though.


By Arnold Sanders 

After class, I did come across the same rabble on my way to the next one, and I guess a part of me still wants to get back to adventure.

“What’s up?” I asked Paul, the guy who had been knocked off from what I could tell.

“This- this guy. He came to me while I got some books from my locker and he took them all while I was distracted!”

“Alright, alright. Calm down,” I tried to relax the guy. He was even more stressed out than I would’ve been in this situation,”Have you seen his face?”

He was going to speak. He might have said something, but the school principal came and-

“What’s going on here?!”

“Sir, there’s been a book robbery-“ I tried to explain. He found this pretty funny.

“You have a very funny way of saying things, Arnold. Just say someone lost their book.”

“They’ve been stolen!”

The principal looked sideways.

“Alright, alright, everyone,” He said out loud, “Who was it? If he who is guilty comes out, there shall be no punishment henceforth!”

“Why doeth he have to sound like Macbeth?” A kid said behind him.

“Oh, gosh.” I mumbled.

“Who said the Macbeth thing!?” The principal yelled. I quickly got out of there before the principal let out another cry, “It’s my favorite play!!!”

Crazy school of madness.


By Arnold Sanders

I couldn’t believe I was back in the game. Even though I didn’t know who the book thief was, I did know he wasn’t far.

I ran through the hallway and stopped to look at everyone to see if they were suspicious at all. Most of them weren’t.

“Excuse me,” I stopped to ask a couple of people chatting outside the math classroom, “Have you seen a guy carrying lots of books?”

I realised the question was stupid right after the words came out of my mouth.

“Oh, hi Arnold. No, I haven’t. Sorry.”

“Alright, thanks,” I glanced at the piece of paper Betty was holding. It was bright yellow, “No, I’m sorry. Are you planning on keeping that?”

“It’s for an art project. You can take a piece, here.”

I took what she gave me and I continued my search: My eyes peering through the school’s students while my hands quickly folded another origami pac fold. The chase was on.

At that moment, I noticed Freddy Graham trying to fit a lot of books into his locker.

“Hey, you!” 

The guy looked at me, and the rest happened within seconds. I jumped to grab the books, and got a hold of them. But he took my origami pac fold and squashed it with his bare hands.

“You’ll pay for this, Pac-Fold! Mark my words!”

Yeah, that’s what they all say. 

After the event, I gave the books to Paul, who was still talking to the principal about Macbeth.

“Thanks! You’re awesome, man.”

“Anytime, you can count on me anytime.”

Wholesome speech 100%, if you ask me.


By Arnold Sanders

At night, I often had dreams about Pac Man. Some were very weird, and other made more sense.

At first I thought it had something to do with the origami Pac Fold, but after a while I realized that carrying origami finger puppets could only continue until a certain point in one’s life.

I knew what I wanted to do with mine. I was going to be a videogame designer.

Click here to read “Paper’mon”, the next story of VGOU Fold 2!

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  1. I loved this, man

  2. OrigamiLuke100

    This story has got to be the worst one I’ve ever read

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