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There have always been those who slipped through life unnoticed, in and out of people's thoughts like a bad dream. They were called loners, nice enough but never worth anyone's time, but sometimes these loners held more power over the world around them than they could ever possibly imagine.
Kristina is one of those loners, a socially isolated and frequently ignored college outcast who has seldom been noticed and even less of the time paid much attention to. She has always wanted to be a good student, the girl who does the right thing, for the right reasons. But like every other girl, Kristina at one time wanted to be popular.
Of course the reality is that Kristina is a dreadfully plain unnoticed girl who will never be anything more... at least outside of her creative imagination, which is what led her to joining Professor Kirk Semper's Creative Writing 101 class this semester.
Unfortunately the class is absolutely full, too many other students having heard the rumors about Kirk Semper's uniquely casual grading methods, his possibly eccentric style of teaching. And as they get their semester assignment, Kristina will discover that her creative isolation may just harbor more power than she could ever have imagined... especially when she gets the creative writing laptop from a stack of outdated technology Kirk Semper gives each student in the class.
It's with that in mind that Kristina goes back to her dorm room, no more classes for the day. She intends to finally cut loose her creativity and write away all her problems, to use the people on campus, those she knows and doesn't know, in her own twisted brand of therapeutic revenge tales, a cathartic release of the frustrations of being ignored and so often underappreciated.
But while the laptops are supposed to have been wiped clean, Kristina finds a single little file icon on hers, and when she clicks it, a message appears. Signed simply KPK, the message is simple, that life sucks but it doesn't have to. Anything written on the laptop will come true, so make life something better, anything you want it to be.
When Kristina chalks it up to a creatively written joke inadvertently left on the old laptop she was handed, she starts to write, telling of Kristina the flawless coed with big jiggly tits. And shortly after writing those words, Kristina is shocked as her breasts went from pancake flat to indecently flawless and fat, the kind strippers would envy and the kind she always dreamed of having.
In a manic fit, Kristina spins tale after tale of everything imaginable, from three princess bitch girls losing control of their actions in class, perverting their bodies and ruining their reputations, to a tale about a picked on loner of a guy she knows getting doused in pheromone enhancing chemicals that send him on a quest to breed every girl he can find.
She spins a twisted tale of cheerleaders practicing in the gym during a raging storm, trapped inside with the geek wearing a cursed bull mascot uniform, transformed into a beastly bull creature determined to mate with each and every cheerleader.
Kristina writes her own body even sexier, with impossible abilities, with milky tits she can enjoy while she types, spinning tales about twin daughters stealing their new step-daddy away from Mommy, tales of a geek on campus turning mad scientist upon realizing his new app miraculously turns coeds into mindless flesh robots, a female professor possessed by evil instructing her class in the art of human reproduction.
Write is Wrong for Kristina, but did Professor Kirk Semper know that when he gave the assignment? Find out in the longest original story in years that may just give you clues to the inner workings of how Kreme tales are truly brought to life!