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About the Story« On a terminé ?
— Non, il reste la 112…
— Encore ? J’en peux plus !
— Courage, on a presque fini. »
Quand faut y aller, faut y aller…
En tant que jeune ramoneur plein d’avenir, vous êtes, Jenker Harmlot, un modèle pour bon nombre de vos collègues ! D’ailleurs, vous venez d’être déclaré employé du mois, ce n’est pas pour rien !
Vous avez bien travaillé aujourd’hui, comme d’habitude. Il ne reste qu’une cheminée à nettoyer et vous pourrez enfin aller boire un coup au bar puis aller vous coucher.
1st Place - French Comp 2009
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