Coming out of a much overpriced Shell gas station off of the 101 freeway past Bakersfield and in the middle of nowhere dwells the beast Drive up to Stanford. The Drive up to Stanford, also known as DUS, wasn’t always this huge beast. No he used to be pleasant man; he would let people drive up and down the 101 freeway passing his shell station, even let them come to his shell station and buy gas and food. He was always nice like this up until Stanford University opened up in 1891 then DUS became this horrible beast killing and ripping the dead corpses of many college students and professors from Stanford who drive near his Shell station.
DUS only goes after the college students and professors of Stanford because ever since Stanford opened there have been wild parties there. Lot’s of students would get messed at these crazy parties and decide to swerve there cars all the way to his overpriced Shell station and they would crash into it.
They would always trip out about the big, spinning yellow shell floating in mid-air. So now DUS would use his super spidey senses to pick out the Stanford people driving by so he could brutally mutilate them as they pass. DUS was as big as the Hulk, with two huge pointed horns on his head. He had a bigger 8 pack than the Situation and his arms were 10 feet around. He had one of the ugliest faces ever with no ears, 3 different sized eyes going across his face and his mouth foamed like a rabid dog when he got angry.
In the year 2009 the University noticed a drastic decrease in the number of not only their preppy students attending but also the number of their professors also decreased. The professors who traveled on the 101 freeway especially were not showing up to work. Nobody on campus knew of this horrific monster, DUS, because there were no witnesses or survivors to tell the story. Since there was nobody left traveling north on 101 to get to school DUS could no longer mass massacre these kids going to school..
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