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Ending Fatigue
We start with snappy premise and a quick, nice story. Then we start trying to one-up ourselves. And in the process lose the snappy delivery that's so essential to make humor work.

Read the first thousand words. Maybe the first thousand and a half. Then pretend the story has stopped, close the window, and go elsewhere. You will appreciate it much more than if you read it through straight to the end.
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The Tambourine Man's review
I know it's cliche, but, Your Mileage May Vary. For me, it stopped being funny very fast and just started feeling forced.

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It felt more like EVA written by the writers of Megas XLR to me, not that that's a bad thing. In any way. At all. It would certainly explain the title.
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K 9 Thefirst 1's review
A hilarious alternate take of Eva, with instead of Shinji being a psychologically-destroyed boy looking for his father's approval, he sees anything and everything that Gendo does to him as making up for the abandonment. A laugh a minute one-shot that involved Sachiel getting a kick to the nads and even an implied masochistic Asuka. It's like Eva written by the writers of Gurran Lagann!! Sure, it's not a deep and thought-provoking satire of the series like It Can't Get Worse, but a fun read none the less that uses comedy simply for the sake of comedy.
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