Let me tell you something about the communal Laundry Room of a high rise apartment building. It's a battlefield. But similar to real war, there are unspoken rules that exist within the confines of the sacred place of cleansing. And sometimes, yes sometimes, some cretin comes along and deems himself superior to the code of honor. A rogue. A villain. An A**hole. And even less often, a hero arises in the form of a laundry room vigilante that desires justice in the space of whirring washers and dryers.
Blood soup tells the story of one such hero. A man who has decided that enough is enough. And do you know what ensues? Madness. Oh yes, madness. In a life where we can control nothing, in a world where the blind leads the blind,its inspiring to see a story of a man who takes control. A man who restores order. A man who waits for clothes to dry. It's nice to see a story when good takes back the night. Take back the night, I tell you, take back the night.
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