Help has a minion!

Minion the Emo Fish

Legacy Name: Help

The Storm Popoko
Owner: Kitten

Age: 15 years, 3 months, 2 weeks

Born: August 15th, 2006

Adopted: 6 years, 10 months, 2 weeks ago

Adopted: January 19th, 2015

Pet Spotlight Winner
August 1st, 2018


  • Level: 94
  • Strength: 235
  • Defense: 235
  • Speed: 227
  • Health: 227
  • HP: 227/227
  • Intelligence: 49
  • Books Read: 48
  • Food Eaten: 0
  • Job: Sassy Security Guard

It was a cold autumn day, Warm enough however to ride a bike. She'd bought some vegetables at the store, she'd never use. She put the bag of food on the handle of her bike and fumbled with her keys to unlock it. Adorned in black pants covered in pockets and chains, a black corset style top with a light black jacket to cover it. She wore black boots and a pair of gloves to stop her hands from getting blistered from her bike. She didn't look normal, she didn't look nice. Someone you likely wouldn't ever want to speak to.

While she unlocked her bike an old couple left the store. The man holding his arm around his wife, she holding the only thing they purchased that day. A carton of milk. They noticed the girl and shuffled faster, as fast as their brittle bodies would allow them. The girl moved her bike from the rack adjusting her gloves. She caught a glimpse of the old couple, in her mind she knew the discomfort and fear they might have felt from seeing her appearance. Through her deep black hair and eyeliner, she smiled.

That was the moment everything had changed.

Something about the girl's smile told a story no man could ever tell. She told a story of a life she never felt was worth living. She screamed out for help behind the weak smile. She was wasting away and getting more upset every day. The couple somehow in tune to her frequency, they felt something. At that moment, the whole world shifted and we didn't judge by appearance but by a picture of what really is.

The older lady was the first to go, She walked over to the girl and started talking to her about her gloves. Asking about what she did and began to tell her that she used to have a more classic bike as a kid. She told the girl that her gloves made her look really cool and she thought her bike was really high tech. Then the older man walked over and started talking more technical about the bike, asking her questions about what hills she rode and how fast she could go. All these questions didn't really apply to the girl, as she wasn't really active and just rode her bike to get around.

Though something changed..

When the conversation was over, The girl went home and her silent tears went away. She changed her mind, she wasn't going to die today. The old couple, maybe they knew. Maybe they saw through the bag, the bottle of pills she'd plan to take when she got home. Maybe they saw more. Maybe they just understood that you can't judge a book by the cover.

Whatever it is they felt, What they did saved my life. And I am here today, because of the beautiful brittle old couple that took time out of their day to make me feel good. Not all cries for help can be heard. And you should never judge a book by the cover. Taking that one moment to be a person, you could save someones life.

And every life is worth saving.

If you read this complete story, I wanted to give a little background on it. This story is real. This elderly couple saved my life and I will never be able to thank them for what they did.

If you or anyone you know is suffering please don't stay silent.

Please call the number for your respective country if you are in crisis. If your country isn't here or in the link I provided or you need help PLEASE ask me. Even if we've never spoken or I don't know you, I want you to be here tomorrow!


Canada Suicide Prevention Service (CSPS)
Phone: toll-free 1-833-456-4566
Text: 45645

Ages 20 Years and Under in Canada 1-800-668-6868
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness
24/7 Help Line 1-855-242-3310
Canadian Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line
Trans LifeLine
All Ages 1-877-330-6366

For other help lines and province specific please go to The Life Line Canada Foundation


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Phone: 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line
The organization's services are available 24 hours a day every day, throughout the US by texting 741741.

The Trevor Project
Phone: 866 488 7386
Website: The Trevor Project

Call or Text: 919-231-4525 | 1-877-235-4525

For other organizations please check out


Lifeline ( is a 24-hour nationwide service that provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services.It can be reached at 13 11 14. They also offer a online chat service.
Kids Helpline ( is a 24-hour nationwide service that provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and counselling services for Australians aged 5–25. It can be reached at 1800 55 1800. In addition the Kids Helpline does also provide online chat services.
Beyond Blue ( provides nationwide information and support regarding anxiety, depression, and suicide. It has a helpline witch can be reached by calling 1300 22 4636. The helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In addition, the organization also provides online chat from 15-24.

If you don't see your country here please check out

If you still can't find your country please msg me. I want to help you. No one should have to suffer alone.

Pet Art by User not found: serene
Profile Art by septemderon
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