Have you ever had one of those moments, where, you're whole body, in the middle of an activity of some type, and your whole body just sort of, well, shakes as if you were asleep and then you're awake? And, well, right after it happens, it's like you, see differently?
Well, that's what happened to me just now, except, instead of just seeing something differently, I'm in a completely different room than I was before. And I have a gun in my hand.
The more I think about where I was the more this seems like it's completely impossible. I was sitting on the couch with my girlfriend, and we were making out, things were getting hot and heavy, her skin was silky to touch, and her hand was lifting up my shirt and it caused me to shiver.
And the next thing I know, I'm standing here. And I have a gun, and I have no idea where I am, and now I'm just starting to really notice you. And you're cowering before me, and that makes sense. I guess, because I have a gun. You're a pretty big guy, so even though I don't feel any malice at this moment towards you, I'm not going to put the gun down. Your mouth is taped, and I notice that my other hand has the rest of the tape in it.
I need to figure out what time it is, but there are no windows in this room.
There is a door, so I walk to it, and I open it, it's night time. And my girlfriend is waiting outside of her car in a tiny parking lot. She's leaning on the hood. She's in a black dress. She looks amazing. I remember who you are.
I walk back in. You whimper. I pull the trigger.
I'm embarrassed to say I get the shivers more often than I would like.