01 June 2015

Monday Madness s1 p3

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Leather. Hot and sticky. Like, peel your face off of it sticky. That's what I awoke to, with, much to my chagrin, no shortage of drool dried on my cheek.

And on top of it all, I felt like I had a million bruises all over my body.

Not bad, getting hit by a car and kidnapped in the same day.

My mind had fully caught up with my body, or as fully as it could possibly what with my having been out for who knows how long, and so I felt ready to face it all.

I opened my eyes, sat up in a rush, and slapped the head nearest to me, which happened to belong to a young man.

Said young man, Jon, I remembered, turned to me, startled, then opened his mouth to speak, but I got words out first.

"Who do you think you are? Do you realize my father is a lawyer? Do you realize my mother is a police officer? And that both of them were in the army beforehand?" All lies, but I decided to try the scare tactic first. "Do you know what they do to creeps like you?"

The person in the passenger seat, who had an unnaturally large head that was topped with thin, greasy, blonde hair, turned around and glanced between the two of us with disinterest, then he said, "Why on earth did you leave her hands untied?"

"Uh," Jon spluttered, then shrugged.

I slapped him again to make him think about what he had done.

"If you want to continue on in the business, kid, you had better get these simple things straight. There's duct tape under the seat."

Jon muttered something angrily, then ducked down to grab the tape. I proceeded to give him a sharp kick in the jaw, then lurched for the driver.

I suppose that was a bad idea. But the driver had looked harmless enough--a little, middle aged woman with red hair who looked as if she needed to sit on a phone book and have bricks strapped to her feet to even reach the pedals.

The problem is, I forgot that the main reason I own a big dog is because I've never hit five foot, myself. And four foot eleven-and-an-eighth inches versus a wild woman and a weirdly buff guy (and, later, Jon) ended with me scowling on my seat, hands and legs taped securely.

So I tried to go another route. "What do you want with me?"

Big Head rolled his eyes and said, "Wouldn't you like to know?"

"Gah," Jon said, rubbing his jaw angrily. "Why do we always have to go through this, Carl? Why can't we just tell her right off the bat instead of waiting until the last dog is hung?"

"Why don't you take that up with the big boss?" said Big Head, or Carl, I guess.

Jon snorted and crossed his arms, then glanced over at me at the absolute perfect time. I'd opened my eyes as wide as they'd go, mustered up a few tears, and let one drip slowly down my nose. "Please," I whispered, low enough that the two in the front seat couldn't hear me. "Please, I just want to go home."

Jon shrugged, then turned away, and I wanted to kick him so bad. So bad.

But a few minutes later, he nonchalantly showed me an open notebook, which read in all uppercase, block letters,
 
WE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR PARENTS.
 
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Stay tuned for part 4 over on Candence's blog next Monday!

15 comments :

  1. Whoa... more, more, more! ^.^

    xoxo Morning

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    1. XD SOOOOOON. *rubs hands together* XD

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  2. Ahaha! I'd have punched Jon too.

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  3. I love her tactics. If scaring doesn't work, resort to physical violence. And, when all else fails, turn on the waterworks.

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    1. XD Glad you do. I wish I were cool like Keilah. ;-) So glad you're reading, Janie!

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  4. MUAHAHAH. I LOVE JON SO MUCH. <3 XDDD I get nervous because I don't want to mess your character up. I'm awful at writing characters how they actually act. Also I have to write the next part today (not posting XD) because camp ends on sundayyyyy. And then I'll probably be kind of busy on Monday. *shruggies*

    BUT THIS WAS GOOD. I LOVED IT. Aw yisss.

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    1. XDDD I was nervous writing Jon because I didn't want to mess him up but then I was like, "Oh well it'll have to do." XD I like the element of surprising each other with it. SUCH A CHALLENGE.

      GLAD YOU LOVED IT!

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  5. Hahahaha, okay. Wow.

    How do you even write about short people when you're taller than most elves?????????

    She's adorable and spunky and she smacked Jon several times, which was also cool.

    But either I'm really bad at reading, or you haven't described her looks or hair color. Or her dog. How'm I supposed to draw when I don't know what people look like HMMMM?

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    1. XD I hope that's a good wow. XD

      I like to write about people of all sizes.

      I thought that was cool too. XD I'm glad you like her.

      You are not bad at reading. Our lovely Keilah has not had the chance to describe herself. I'll either do it in the next part or email you a description if you like.

      XD You crack me up.

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    2. lol it was.

      SURE. Using what as a reference?? And if you say ME I will smack you....

      But yes, describe her to MHEEE

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  6. GURL YOU ALMOST GAVE ME A HEART ATTACK. I swear, for the first three paragraphs I thought you were legitimately talking about getting kidnapped. HANNAH YOU CAN'T SCARE ME LIKE THAT!!! Sweet mercy. *hyperventilates*

    Chloe | Curious Ramblings

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    1. HAHAHAHA I AM DYING. WHAT EVEN. XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD I'm sorry, I really should intro all these things. XD CHLOE YOU WONDERFUL PERSON HAHA.

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  7. Hannah Joy!!! I’ve been SO BAD about reading this… wow. Goshies. EHHHH. But mannn I love it so muchhh. <3 “I opened my eyes, sat up in a rush, and slapped the head nearest to me, which happened to belong to a young man.” < BRILLIANCE. Ooooh yay, GO KEILAH!!!1 She is sassy and awesome. And gaaaaaah I love Jon. :D *bounces over to next installment*

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    1. MAHAHAHAHAHA. I'm so glad you are reading, Abbie! I love writing it. XD It's super fun. Keilah is such a wonderful brat sometimes. :-) Glad you're enjoying!

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