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My friend Rich was living with me for some reason - he'd only just moved in. I'd gone to Tesco to get
some food, and when I got to the carpark, I had to drive down a twisted little road to get to the parking
spaces. I parked quite near the store entrance, but I didn't get out of the car. A family were parked
behind me and were loading shopping into their car. They had a little girl with them, and she walked
over to my car and started chatting to me. After a while, I decided to leave, but as I was about to start
the car, I realised that the little girl was in the back seat. When I eventually got rid of her, the car
wouldn't start, so I had to phone Rich and ask him to come and rescue me.
He came to pick me up, and we drove back to my house. I went into the bathroom while he went on the
computer in my bedroom. I was in the bath, and I was having a conversation with him by shouting
through the wall. He said he'd found something on my computer, and he kept laughing, and I was
getting all wound up about what he'd found. I got out of the bath and put a towel on, and opened the
bathroom door to talk to him easier. He came into the bathroom with me, and closed the door, then he
started kissing me. We were kissing for ages, and he said something which I didn't quite hear. I
said "what?", but he didn't answer, then a few seconds later I realised he'd said "do you love me?". I
wanted to tell him I did, but I thought it was too late to answer now, and I was worried I'd missed the
Later on, I was in a school with some girl I knew. I'd left the school a few years back, but she was still
attending. It was Halloween, and there was an annual costume party. The theme for this year was
machines, so most kids had covered cardboard boxes in tin foil and made robot costumes. We were all
in the main hall, and on the stage the teachers were announcing the winners of the costume contest.
they announced the winner's name, and he went onto stage. he was dressed like a racing car, and the
costume was so good that you couldn't tell it wasn't a car. As he got onto the stage, the car exploded,
and a huge red heart flew out over the audience. Just as it was about to hit the floor, the heart split
open, and a boy dressed in racing clothes popped out. He got a huge round of applause, and collected
his trophy. The second and third prize winners, also had costumes whyich they exploded out of, but
they both ended up naked, desperately trying to hide themselves from the other kids.
At the back of the hall was a pet supply stall, and I wanted to buy my cat a collar - I think it was a
tradition that I bought him one every Halloween. the girl and I searched everywhere, but all we could
find were dog collars and dog leads. i was really upset that I couldn't get him a collar.
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My friend Shell was throwing a party, and I'd gone over to her house early. She was talking to me, and
she mentioned something about when I went to pick people up. I asked who I was supposed to pick up,
and she looked surprised, and said that our friend Callum had told her that those of us with cars would
pick up everyone else, and that I was supposed to pick up 4 people, none of whom I'd met more than
once. I told her that Callum hadn't asked me to pick anyone up, and that I wouldn't have agreed even
if he had, because I wasn't going to be a free taxi for people I didn't know. Shell said that was fair
enough, and she totally agreed with me, and that she had no idea he hadn't spoken to me.
Later on, our friend Kelly turned up and started complaining that I hadn't picked people up, but I told
her I wasn't going to go. She said they wouldn't be able to get to the party if I didn't, and I told her it
wasn't my problem, because I didn't even know these people, and because i was angry that Callum had
told them I'd pick them up without even speaking to me. Kelly started crying and stomped off. I went
into the kutchen and was talking to Shell, and my other friend Michelle. I told them that i didn't mind
driving them round, because they were my friend, but nobody else ever asked nicely, or said thank
you, or offered me any money for petrol. They both agreed with me, and we went outside.
We were all standing on a hill at the side of Shell's house, chatting and drinking - there were about 15
of us. My friend Sam arrived, and she looked really angry. She stormed straight towards me, and
deliberately bumped into me. I said sorry to try and start a conversation, but she just climbed down the
hill and went inside the house. A few minutes later, she came back out with two women in old-fashioned
prom dresses. She said they were her cousins, and that at Sam's 18th party a few weeks ago, they'd
both seen me talking to Sam's mum's (now ex-) boyfriend, Shaun. Sam said "Don't you think it's weird,
for a 19 year old to spend so much time talking to a 31 year old?", so I said "How do you know it wasn't
the 31-year-old who was talking to the 19-year-old?". She looked angry and went back inside the
house. Shell and I took the opportunity to leave, and we walked into town.
As we arrived in town, we saw a market stall which sold sweets. I saw some lollies I wanted, and some
little round colourful things. We got into the queue, and I picked a bag of candy letters, a bag of two
lollypops, a lollypop covered in chocolate and sprinkles, some weird chocolate bars which looked like
they had coconut on, and a couple of other bags. I asked the owner if he had any more of the colourful
sweets I'd seen - the bag was gone and I assumed the man in front of me had bought them. The
shopkeeper told me that they were actually candy letters in a midget gems bag, and that the bag had
broken. He added up all the sweets and it came to £1:70. I thought that must be wrong, so I assumed
he'd meant £17:00. I gave him a £20 note, and he gave me loads of change in pound coins, so i
realised it must have really come to £1:70 after all.
The ages Sam was talking about were wrong - Sam said she was 18, but she's actually 21. She said I
was 19 when I'm actually 23, and she said Shaun was 31 when he's actually 37.
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It was night and I was stuck in some strange town with nobody I knew. I'd been sent to a hotel which
looked after children who needed somewhere to stay while their parents were away. I was the only one
of the visitors who was an adult. In the foyer there were racks and racks of silk evening dresses and
ballgowns, in all different colours. I was looking through them when I saw two girls hiding behind one.
They were both about 12. One had blonde hair, and one had brown, and the brown haired girl was
crying. Both were rummaging through their bags. I said hi to them, then I left.
A while later the lady who ran the hotel called me over, and showed me the brown-haired girl's bag.
She told me they couldn't find the girl, so we both looked through her bag for any clues, but we couldn't
find any. I told her that she was crying before, and the lady told me that the blonde haired girl had
been bullying her. We went upstairs into a living room where the blonde girl was sitting. The lady left
me with her and told her I was her cousin. I was supposed to try and get information out of her, while
the woman searched the upstairs rooms. I knew the girl was scared of me because I was older than
her. I took out some paper I'd found in the other girl's bag, and noticed they had mazes and
crosswords and things on them. I started doing a maze involving jungles and animals.
I don't think we ever found the girl, so I eventually went to bed. The next morning I bumped into an old
friend from school, Sam. I drove to her house, then we went out for the day and I walked back to the
hotel. Sam said she'd send her dad to pick me up so I could go and get my car back. When he arrived,
he wsn't her actual dad - he was only about my age, and he had long blonde hair. Her little sister was in
the back, and she was the same age she was when Sam and I were at school. She kept making noises
which made me jump. Her dad dropped me off near the car park, and he was surprised I could drive,
because Sam couldn't. I said thank you and got out of the car.
I started to walk towards my car, and realised there were loads of people there. I saw my friend Kelly
crossing the road and wondered what she was doing there. There were people arguing, fighting,
hugging, and some people were laying face down on the floor.