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Sarcastic Rick's New Years Event

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posted on Dec, 30 2018 @ 09:22 PM
Rick was feeling good and looking good this evening, if he did say so himself.

While playing pool at a local hotspot on New Year's eve, he caught the eye of
a noticebly shy woman, who didn't want him to know she was looking at him.

He took the cue, and swaggard across the bar room floor to where she stood alone.

"Hello, beautiful. You look like your having no fun at all."

In a panic the lady started to scream. "Please don't hurt me! Please..please!

Clentching his eyes shut, he put his hands on his ears. The scream echoed in
his head, and the noise hurt.

In desparation, he lunged forward toward the person hurting him, and kicked her
in the stomach with a tremendous amount of force.

The screaming stopped. The pain was going away. Rick looked around and began to
realize he was in his basement, which was padded and sound proof.

The girl had chains around her wrists, which were attached above her to the floor
joist. She gasped for air as her breaths tried to come, between the tears and moans.

"Forgive me, my dear." Rick stated sarcastically, as he began grinning from ear to
ear. "I lost my mind there for a minute."

The End.

posted on Dec, 31 2018 @ 12:11 AM
a reply to: highvein

This is the second ATS short story in recent memory that used a basement as the setting. (I thought the first was yours as well but I couldn't find it. Must have been someone else.) I tend to reflexively interpret that as a parallel to the subconscious, a place of storage when the upstairs of the house (conscious mind) is full to capacity. Is this piece aligned with that idea at all? Or is a cigar just a cigar in this case?

I don't have a lot to say but wanted to let you know I read all the stories that come up and I appreciate your contributions.

posted on Dec, 31 2018 @ 12:31 PM
a reply to: DictionaryOfExcuses

Just a Cigar, and thank you.

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