For as long as he could remember, dating back to earlier elementary school, Chance had a problem with obsession. He had, for a time, called it addiction, but although that term provided a fairly accurate sense of the behaviors that his issues entailed, he didn’t like the drug-use connotations associated with it. It had begun … Continue reading Obsession
Here's a few of the responses given by posters in the thread with the question above. The weirdest thing I ever saw was in the bathroom at the grocery store. Someone just left a bag of lemons on the back of the toilet. Like, why? What were you doing with lemons in the bathroom, and … Continue reading What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever seen?
“Where do you think you’re going, skinny?” “Yeah, pretty boy. Where you going?” Tobias flushed, but he kept walking. Engaging with the girls would only encourage them. If he ignored them, they might leave him alone. “Hey, we’re talking to you,” one of them said. He didn’t want to look back at them. That would … Continue reading Serrano Sidewalk
He didn’t like to meet people’s eyes. He never had, really, but he had only noticed it as he’d aged. It had been something he’d always done — looking past people while they spoke to him, or focusing his eyes in entirely the opposite direction. It wasn’t that he didn’t want to pay attention to … Continue reading Eye Contact
Shadows, Part 3 Benni, to hans disappointment, had to leave to attend a meeting with a client. This left Adrick alone in his loft with his system, with only the knowledge that there was something inside of it that neither of them understood. Adrick thought he might actually be less bothered by the situation than … Continue reading Shadows, Part 4
There are days when he awakens where everything around him is a blank grey-white, where it seems he is lost in some vast infinite space full of nothing but emptiness. On those days he has to fight to get moving, for it always seems, before he starts, that there is nothing to move toward: that … Continue reading Everything Around Him
There came a point along their path when it split into two. There was no telling, from where the path forked, where either side might lead, and so there was little too guide them in their choice. Nevertheless, they did not truly discuss it, not aloud. They simply chose one side and continued on their … Continue reading The Paths