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Adam picked up the nearest thing on the floor, which happened to be a pair of week old socks, and began to wipe the brown slime off of his foot.

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Introduction

Obsession "Adam!" cried his mother up the stairs. "Adam Nuttell, get yourself down here now! It's a quarter to flaming' eight!" Upstairs, the teenager began to stir. A thin beam of light shone through a crack between the curtains. It radiated on the acne-ridden face of sleeping youth. "Adam!" bellowed his mother again. "Get up you lazy article!" "Cool the shouting," replied a weary voice. "I'm up, I'm up" Adam threw back his blood red duvet and rose to his feet. "Damn!" he growled, as his foot sunk into a mass of chocolate ice cream. He had taken it upstairs the previous night for a midnight snack, and he must have dropped it as he fell asleep. Adam picked up the nearest thing on the floor, which happened to be a pair of week old socks, and began to wipe the brown slime off of his foot. ...read more.

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asked his father, knowing that he only acted like this when he was after something. ""What else does one want on such a fine morning as this?" "Your present is on the sideboard" "Thanks Dad. Thanks Mum." He darted over to the sideboard, and began ripping the blue wrapping paper off of what appeared to be a large box. Inside the box, was a brand new personal computer, just what he had wanted. "Do you like it?" asked his father. "It's got the internet!" added his mother enthusiastically. "It's great. Thanks!" replied Adam, struggling to let his words out, as he was so excited. With that, a car horn was sounded outside. "Quick! You'll be late for school" "But what about...." Barbara cut him off. "Brennan's mate is coming round to put it together today." "See You!" Adam said, as he ran out of the house, to get in his best friend Paul's car. ...read more.

Conclusion

"Get Out!" "Paul wants to see you. Why won't you see him?" "I don't need friends anymore!" "I wish we'd never bought you that computer. It's taken you over!" "Get Out! Get Out!" screamed Adam. The argument reached its crescendo. Adam stormed over to his mother, knocked the sheets out of her hand, and hit her. He hit her again and again, and slowly pushed her towards the top of the stairs whilst he held her firmly. "I don't need friends." Adam screamed into the ear of his now hysterical mother. "Adam, Adam. Don't do it.," she whimpered quietly. "I don't need friends, and I don't need you." With that, Adam let go of his mother and gave her a final shove. She went backwards down the stairs. As she went down, she hit the stairs over ten times, snapping her back in half and severing her neck and fracturing almost every bone in her body. When she reached the bottom, her limbs were stretched out, limp and lifeless. With seeing that, Adam realised what he had become. ...read more.

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