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London Underground As Melanie lay there, she lay unknowingly to the world around her. For when she going to wake up her world was going to be flipped on its head. She awoke! "Who am I? Where am I! What is this place!". Melanie got up and started to wandering the dull, rather grey and dirty tube station around her. With her droopy eyes, she walked rather drearily around the platform, trying to make sense of what had happened to her the night before, and what she was now going to do. Melanie managed to find her way out of the tube station, she started walk the grey and worn streets outside. This was even thought it was sunny day, it didn't seem to change the scenery around Melanie. After what seemed like hours of walking Melanie sat down on a bench outside the Royal Opera House. Their Melanie took a small break after which she once again set off. Then about 20 minutes later Melanie realized that she was being followed. ...read more.


Hearing this Melanie was delighted and agreed, as she expected her new uncle's story to true. The men then walked her to the main road where there was a pristine black Mercedes Benz, parked on the road, waiting for the gentlemen. The ogre that was now standing to Melanie's left (the one not to have talked yet) escorted Melanie into the car and sat next to the other two got in at the front of the car, and drove off. When the car stopped, finally. Melanie got out. She found herself standing in a damp, rubbish filled alleyway. Her uncles escorted her towards a thick, rusty, steel door that looked as if it was bolted onto the hinges. It somehow opened from inside. And there stood another very built, "being", but this one was cloaked unlike Melanie's three uncles, who had worn rather expensive suits. The being took Melanie down a flight of stairs to a small damp cellar room and shoved her inside and locked the door, and thudded off. ...read more.


A certain amount of time had pasted and this guy was pleasuring Melanie in ways she never thought possible, he was exerting just enough force that was pleasurable, and his hand were still caressing her in way she never thought possible and the same time exciting her in way she never knew possible. Ten minutes had pasted since this 'man' had come into Melanie's room and made her enjoy herself more then since she awoke in the tube station, Melanie let out a final very loud, very deep groan, as he gave what he had left in him to her. He then got up after laying next to Melanie for a minute and got dressed and very quickly left for the cell door he knock once, and the door opened and walked through the door he took off the mask but kept the hood on so Melanie could not his face as he turned around to hand it to another large monstrosity which almost resembled her 'uncles'. The monstrosity then slid a tray of food into Melanie's cell and closed the door. ...read more.

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