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Misjudging An Act.

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Misjudging An Act It was a cold bitter murky night, the lights of the tall, dull, characterless lamp posts was reflecting off of my front windscreen infiltrating a distraction creating an inconspicuous vision of the road in front of me. It was the time of Micheal Jackson's first single hit (Thriller) 1986. I had Thriller playing loud and clear in my car causing a rumbling effect beneath my seat, as the vibrations of the speakers were extremely loud. I was approximately 25 minutes from home, I wanted to reach home before Eastenders started rumour has it that in today's episode Phil is going to be shot by an anonymous murderer. I sustained my drive along highway D34, rush hour had just past so I had a steady drive home. Suddenly thunder had struck, people closed their windows and curtains, there was a roar of tongues from the people who were outside facing the thunderous weather searching for victory against nature, the rain hit my car like silver crashing to the ground. I came off the highway and approached a narrow road, I opened my window and I could smell a unsatisfying smell elevating from the gutters, as I closed my window I caught a glimpse of a stray car in my rear view mirror with its head lights on full beam. ...read more.


I mistreated that inducement and pursued to follow this car, I turned a blind eye as a bird fluttered directly past my front window causing it to grasp my concentration and as a result the car I had been following for an enormous amount of time had vanished. I turned back to approach at the dilemma, as I was an imperative witness, I assumed my presence was crucial. I gradually strolled over to the police officer petrified of he's answer and deep down I was extremely abashed. My heart must have been pounding faster then my cars maximum speed. I comforted myself using meditation skills that I had picked up in a course last year and it's not till now I have realised how worthy and valuable the course was. I briefly explained my side of the story to one of the nearby officers and after 10 minutes of discussion he replied " We have to stick to our rules and regulations and wait for a statement from any other witness until we are able to track the assassin down". I thought to myself if the assassin were standing right next to them they would most likely ingeniously ignore them and follow formalities ignoring the assassins presence. ...read more.


what she is saying is true then she is innocent, I replied "Have you any evidential evidence or support to back up your theory" She replied "Yes my dear of course my husband lay inside on our cream luxurious couch" I followed the blonde beautiful lady into the house and I saw her husband, he lay on the couch sleeping like Kobe's volcano was inactive. I knew it was the same man because of he's revolting scar under the tip of he's nose. I left the house telling the blonde haired lady to phone the police and keep them aware of your story. I left the house with no Assassins, but I have accomplished my mission by finding the Assassins. Who ever said a woman is a man's weak point, the only weak point I have is a McDonald's burger. Think for a minute can you imagine a burger? Big, Juicy, Humongous, Delectable, beefy, Pre-fried burger, waiting for you to take the first bite opening your mouth as wide as the Pacific Ocean using the intense strength of your jaws to bite into the burger with maximum pressure. The burgers poison purifies your flesh using the sum of evil, your perpetual kindred love cannot resist the temptations of the burger. Can you imagine it? ...read more.

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