An Abduction Fit for a MartianAND IT WASN'T STOPPING!An Abduction Fit for a Martian1 year ago in Writing More Like This
Without a second thought, Paul bolted from the shower in a panicked frenzy: out of the room, along the corridor, and down the two flights of stairs to the lobby. All the while savagely scratching his leg, thinking, and screaming:
This can't be happening!
What do I do!?
"GET THIS BLOODY THING OFF ME!"
hospital? Hospital! ok!
Skidding to a halt at the front desk, he lunged over it, grabbed the concierge by her jacket, and roared:
"WHERE'S THE NEAREST HOSPITAL?"
"Calm down sir, what..."
"WHERE THE FFF-UCK IS THE NEAREST HOSPITAL!" Inadvertently spraying spittle all over her face.
"R-r-right ar-r-round th-the corner sir, Th-The College Hospital"
He released her and continued his mad dash for aid; Sprinting across the marble floors, rushing past the alarmed residents, and finally bursting out the front doors of his hotel in Highgate... Only to slam into something so hard, it must have been concr
It stains, It harmsIt wasn't until later, in his room, that Paul found the little vomit stain on his trousers.It stains, It harms1 year ago in Writing More Like This
"Dammit!" He thought.
As if it wasn't bad enough that his train ride had been spent pinned under the weight of the spazzing redhead, the man had also left a sickening souvenir to remember him by: a bile coloured stain about the size of a thumbprint.
Still, Paul was too tired to deal with it now. So he took off his pants and shirt as he moved to collapse onto the bed of his suite. Hmph! and what a "suite" it was. The rotten cherry atop an already ruined cake. There was barely enough room to manoeuvre onto the small bed, talk less of to do the unpacking he would have to do when he awoke.
"Maybe I should look into how much it would cost to upgrade..."
...and with that thought, Paul fell into a deep sleep.
But in the middle of the night, he awoke to a dull pain in his left thigh. His pillow drenched in sweat, and his forehead hot enough to fry an egg. He wasn't sure what was wrong with him, but what