ShotIt happens so fast. Too fast. One minute Phil's searching through the refrigerated drinks at the little gas station they've stopped at, trying to find a Vanilla Coke, and the next, Dan's tugging him down behind the rack of magazines, scrambling to hide from What?More Like This
"There's a guy," Dan hisses to him, grabbing Phil's wrist tightly to keep him from poking his head up to see, "With a gun. Robbing the store. Shh!"
Phil wants to tell him that he should 'shh', that he was the one talking and not him, but his throat is constricted with fear and he knows he shouldn't speak if he wants them to get out alive. He huddles closer to Dan instinctively, listening as the intruder's gruff voice fills the small convenience store, demanding for all the money the cashier's got. It's a young woman, no older than him, and Phil feels bad for her, wonders if she'll get out of this okay. In a fleeting moment of selfishness, he hopes she doesn't if it means he and Dan would. Better her
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Charlie was having a rough week.
It started with having to go on a business trip, which meant leaving Alex. Going away and leaving his beautiful boyfriend. His amazing hazel eyes, his crazy hair, Charlie couldn't stop thinking about him. It hadn't been an easy relationship, Alex wasn't ways the most faithful. But he had settled down! After a crazy tear-jerking year, Alex had finally promised to Charlie he would be his and only his. No one else in the picture anymore. And it had been great since then. They had been happy for two months now. It was beautiful.
Charlie didn't want to have to interrupt their wonderful relationship to leave. But if he wanted to keep his cushy job he had to go. So Charlie left with a tearful goodbye and the knowledge that he would be home in two weeks.
But that had changed.
Charlie was lucky, he got to come home a whole week early. He got to see Alex again! Charlie was literally bursting with excitement. The cab pulled