Don’t go…

 

“… and after that, I was back on the road. It was pissing it down with rain, you couldn’t see further than two spaces in front of you from the darkness as it was, so having water splash across your windscreen doesn’t exactly please you. That was when it happened, the car slid off to the side of the road. No-one else knew what was happening. I saw the light, for God’s sake.” I pause, looking at Taylor.

“You… You thought you were going to die?” Taylor replies, their eyes glaring motionless back into mine, allowing for me to clearly see a still reflection of myself.

“Oh, Lord no! The light was from the gas station, we were just running low.”

Badum tish.

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