One and a Half Minute Story

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
I don’t know what to say here. I’ve said everything important. Anyway, this is a really short story. Thanks to all of the people who gave feedback and constructive criticism! I hope I get more! Wow, I really did have something to say...

Submitted: June 01, 2016

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I pushed back from my desk, and stretched. The A/C was on too high, and I hardly had a story to write. I looked up at the white ceiling. It was really boring, and it didn’t give me any ideas, so I stopped looking. I looked back up to the computer, then to the keyboard, then to the desk. Holy crap, this desk is messy! I realized that I was going off topic, then looked back at the computer. Google Docs was open, but no actual documents were opened. Until I pressed the new document thingy.

I was feeling really tired and not very motivated, so I made a lame introduction. I cringed every time I reread it, but I was too lazy to fix it. I started the story, and decided to base it off of how bored I was. Nah, that’s too cliche. I wrote about me writing the story. I must be the story, I thought, and not just make it.

I was the story. By the third paragraph, I was really into it. I felt a weird feeling, but I was on too much of a roll to acknowledge it. I started to get a fuzzy feeling, and my sight fazed out.

Everything was back to normal. Until in half a second I fell down because my chair wasn’t there. And neither was the keyboard. Or the desk. Or the computer. I was in I totally white room. After another glance around the room, I realized that is was a completely open space, and it was cold and dry. There was one window, and it was huge. I looked out of it. I saw a giant empty chair, a giant keyboard, and a giant desk. Then I realized something. I checked my surroundings a second time. The walls were grey. I looked down. The floor was a blue bar with a windows logo on my right, and a a couple more logos, and finally, a Google Chrom logo, that had an indication that it was open. I looked up. I knew that I was in google docs by that point, but I saw that booksie was open. Then the cursor copied all of the words above my head that I was deciding to ignore. They copied it, then went to booksie. I looked out the window. No one was there. But the cursor was moving! I nopticed that this was a problem. No, seriously. Help me HELP!! I DON’T WANT TO BE STUCK IN BOOKSIE FOREVER!!! HELP ME!!!!! PLEASE!!!!! SOMEONE GET ME OUT OF HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERE! NO! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?? DON’T PRESS MUTE!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO...

 



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