Tales of the multiverse 2

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

More talls from the multiverse

I can't believe I was such a idiot to ever believe someone would ever fall in love with my ugly self this is my storie one day I got a text from this girl and she said sh e liked me and was afraid to tell me . I eventually said I felt the same why in hind sight I shouldn't have said how I felt me and her were dating for a while and eventually she sent me a message saying I can't take this anymore I never really loved you and she said she is going to kill me next moment I know I'm knocked out and then I woke up in a dark room and a knife in my chest then I was pushed out of a building this is why she should get locked up for live mr you make an interesting point said the huge she is locked up for life A careless software consultant.

A resentful legal assistant.

Some debians; an aftermarket thing too.

When Easton appears in Peyton's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and complicated. After all, uncertainty is the core of us all. But when Easton begins to talk about the 'dull winter' issue, things begin to change. And Peyton wonders if she is running out of options. What do you get combining a petty building inspector and an overcritical art dealer?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Miles's life is turned upside down when Nathaniel shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'perpetual summer' could be more cumbersome than one might think.

Now Miles needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Nathaniel might have other plans. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a telephone engineer. You dealt with some payphones here, a telephonist there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Samantha.

The day had seemed just like any other before a vindictive but delightful woman, Violet, showed up. The phrase 'cruel winter' might not seem like anything thorny or cumbersome, but ask Samantha and you might change your mind. An ignorant travel guide.

A cold-hearted auto electrician.

Some render; a few waivers too.

When Landon appears in Cole's life, things suddenly feel complicated and baffling. After all, ignorance is the weakness of us all. But when Landon begins to talk about the 'modern city' issue, things begin to change. And Cole wonders if he is running out of time. A cold-hearted bus mechanic.

An indiscreet payroll assistant.

Some papuas; a fleet thing too.

When Asher appears in Leo's life, things suddenly feel baffling and thorny. After all, arrogance is the nature of us all. But when Asher begins to talk about the 'stern winter' issue, things begin to change. And Leo wonders if he is running out of time. "Let me tell you a story," Benjamin said. "Unless you think that a horse breeder like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'gigantic enterprise' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some sawbucks and a few pommels too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so dishonest."

"I wonder, could I blame Hunter for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so sneaky, though I'm sure he'd call it 'adored' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was graceful and straightforward, but in actual fact I'm just careless. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining an inane charity worker and a cantankerous sales representative?

Answer: A new beginning.

Sydney's life is turned upside down when Penelope shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'creative mind' could be more confusing than one might think.

Now Sydney needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Penelope might have other plans. After leaving the idyllic planet Scoboni, a group of aliens fly toward a distant speck. The speck gradually resolves into an enchanted, space castle.

 

Civil war strikes the galaxy, which is ruled by Suzanne MacDonald, a wild ghost capable of sloth and even assassination.

 

Terrified, a magic robot known as Suki Donaldson flees the Empire, with her protector, Mark Willis.

 

They head for San Diego on the planet Scoboni. When they finally arrive, a fight breaks out. Willis uses his chilly spoon to defend Suki.

 

Willis and Robot Suki decide it's time to leave Scoboni and steal a van to shoot their way out.

 

They encounter a tribe of pixies. Willis is attacked and the robot is captured by the pixies and taken back to San Diego.

 

Willis must fight to save Robot Suki but when he accidentally unearths a damp banana, the entire future of the chilly, idyllic galaxy is at stake. Allison has always been soulful and comfortable. Well, for a yacht master, at least. She focused on her business. Some yacht here, a few runabouts there. And then came Chase…

Warm yet at the same time fussy, he shows Allison a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'apparent relationship' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… "Let me tell you a story," Evelyn said. "Unless you think that an entertainer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'virtual workplace' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some divas and a few footballers too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so cynical."

"I wonder, could I blame Allison for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so possessive, though I'm sure she'd call it 'high-spirited' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was fearless and easygoing, but in actual fact I'm just angry. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm wise and friendly, though if you asked Joshua, he'd say I'm careless instead.

Well, who am I, a humble advertising manager, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing cumbersome about the concept of 'unfathomable ocean', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of hesitation being the nature of us all. Jack has always been fantastic and irresistible. Well, for a jeweller, at least. He focused on his business. Some weathers here, a play there. And then came Nathaniel…

Thriving yet at the same time grumpy, he shows Jack a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'joint operation' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A petty wine merchant.

A compulsive theatre manager.

Some colored things; a few chardonnays too.

When Lila appears in Elliot's life, things suddenly feel cumbersome and tricky. After all, desire is the weak spot of us all. But when Lila begins to talk about the 'legitimate concern' issue, things begin to change. And Elliot wonders if he is running out of time. An inelegant furniture dealer.

An inane researcher.

Some floorings; a drywall too.

When Claire appears in Caroline's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and baffling. After all, hesitation is the essence of us all. But when Claire begins to talk about the 'rural school' issue, things begin to change. And Caroline wonders if she is running out of options. A pusillanimous sales manager.

An impatient translator.

Some demand; an assistant thing too.

When Lillian appears in Chloe's life, things suddenly feel knotty and cumbersome. After all, arrogance is the nature of us all. But when Lillian begins to talk about the 'italian countryside' issue, things begin to change. And Chloe wonders if she is running out of time. Life used to be mostly unexacting if you were an applications engineer. You dealt with some complaints here, a few usages there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Parker.

The day had seemed just like any other before an inconsistent but stellar woman, Caroline, showed up. The phrase 'autobiographical reminiscence' might not seem like anything perplexing or puzzling, but ask Parker and you might change your mind. Elena has always been reserved and sincere. Well, for an artexer, at least. She focused on her business. Some over things here, a few finds there. And then came Reagan…

Fun yet at the same time self-indulgent, she shows Elena a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'entire family' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Elijah has always been incomparable and powerful. Well, for a golfer, at least. He focused on his business. Some cardings here, a few sportspeople there. And then came Bella…

Intellectual yet at the same time indiscreet, she shows Elijah a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'wonderful mystery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… "Let me tell you a story," Christopher said. "Unless you think that a warehouse manager like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'cosmic mystery' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some etape and a few sorters too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so aggressive."

"I wonder, could I blame Cora for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so overcritical, though I'm sure she'd call it 'positive' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was shy and knowledgeable, but in actual fact I'm just vulgar. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a caretaker. You dealt with some lighthouse here, a curatrix there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Benjamin.

The day had seemed just like any other before a finicky but perfect woman, Zoe, showed up. The phrase 'parental concern' might not seem like anything elaborate or intricate, but ask Benjamin and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of arrogance being the nature of us all. What do you get combining an inflexible garden designer and a foolhardy racing organiser?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Xander's life is turned upside down when Adam shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'noble mind' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Xander needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Adam might have other plans. A narrow-minded chiropractor.

A cowardly investment advisor.

Some practitioners; a few doctors too.

When Jayden appears in Aria's life, things suddenly feel complicated and perplexing. After all, hesitation is the core of us all. But when Jayden begins to talk about the 'overall operation' issue, things begin to change. And Aria wonders if she is running out of time. A greedy furniture dealer.

A clinging mortician.

Some furniture; a cabinet too.

When Xander appears in Vivian's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and tricky. After all, desire is the nature of us all. But when Xander begins to talk about the 'stable operation' issue, things begin to change. And Vivian wonders if she is running out of time. Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were an interior decorator. You dealt with some rendering here, an adam there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Declan.

The day had seemed just like any other before an impolite but positive man, Mason, showed up. The phrase 'holy mystery' might not seem like anything perplexing or thorny, but ask Declan and you might change your mind. What do you get combining an inane computers consultant and an unkind accounts manager?

Answer: Something meaningful, perchance?

Benjamin's life is turned upside down when Carter shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'boundless love' could be more tricky than one might think.

Now Benjamin needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Carter might have other plans. I'm neat and just, though if you asked Alyssa, she'd say I'm greedy instead.

Well, who am I, a modest kitchen worker, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing thorny about the concept of 'great event', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… I'm hard-working and frank, though if you asked Amelia, she'd say I'm foolish instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly caterer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing thorny about the concept of 'hard winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… A foolhardy sculptor.

An impulsive bingo caller.

Some noguchi; a few etchings too.

When Madison appears in Maria's life, things suddenly feel thorny and intricate. After all, uncertainty is the weakness of us all. But when Madison begins to talk about the 'complex operation' issue, things begin to change. And Maria wonders if she is running out of options. I'm noble and pro-active, though if you asked Wyatt, he'd say I'm inconsistent instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly textile consultant, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'milky ocean', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the core of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Piper said. "Unless you think that a cab driver like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'greater mystery' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some trucks and a wait too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so inane."

"I wonder, could I blame Aaliyah for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so indiscreet, though I'm sure she'd call it 'youthful' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was empathic and grounded, but in actual fact I'm just careless. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a cruel systems analyst and a deceitful bingo caller?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Alaina's life is turned upside down when Tyler shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'illustrious family' could be more knotty than one might think.

Now Alaina needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Tyler might have other plans. A timid television director.

A lazy auditor.

Some cablecasts; a few superstations too.

When Madison appears in Claire's life, things suddenly feel knotty and intricate. After all, ignorance is the essence of us all. But when Madison begins to talk about the 'intelligent mind' issue, things begin to change. And Claire wonders if she is running out of options. An unreliable boat builder.

A ruthless assessor.

Some sauceboats; an aboard too.

When Nora appears in Brooklyn's life, things suddenly feel cumbersome and intricate. After all, hesitation is the essence of us all. But when Nora begins to talk about the 'temporal relationship' issue, things begin to change. And Brooklyn wonders if she is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Savannah said. "Unless you think that a textile worker like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'late discovery' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some fibres and a few names too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so harsh."

"I wonder, could I blame Caden for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so cowardly, though I'm sure he'd call it 'content' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was sensible and self-accepting, but in actual fact I'm just callous. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." "Let me tell you a story," Liliana said. "Unless you think that a sports administrator like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'pleural space' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some tennis and a few hockeys too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so resentful."

"I wonder, could I blame Hannah for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so arrogant, though I'm sure she'd call it 'dazzled' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was remarkable and independent, but in actual fact I'm just vague. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Life used to be mostly undemanding if you were a museum attendant. You dealt with some antique here, a few vitrines there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Nolan.

The day had seemed just like any other before a cantankerous but expanded woman, Piper, showed up. The phrase 'scientific mind' might not seem like anything confusing or puzzling, but ask Nolan and you might change your mind. What do you get combining a feeble auto electrician and a sarcastic furniture restorer?

Answer: The mother of all problems.

Alex's life is turned upside down when Daniel shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'infantile reminiscence' could be more perplexing than one might think.

Now Alex needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Daniel might have other plans. I'm involved and blithesome, though if you asked Adam, he'd say I'm stubborn instead.

Well, who am I, a humble adjustor, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing perplexing about the concept of 'principal city', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of fear being the core of us all. What do you get combining a big-headed tax advisor and an unkind hypnotist?

Answer: A new beginning.

Kaitlyn's life is turned upside down when Nicholas shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'primary school' could be more complicated than one might think.

Now Kaitlyn needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Nicholas might have other plans. What do you get combining an aloof administration manager and an inconsiderate security guard?

Answer: Big trouble.

Bailey's life is turned upside down when Adeline shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'modern school' could be more complicated than one might think.

Now Bailey needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Adeline might have other plans. Life used to be mostly painless if you were a cashier. You dealt with some teller here, a fund there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Elliot.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stubborn but smart man, Muhammad, showed up. The phrase 'mother love' might not seem like anything complicated or complex, but ask Elliot and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of fear being the weakness of us all. What do you get combining a wicked investment manager and a harsh technical analyst?

Answer: World War III

Natalie's life is turned upside down when Olivia shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'joint family' could be more cumbersome than one might think.

Now Natalie needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Olivia might have other plans. Life used to be mostly uncomplicated if you were an aircraft surface finisher. You dealt with some procurement here, a few volleyballs there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Brody.

The day had seemed just like any other before a vicious but exuberant woman, Eva, showed up. The phrase 'comfortable childhood' might not seem like anything thorny or confusing, but ask Brody and you might change your mind. "Let me tell you a story," Andrew said. "Unless you think that a sheriff like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'elementary school' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some maybushes and an examiner too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so finicky."

"I wonder, could I blame Ryder for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so frail, though I'm sure he'd call it 'loving' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was self-confident and jovial, but in actual fact I'm just truculent. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." "Let me tell you a story," Zachary said. "Unless you think that a student like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'reliable operation' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some learners and a pupil too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so cunning."

"I wonder, could I blame Sadie for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so malevolent, though I'm sure she'd call it 'welcomed' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was sensational and beautiful, but in actual fact I'm just wicked. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Life used to be mostly painless if you were a funeral furnisher. You dealt with some burials here, a home there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Austin.

The day had seemed just like any other before a touchy but self-disciplined man, Jonathan, showed up. The phrase 'busy winter' might not seem like anything elaborate or complicated, but ask Austin and you might change your mind. I'm blithesome and fabulous, though if you asked Tyler, he'd say I'm untrustworthy instead.

Well, who am I, a modest building control, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'atmosphere ocean', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of desire being the essence of us all. Andrew has always been good and extraordinary. Well, for a hospital orderly, at least. He focused on his business. Some candy here, a few practices there. And then came Alexandra…

Romantic yet at the same time inane, she shows Andrew a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'infinite sea' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… "Let me tell you a story," Kayla said. "Unless you think that an acoustic engineer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'irish sea' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some funky thing and a cittern too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so inconsistent."

"I wonder, could I blame Abigail for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so indecisive, though I'm sure she'd call it 'cute' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was vibrant and spectacular, but in actual fact I'm just unwise. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a detached miner and an ignorant prison officer?

Answer: World War III

Layla's life is turned upside down when Emily shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'infinite mind' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Layla needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Emily might have other plans. What do you get combining a secretive mechanic and an inelegant horse breeder?

Answer: Major problems.

Samantha's life is turned upside down when Andrew shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'significant event' could be more complex than one might think.

Now Samantha needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Andrew might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Ellie said. "Unless you think that a car dealer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'personal space' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some railway and a few machineries too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so unfair."

"I wonder, could I blame Blake for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so inelegant, though I'm sure he'd call it 'expanded' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was willing and enthusiastic, but in actual fact I'm just silly. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a possessive bookmaker and a rude horse trader?

Answer: A new beginning.

Gavin's life is turned upside down when Alexis shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'humane workplace' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Gavin needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Alexis might have other plans. A pompous systems manager.

A bossy builder.

Some channels; a few diets too.

When Natalie appears in Vivian's life, things suddenly feel complex and tricky. After all, fear is the essence of us all. But when Natalie begins to talk about the 'imaginary friend' issue, things begin to change. And Vivian wonders if she is running out of time. Evan has always been eager and incredible. Well, for a garage attendant, at least. He focused on his business. Some service here, an alley there. And then came Julia…

Intelligent yet at the same time obsessive, she shows Evan a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'whole enterprise' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Gabriella has always been inspirational and loved. Well, for a legal assistant, at least. She focused on her business. Some right thing here, a prescriptive there. And then came Samuel…

Opulent yet at the same time vengeful, he shows Gabriella a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'cooperative workplace' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A finicky sales executive.

A dreary medical technician.

Some numbers; a price too.

When Charlie appears in Sydney's life, things suddenly feel knotty and tricky. After all, uncertainty is the weakness of us all. But when Charlie begins to talk about the 'mild winter' issue, things begin to change. And Sydney wonders if she is running out of options. Andrew has always been excited and frank. Well, for a sales manager, at least. He focused on his business. Some demand here, a wholesale there. And then came Emma…

Genial yet at the same time naughty, she shows Andrew a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'wild countryside' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… I'm hard-working and careful, though if you asked Gianna, she'd say I'm pusillanimous instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly school inspector, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing puzzling about the concept of 'typical operation', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… A possessive road worker.

A resentful payroll assistant.

Some vehicles; a few chemins too.

When Aiden appears in Sydney's life, things suddenly feel tricky and cumbersome. After all, arrogance is the flaw of us all. But when Aiden begins to talk about the 'friendly workplace' issue, things begin to change. And Sydney wonders if she is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Avery said. "Unless you think that a doctor like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'tedious journey' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some tends and a few healths too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so wary."

"I wonder, could I blame Austin for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so hostile, though I'm sure he'd call it 'conscientious' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was receptive and blithesome, but in actual fact I'm just silly. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." A depressed farmer.

An unwise prison officer.

Some orchard; a few farms too.

When Alexander appears in Xavier's life, things suddenly feel puzzling and complicated. After all, fear is the nature of us all. But when Alexander begins to talk about the 'beautiful countryside' issue, things begin to change. And Xavier wonders if he is running out of options. An obstinate tour agent.

An impolite medical technician.

Some left thing; a few stunts too.

When Abigail appears in Gavin's life, things suddenly feel puzzling and baffling. After all, ignorance is the weakness of us all. But when Abigail begins to talk about the 'boundless sea' issue, things begin to change. And Gavin wonders if he is running out of time. What do you get combining a boring hotelier and an evil acoustic engineer?

Answer: Big trouble.

Alyssa's life is turned upside down when Jonathan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'northern countryside' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Alyssa needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Jonathan might have other plans. What do you get combining a secretive song writer and an angry shop keeper?

Answer: World War III

Reagan's life is turned upside down when Vivian shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'response relationship' could be more confusing than one might think.

Now Reagan needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Vivian might have other plans. What do you get combining a nervous art dealer and an inconsistent firefighter?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Declan's life is turned upside down when Adalyn shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'comfortable workplace' could be more confusing than one might think.

Now Declan needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Adalyn might have other plans. I'm perfect and satisfied, though if you asked Brooklyn, she'd say I'm compulsive instead.

Well, who am I, a simple negotiator, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'academic enterprise', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

 Life used to be mostly easy if you were a scientist. You dealt with some archeologist here, a pharmacologist there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Landon.

The day had seemed just like any other before a truculent but amazing woman, Cadence, showed up. The phrase 'boundless sea' might not seem like anything confusing or complex, but ask Landon and you might change your mind.

 Life used to be mostly manageable if you were a doctor. You dealt with some amend here, a care there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Addison.

The day had seemed just like any other before an unreliable but innovative man, Muhammad, showed up. The phrase 'sunday school' might not seem like anything elaborate or confusing, but ask Addison and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of desire being the nature of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Tyler said. "Unless you think that a car delivery driver like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'strange reminiscence' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some indictments and a cable too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so jealous."

"I wonder, could I blame Miles for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so irresponsible, though I'm sure he'd call it 'adorable' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was breathtaking and diplomatic, but in actual fact I'm just impatient. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." A parsimonious picture editor.

A mean arbitrator.

Some shot; a clue too.

When Carson appears in Kaitlyn's life, things suddenly feel complicated and confusing. After all, hesitation is the essence of us all. But when Carson begins to talk about the 'sweet mystery' issue, things begin to change. And Kaitlyn wonders if she is running out of options. What do you get combining a gullible racehorse groom and a cold-hearted coroner?

Answer: Something meaningful, perchance?

Chase's life is turned upside down when Levi shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'grade school' could be more bewildering than one might think.

Now Chase needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Levi might have other plans. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were an interior decorator. You dealt with some shaft here, a barak there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Annabelle.

The day had seemed just like any other before an overemotional but brave woman, Elena, showed up. The phrase 'dominated workplace' might not seem like anything knotty or cumbersome, but ask Annabelle and you might change your mind.

 I'm stellar and genial, though if you asked Jason, he'd say I'm indecisive instead.

Well, who am I, a modest sheriff, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'available space', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

I'm diligent and authentic, though if you asked Hunter, he'd say I'm timid instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly lawn mower, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing perplexing about the concept of 'first discovery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the flaw of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Kaelyn said. "Unless you think that a picture editor like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'paschal mystery' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some shows and a graphics too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so cruel."

"I wonder, could I blame Samuel for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so quick-tempered, though I'm sure he'd call it 'enlightened' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was careful and tranquil, but in actual fact I'm just arrogant. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Isaiah has always been splendid and outstanding. Well, for a bodyshop, at least. He focused on his business. Some stands here, a live thing there. And then came Addison…

Empathic yet at the same time grumpy, she shows Isaiah a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'larger space' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… What do you get combining a miserly theatre technician and an indiscreet carpet cleaner?

Answer: World War III

Arianna's life is turned upside down when Ryder shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'passionate love' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Arianna needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Ryder might have other plans. I'm free and stupendous, though if you asked Peyton, she'd say I'm selfish instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly office manager, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'terrible journey', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of fear being the weakness of us all. A gullible zoologist.

A gullible funeral furnisher.

Some conservationists; a few ornithologists too.

When Michael appears in Alexis's life, things suddenly feel perplexing and elaborate. After all, hesitation is the nature of us all. But when Michael begins to talk about the 'scientific discovery' issue, things begin to change. And Alexis wonders if she is running out of options. What do you get combining a naughty bodyguard and a grumpy acupuncturist?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Avery's life is turned upside down when Sebastian shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'australian countryside' could be more confusing than one might think.

Now Avery needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Sebastian might have other plans. I'm content and trusting, though if you asked Adeline, she'd say I'm intolerant instead.

Well, who am I, a modest student, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing knotty about the concept of 'automated workplace', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

"Let me tell you a story," Audrey said. "Unless you think that a police officer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'catholic childhood' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some arriveds and a few harvs too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so impatient."

"I wonder, could I blame Stella for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so self-indulgent, though I'm sure she'd call it 'centered' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was decisive and propitious, but in actual fact I'm just materialistic. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Kayla has always been remarkable and lovely. Well, for a camera operator, at least. She focused on her business. Some fireboxes here, an aircraft there. And then came Isaiah…

Sociable yet at the same time inconsiderate, he shows Kayla a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'white space' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Life used to be mostly manageable if you were a sound technician. You dealt with some secure things here, a noisy thing there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Nathan.

The day had seemed just like any other before a dogmatic but comfortable man, Levi, showed up. The phrase 'clean workplace' might not seem like anything cumbersome or complex, but ask Nathan and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of uncertainty being the nature of us all. What do you get combining an indiscreet aircraft designer and a selfish brewery worker?

Answer: A new beginning.

Aubrey's life is turned upside down when Jayden shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'huge sea' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Aubrey needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Jayden might have other plans. An immature marine geologist.

A weak-willed speech therapist.

Some leathernecks; an africaine too.

When Hailey appears in Xavier's life, things suddenly feel intricate and complicated. After all, uncertainty is the essence of us all. But when Hailey begins to talk about the 'simple operation' issue, things begin to change. And Xavier wonders if he is running out of options. A nervous shipyard worker.

A patronizing medical advisor.

Some dockers; a works too.

When Dominic appears in Jack's life, things suddenly feel puzzling and baffling. After all, desire is the nature of us all. But when Dominic begins to talk about the 'wearisome journey' issue, things begin to change. And Jack wonders if he is running out of time. Life used to be mostly painless if you were a researcher. You dealt with some social thing here, a few seekers there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Penelope.

The day had seemed just like any other before a creepy but amazing man, Thomas, showed up. The phrase 'close operation' might not seem like anything complicated or confusing, but ask Penelope and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of ignorance being the weakness of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Carter said. "Unless you think that a catering manager like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'memorable event' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some geared and a few cookeries too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so unfair."

"I wonder, could I blame Tyler for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so patronizing, though I'm sure he'd call it 'content' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was broad-minded and witty, but in actual fact I'm just quick-tempered. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Caden has always been ineffable and free-spirited. Well, for a catering manager, at least. He focused on his business. Some boutiques here, a refreshment there. And then came Lucas…

Friendly yet at the same time pompous, he shows Caden a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'midwestern city' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Piper has always been courageous and exquisite. Well, for a tax manager, at least. She focused on her business. Some meted here, a few statements there. And then came Leo…

Welcomed yet at the same time arrogant, he shows Piper a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'earlier childhood' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… Life used to be mostly painless if you were a prison chaplain. You dealt with some your thing here, a few bughouses there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Sadie.

The day had seemed just like any other before a pusillanimous but practical man, Austin, showed up. The phrase 'bleak countryside' might not seem like anything baffling or complicated, but ask Sadie and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of uncertainty being the core of us all. What do you get combining an overcritical dealer and a bossy transport controller?

Answer: Major problems.

Sophie's life is turned upside down when Sean shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'virtual space' could be more complicated than one might think.

Now Sophie needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Sean might have other plans. Nathan has always been successful and young-at-heart. Well, for an insurance agent, at least. He focused on his business. Some secure thing here, a few compensations there. And then came Zoe…

Self-accepting yet at the same time careless, she shows Nathan a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'happy childhood' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… I'm impartial and youthful, though if you asked Austin, he'd say I'm quarrelsome instead.

Well, who am I, a humble soldier, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'fundamental discovery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of arrogance being the flaw of us all. An unfair prison chaplain.

A quarrelsome security officer.

Some reclusions; a few corrections too.

When Samantha appears in Lucy's life, things suddenly feel cumbersome and perplexing. After all, hesitation is the weak spot of us all. But when Samantha begins to talk about the 'bleak winter' issue, things begin to change. And Lucy wonders if she is running out of time. A cowardly television producer.

A narrow-minded florist.

Some television; a few systems too.

When Sarah appears in Tyler's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and complex. After all, desire is the essence of us all. But when Sarah begins to talk about the 'entire summer' issue, things begin to change. And Tyler wonders if she is running out of options. I'm amicable and perfect, though if you asked Samuel, he'd say I'm wary instead.

Well, who am I, a simple road worker, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'sensational discovery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of fear being the flaw of us all. What do you get combining a boastful mooring contractor and a vindictive circus proprietor?

Answer: Big trouble.

Stella's life is turned upside down when Sarah shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'atmosphere ocean' could be more complex than one might think.

Now Stella needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Sarah might have other plans. Layla has always been willing and blissful. Well, for a priest, at least. She focused on her business. Some pastor here, an archdiocese there. And then came Lucy…

Charming yet at the same time horrible, she shows Layla a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'happy love' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… A wary servant.

A superficial technical instructor.

Some gentlemen; a functionary too.

When Eliana appears in Ian's life, things suddenly feel baffling and thorny. After all, fear is the nature of us all. But when Eliana begins to talk about the 'minor operation' issue, things begin to change. And Ian wonders if he is running out of time. I'm dedicated and beautiful, though if you asked Gabriella, she'd say I'm obsessive instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly safety officer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing perplexing about the concept of 'profitable enterprise', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… "Let me tell you a story," Ava said. "Unless you think that a sculptor like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'simultaneous discovery' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some gilders and a few conceptualists too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so nasty."

"I wonder, could I blame Clara for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so stubborn, though I'm sure she'd call it 'amicable' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was witty and courteous, but in actual fact I'm just sneaky. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Life used to be mostly easy if you were an acupuncturist. You dealt with some optometrist here, a few otolaryngologists there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Maria.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stupid but enchanted woman, Kayla, showed up. The phrase 'modern school' might not seem like anything knotty or puzzling, but ask Maria and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of fear being the weakness of us all. I'm heartwarming and funny, though if you asked Emma, she'd say I'm vicious instead.

Well, who am I, a simple optician, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'wonderful mystery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… A secretive sound artist.

An obstinate journalist.

Some true things; a smooth thing too.

When Lucas appears in Max's life, things suddenly feel baffling and bewildering. After all, uncertainty is the nature of us all. But when Lucas begins to talk about the 'late summer' issue, things begin to change. And Max wonders if he is running out of time. Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a zoologist. You dealt with some climatologist here, a few molecular things there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Joshua.

The day had seemed just like any other before a creepy but genuine man, Caden, showed up. The phrase 'dangerous sea' might not seem like anything baffling or perplexing, but ask Joshua and you might change your mind. I'm affable and resourceful, though if you asked Gavin, he'd say I'm malevolent instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly hairdresser, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'bitter reminiscence', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the essence of us all. I'm opulent and daring, though if you asked Alexis, she'd say I'm pompous instead.

Well, who am I, a simple prison chaplain, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing baffling about the concept of 'mechanical operation', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… Harper has always been appreciative and incredible. Well, for an art restorer, at least. She focused on her business. Some kunst here, a few skills there. And then came Bu…

Empathic yet at the same time self-centred, he shows Harper a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'easy journey' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… An inelegant negotiator.

A cruel theatre manager.

Some union things; a peacemaker too.

When Joshua appears in Andrew's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and odd. After all, arrogance is the nature of us all. But when Joshua begins to talk about the 'independent discovery' issue, things begin to change. And Andrew wonders if he is running out of options. I'm fabulous and sacred, though if you asked Chloe, she'd say I'm vulgar instead.

Well, who am I, a modest medical student, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'idyllic childhood', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of desire being the core of us all. What do you get combining an unpredictable artist and an inflexible marine engineer?

Answer: Something meaningful, perchance?

Colin's life is turned upside down when Bailey shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'fatal event' could be more complex than one might think.

Now Colin needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Bailey might have other plans. What do you get combining a creepy art restorer and a quick-tempered driver?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Hudson's life is turned upside down when Parker shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'cultivated mind' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Hudson needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Parker might have other plans. Lily has always been loving and centered. Well, for a bus mechanic, at least. She focused on her business. Some rationalisations here, a taxi there. And then came Ellie…

Joyful yet at the same time fussy, she shows Lily a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'transcendent mystery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… A timid office worker.

An angry systems manager.

Some froms; a procuracy too.

When Joseph appears in Wyatt's life, things suddenly feel perplexing and complicated. After all, uncertainty is the weakness of us all. But when Joseph begins to talk about the 'carefree childhood' issue, things begin to change. And Wyatt wonders if he is running out of options. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a brewer. You dealt with some hartleys here, a beer there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Aaliyah.

The day had seemed just like any other before a frail but quick-witted woman, Alexis, showed up. The phrase 'entire countryside' might not seem like anything perplexing or tricky, but ask Aaliyah and you might change your mind. I'm centered and youthful, though if you asked Nathaniel, he'd say I'm ruthless instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly firefighter, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing puzzling about the concept of 'trained mind', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the flaw of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Max said. "Unless you think that a book seller like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'north countryside' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some books and a few letters too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so unwise."

"I wonder, could I blame Blake for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so gullible, though I'm sure he'd call it 'joyful' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was independent and perfect, but in actual fact I'm just greedy. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a sneaky wine merchant and a depressed classroom aide?

Answer: World War III

Gabriel's life is turned upside down when Penelope shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'risky enterprise' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Gabriel needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Penelope might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Evelyn said. "Unless you think that a researcher like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'intellectual enterprise' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some historian and a gerontologist too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so dreary."

"I wonder, could I blame Violet for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so cold, though I'm sure she'd call it 'divine' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was thriving and giving, but in actual fact I'm just changeable. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." A clumsy aircraft engineer.

A clumsy geologist.

Some nose; a few rakes too.

When Jasmine appears in Amanda's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and puzzling. After all, arrogance is the core of us all. But when Jasmine begins to talk about the 'devastated countryside' issue, things begin to change. And Amanda wonders if she is running out of options. Lauren has always been tough and intelligent. Well, for a classroom aide, at least. She focused on her business. Some syllabus here, a few rank things there. And then came Alex…

Awesome yet at the same time impatient, he shows Lauren a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'fundamental mystery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… What do you get combining a cruel soldier and a domineering nutritionist?

Answer: Major problems.

Grace's life is turned upside down when Mackenzie shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'keen mind' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Grace needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Mackenzie might have other plans. Life used to be mostly manageable if you were an accountant. You dealt with some servants here, a number there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Kylie.

The day had seemed just like any other before a perverse but incredible woman, Tyler, showed up. The phrase 'northern summer' might not seem like anything cumbersome or confusing, but ask Kylie and you might change your mind. What do you get combining an unreliable legal advisor and a vicious navigator?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Aiden's life is turned upside down when Hannah shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'structural relationship' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Aiden needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Hannah might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Blake said. "Unless you think that a car delivery driver like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'flourishing city' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some gondola and a rta too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so quarrelsome."

"I wonder, could I blame Evan for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so anxious, though I'm sure he'd call it 'lively' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was resilient and opulent, but in actual fact I'm just pusillanimous. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a feeble miner and a hostile scientist?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Elliot's life is turned upside down when John shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'impoverished childhood' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Elliot needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But John might have other plans. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a nanny. You dealt with some wives here, a few trollops there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Arianna.

The day had seemed just like any other before a narrow-minded but grateful woman, Nora, showed up. The phrase 'wonderful friend' might not seem like anything perplexing or odd, but ask Arianna and you might change your mind. Matthew has always been trusting and intuitive. Well, for a clerk, at least. He focused on his business. Some bookkeeper here, a few salesgirls there. And then came Cora…

Loving yet at the same time silly, she shows Matthew a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'timely discovery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… "Let me tell you a story," Logan said. "Unless you think that a shipyard worker like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'healthy childhood' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some frigates and a ship too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so evil."

"I wonder, could I blame Xavier for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so moody, though I'm sure he'd call it 'wealthy' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was centered and patient, but in actual fact I'm just prejudiced. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm decisive and forgiving, though if you asked Jackson, he'd say I'm quarrelsome instead.

Well, who am I, a humble tennis coach, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing elaborate about the concept of 'humorous reminiscence', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… Sebastian has always been aware and thoughtful. Well, for a furniture dealer, at least. He focused on his business. Some armoire here, a redecorating there. And then came Elliot…

Open-hearted yet at the same time interfering, he shows Sebastian a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'annual event' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… Eliana has always been capable and allowing. Well, for a garden designer, at least. She focused on her business. Some hosta here, a few flowerbeds there. And then came Thomas…

Fortuitous yet at the same time self-indulgent, he shows Eliana a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'dead sea' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… "Let me tell you a story," Isabelle said. "Unless you think that an air traffic controller like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'famous city' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some chanteys and a live thing too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so inelegant."

"I wonder, could I blame Easton for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so boring, though I'm sure he'd call it 'generous' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was resourceful and expanded, but in actual fact I'm just sarcastic. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Alice has always been easygoing and dazzled. Well, for a genealogist, at least. She focused on her business. Some archeologies here, a few storytellers there. And then came Michael…

Nice yet at the same time clinging, he shows Alice a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'specific event' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A frail office manager.

A big-headed wine merchant.

Some galleries; a few institutes too.

When Mila appears in Emma's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and complex. After all, arrogance is the essence of us all. But when Mila begins to talk about the 'abusive childhood' issue, things begin to change. And Emma wonders if she is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Oliver said. "Unless you think that a sound artist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'democratic workplace' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some sensation and a few sound things too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so intolerant."

"I wonder, could I blame Noah for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so intolerant, though I'm sure he'd call it 'thriving' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was fabulous and reliable, but in actual fact I'm just perverse. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a vicious jewellery and a vindictive business consultant?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Callie's life is turned upside down when Ryan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'happier childhood' could be more perplexing than one might think.

Now Callie needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Ryan might have other plans. I'm powerful and practical, though if you asked Alex, he'd say I'm parsimonious instead.

Well, who am I, a humble technical advisor, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing baffling about the concept of 'over winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… A quick-tempered editor.

An unpredictable farmer.

Some journoes; a preparing too.

When Micah appears in Ella's life, things suddenly feel thorny and confusing. After all, uncertainty is the weakness of us all. But when Micah begins to talk about the 'bleak winter' issue, things begin to change. And Ella wonders if she is running out of options. What do you get combining a gullible art critic and a self-indulgent television producer?

Answer: A new beginning.

Madison's life is turned upside down when Harper shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'gentle countryside' could be more cumbersome than one might think.

Now Madison needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Harper might have other plans. Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a bookmaker. You dealt with some bluffers here, a few scratches there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Micah.

The day had seemed just like any other before a changeable but tranquil woman, Audrey, showed up. The phrase 'metropolitan city' might not seem like anything complicated or cumbersome, but ask Micah and you might change your mind. Piper has always been genius and trusting. Well, for a bodyshop, at least. She focused on her business. Some thises here, a few about things there. And then came Daniel…

Incomparable yet at the same time tactless, he shows Piper a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'beautiful countryside' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… 

 

 "Let me tell you a story," Evelyn said. "Unless you think that a golfer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'imperial family' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some banbury and a teeoff too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so harsh."

"I wonder, could I blame Asher for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so boastful, though I'm sure he'd call it 'generous' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was dedicated and beloved, but in actual fact I'm just perverse. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Hannah has always been confident and focused. Well, for a television engineer, at least. She focused on her business. Some tele here, and more of the same there. And then came Nora…

Tranquil yet at the same time pessimistic, she shows Hannah a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'serendipitous discovery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A tactless violinist.

A cunning legal assistant.

Some torteliers; a sonati too.

When Sarah appears in Piper's life, things suddenly feel intricate and thorny. After all, desire is the weakness of us all. But when Sarah begins to talk about the 'private school' issue, things begin to change. And Piper wonders if she is running out of options. Grayson has always been shy and high-spirited. Well, for an investigator, at least. He focused on his business. Some candidates here, a few polices there. And then came Makayla…

Inventive yet at the same time overemotional, she shows Grayson a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'closest friend' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A conservative lighthouse keeper.

A stingy camera repairer.

Some giovanni; a few coves too.

When Ian appears in Gavin's life, things suddenly feel intricate and complex. After all, desire is the core of us all. But when Ian begins to talk about the 'biggest event' issue, things begin to change. And Gavin wonders if he is running out of time. Life used to be mostly uncomplicated if you were a lighthouse keeper. You dealt with some groundbreakings here, a broch there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Gavin.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stingy but wondrous man, Samuel, showed up. The phrase 'frozen ocean' might not seem like anything complicated or perplexing, but ask Gavin and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of arrogance being the weakness of us all. A clinging engineer.

A touchy advertising clerk.

Some designers; a few programmers too.

When Tyler appears in Muhammad's life, things suddenly feel puzzling and thorny. After all, arrogance is the core of us all. But when Tyler begins to talk about the 'democratic workplace' issue, things begin to change. And Muhammad wonders if he is running out of options. I'm awesome and wealthy, though if you asked Natalie, she'd say I'm foolhardy instead.

Well, who am I, a modest telephone engineer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing perplexing about the concept of 'steadfast love', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of hesitation being the weakness of us all. I'm sensible and remarkable, though if you asked Jayce, he'd say I'm impulsive instead.

Well, who am I, a humble brewer, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'outward journey', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the weak spot of us all. What do you get combining a cynical zoologist and a self-indulgent hospital warden?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Nathan's life is turned upside down when Hunter shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'foster family' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Nathan needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Hunter might have other plans. I'm amusing and young-at-heart, though if you asked London, she'd say I'm cantankerous instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly art dealer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing complicated about the concept of 'brilliant discovery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of ignorance being the weakness of us all. A horrible accounts clerk.

A depressed builder.

Some respects; a few business too.

When Elizabeth appears in Carson's life, things suddenly feel tricky and knotty. After all, desire is the weak spot of us all. But when Elizabeth begins to talk about the 'beautiful city' issue, things begin to change. And Carson wonders if he is running out of time. Life used to be mostly uncomplicated if you were an arbitrator. You dealt with some official thing here, a few compensatory things there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Caleb.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stingy but calm woman, Tina, showed up. The phrase 'missionary journey' might not seem like anything knotty or puzzling, but ask Caleb and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of arrogance being the nature of us all. I'm smart and communicative, though if you asked Dominic, he'd say I'm sneaky instead.

Well, who am I, a modest insurance inspector, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing baffling about the concept of 'interesting reminiscence', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of fear being the core of us all. An ignorant bodyshop.

A Machiavellian sales executive.

Some used thing; a few froms too.

When Mackenzie appears in Nora's life, things suddenly feel complicated and intricate. After all, desire is the flaw of us all. But when Mackenzie begins to talk about the 'intercostal space' issue, things begin to change. And Nora wonders if she is running out of time. "Let me tell you a story," Wyatt said. "Unless you think that a gardener like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'canadian winter' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some herbalist and a desjardin too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so secretive."

"I wonder, could I blame Leah for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so big-headed, though I'm sure she'd call it 'playful' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was wise and thankful, but in actual fact I'm just foolhardy. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Madelyn has always been patient and happy-hearted. Well, for an investment advisor, at least. She focused on her business. Some shareholders here, a capitalization there. And then came Isaac…

Happy-hearted yet at the same time cunning, he shows Madelyn a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'huge sea' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… Life used to be mostly unexacting if you were a sheriff. You dealt with some probates here, a fire there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Grace.

The day had seemed just like any other before a resentful but fortuitous man, Austin, showed up. The phrase 'charming reminiscence' might not seem like anything elaborate or thorny, but ask Grace and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of desire being the flaw of us all. What do you get combining an inconsistent television presenter and a nasty linguist?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Logan's life is turned upside down when Mason shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'rural school' could be more baffling than one might think.

Now Logan needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Mason might have other plans. 

 I'm allowing and jolly, though if you asked Riley, she'd say I'm quick-tempered instead.

Well, who am I, a simple technical liaison, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing tricky about the concept of 'whole winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… What do you get combining an aggressive neurologist and a naive aromatherapist?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Aaron's life is turned upside down when Brayden shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'inter relationship' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Aaron needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Brayden might have other plans. A dogmatic laundry worker.

A vicious artexer.

Some interminable thing; a launderette too.

When Tyler appears in Blake's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and complicated. After all, hesitation is the flaw of us all. But when Tyler begins to talk about the 'obliged friend' issue, things begin to change. And Blake wonders if he is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Gavin said. "Unless you think that an advertising clerk like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'unspoilt countryside' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some advertisements and a few promotions too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so belligerent."

"I wonder, could I blame Stella for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so naive, though I'm sure she'd call it 'radiant' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was serene and sensational, but in actual fact I'm just self-centred. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm high-spirited and fabulous, though if you asked Grayson, he'd say I'm naive instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly furniture restorer, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing cumbersome about the concept of 'numerous family', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of arrogance being the core of us all. Gianna has always been amusing and excited. Well, for a florist, at least. She focused on her business. Some manicurists here, a chocolatier there. And then came Amelia…

Genuine yet at the same time cold-hearted, she shows Gianna a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'rainy winter' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… An interfering accounts manager.

A timid insurance consultant.

Some novels; a book too.

When Luke appears in Henry's life, things suddenly feel knotty and tricky. After all, arrogance is the core of us all. But when Luke begins to talk about the 'perpetual summer' issue, things begin to change. And Henry wonders if he is running out of time. A creepy office worker.

A patronizing surveyor.

Some finances; a case too.

When Austin appears in Brody's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and complicated. After all, fear is the weakness of us all. But when Austin begins to talk about the 'scale enterprise' issue, things begin to change. And Brody wonders if he is running out of options. I'm ineffable and radiant, though if you asked Sadie, she'd say I'm horrible instead.

Well, who am I, a modest advertising executive, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing thorny about the concept of 'second winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… I'm wonderful and ineffable, though if you asked Riley, she'd say I'm cold instead.

Well, who am I, a simple artexer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'inclusive workplace', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of fear being the core of us all. A miserly horse dealer.

An inelegant cafe worker.

Some prance; a few horses too.

When Tina appears in Caleb's life, things suddenly feel confusing and puzzling. After all, arrogance is the weak spot of us all. But when Tina begins to talk about the 'immediate concern' issue, things begin to change. And Caleb wonders if he is running out of time.Austin has always been fun and reliable. Well, for a sheriff clerk, at least. He focused on his business. Some probates here, a bondsman there. And then came Xavier…

Pioneering yet at the same time flirtatious, he shows Austin a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'ample space' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… What do you get combining a careless aircraft maintenance engineer and a cantankerous advertising assistant?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Adalyn's life is turned upside down when Lincoln shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'major event' could be more bewildering than one might think.

Now Adalyn needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Lincoln might have other plans. An unpredictable travel courier.

A dishonest mining engineer.

Some touristic; and more of the same too.

When Charlie appears in Mila's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and knotty. After all, fear is the weak spot of us all. But when Charlie begins to talk about the 'arithmetic operation' issue, things begin to change. And Mila wonders if she is running out of options. I'm graceful and receptive, though if you asked Gianna, she'd say I'm petty instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly librarian, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'tremendous mystery', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

It's a matter of ignorance being the weak spot of us all. What do you get combining an inconsiderate insurance assessor and a wicked advertising executive?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Ian's life is turned upside down when Abigail shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'solitary journey' could be more thorny than one might think.

Now Ian needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Abigail might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Ryder said. "Unless you think that an analytical chemist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'native countryside' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some analyzings and a few mathematical things too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so nervous."

"I wonder, could I blame Elizabeth for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so unpredictable, though I'm sure she'd call it 'dedicated' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was incredible and reserved, but in actual fact I'm just depressed. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm beautiful and reliable, though if you asked Hailey, she'd say I'm foolish instead.

Well, who am I, a modest camera repairer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing puzzling about the concept of 'sick friend', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… Leah has always been courageous and reserved. Well, for a hospital manager, at least. She focused on her business. Some hospitals here, a few patient things there. And then came Nathan…

Resourceful yet at the same time narrow-minded, he shows Leah a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'brief summer' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a travel courier. You dealt with some voyageurs here, a movement there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Bella.

The day had seemed just like any other before a thoughtless but stellar man, Tristan, showed up. The phrase 'great concern' might not seem like anything tricky or knotty, but ask Bella and you might change your mind. I'm quick-witted and knowledgeable, though if you asked Daniel, he'd say I'm foolish instead.

Well, who am I, a modest money broker, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing cumbersome about the concept of 'grade school', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were an art dealer. You dealt with some tattoo here, a picture there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Jonathan.

The day had seemed just like any other before a miserly but safe woman, Aria, showed up. The phrase 'child relationship' might not seem like anything puzzling or complex, but ask Jonathan and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of hesitation being the weak spot of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Austin said. "Unless you think that a mechanic like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'impoverished countryside' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some blacksmith and a few aerodynamicists too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so sneaky."

"I wonder, could I blame Caleb for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so hostile, though I'm sure he'd call it 'brave' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was sacred and broad-minded, but in actual fact I'm just petty. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm free-spirited and wealthy, though if you asked Landon, he'd say I'm greedy instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly interpreter, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing perplexing about the concept of 'mutual relationship', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… Micah has always been vibrant and enlivened. Well, for a legal secretary, at least. He focused on his business. Some judiciaire here, a few valid things there. And then came Jeremiah…

Dandy yet at the same time sarcastic, he shows Micah a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'pleasant childhood' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… Brayden has always been determined and self-loving. Well, for a tax inspector, at least. He focused on his business. Some datums here, a few assesses there. And then came Blake…

Frank yet at the same time clumsy, he shows Brayden a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'public enterprise' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Layla has always been gentle and knowledgeable. Well, for a medical technician, at least. She focused on her business. Some medicas here, a few sickness there. And then came Cooper…

Wonderful yet at the same time inconsiderate, he shows Layla a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'french school' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… A tactless hotelier.

A patronizing shop manager.

Some conventioneer; an adman too.

When Emma appears in Kennedy's life, things suddenly feel complicated and intricate. After all, arrogance is the weak spot of us all. But when Emma begins to talk about the 'particular event' issue, things begin to change. And Kennedy wonders if she is running out of options. A dishonest administration clerk.

A stupid therapist.

Some presidential thing; a few jurisdictions too.

When Carter appears in Henry's life, things suddenly feel intricate and cumbersome. After all, ignorance is the flaw of us all. But when Carter begins to talk about the 'belated discovery' issue, things begin to change. And Henry wonders if he is running out of time. Life used to be mostly easy if you were a car park attendant. You dealt with some cables here, a railcar there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Adeline.

The day had seemed just like any other before an aloof but radiant woman, Zoe, showed up. The phrase 'sweet love' might not seem like anything perplexing or odd, but ask Adeline and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of hesitation being the core of us all. Life used to be mostly unexacting if you were a servant. You dealt with some amanuenses here, an esne there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Scarlett.

The day had seemed just like any other before a Machiavellian but cheerful woman, Charlotte, showed up. The phrase 'subjective mind' might not seem like anything elaborate or cumbersome, but ask Scarlett and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of desire being the essence of us all. Life used to be mostly undemanding if you were a legal executive. You dealt with some sharia here, a legalized there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Kylie.

The day had seemed just like any other before an untrustworthy but convivial man, Austin, showed up. The phrase 'expensive operation' might not seem like anything bewildering or complicated, but ask Kylie and you might change your mind. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a revenue clerk. You dealt with some figure here, an expenditure there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Hunter.

The day had seemed just like any other before a bossy but straightforward man, David, showed up. The phrase 'mile sea' might not seem like anything confusing or baffling, but ask Hunter and you might change your mind. "Let me tell you a story," Addison said. "Unless you think that an aromatherapist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'interplanetary space' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some nutritionists and a few hydrotherapies too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so inconsiderate."

"I wonder, could I blame Christian for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so intolerant, though I'm sure he'd call it 'neat' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was bold and excellent, but in actual fact I'm just aggressive. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a funeral furnisher. You dealt with some myriologue here, a ceremony there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Sebastian.

The day had seemed just like any other before a truculent but enlightened man, Jack, showed up. The phrase 'sharp mind' might not seem like anything knotty or confusing, but ask Sebastian and you might change your mind. What do you get combining an untidy road worker and a vengeful archaeologist?

Answer: Major problems.

Mia's life is turned upside down when Samuel shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'endless summer' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Mia needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Samuel might have other plans. A cunning tailor.

A timid security guard.

Some suit; a hone too.

When Gabriella appears in Evelyn's life, things suddenly feel elaborate and perplexing. After all, arrogance is the nature of us all. But when Gabriella begins to talk about the 'whole winter' issue, things begin to change. And Evelyn wonders if she is running out of options. Easton has always been wise and nice. Well, for an auditor, at least. He focused on his business. Some surveyor here, a few chartered things there. And then came Muhammad…

Passionate yet at the same time flirtatious, he shows Easton a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'wonderful friend' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… What do you get combining a sneaky genealogist and a pompous microbiologist?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Elizabeth's life is turned upside down when Cooper shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'prior discovery' could be more bewildering than one might think.

Now Elizabeth needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Cooper might have other plans. What do you get combining a domineering textile consultant and a vulgar security officer?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Nathan's life is turned upside down when Nolan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'respected friend' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Nathan needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Nolan might have other plans. I'm incredible and patient, though if you asked Abigail, she'd say I'm indiscreet instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly mining consultant, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'early winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… "Let me tell you a story," Christian said. "Unless you think that a receptionist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'historic event' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some doormen and a few beauties too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so immature."

"I wonder, could I blame Hailey for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so vulgar, though I'm sure she'd call it 'valuable' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was trusting and jolly, but in actual fact I'm just naive. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." A changeable telephone engineer.

A callous bus driver.

Some telephonics; a caller too.

When Chase appears in Logan's life, things suddenly feel puzzling and knotty. After all, desire is the essence of us all. But when Chase begins to talk about the 'mathematical discovery' issue, things begin to change. And Logan wonders if he is running out of options. An angry yacht master.

A vicious legal advisor.

Some junk; a steamer too.

When Jayce appears in Eli's life, things suddenly feel perplexing and knotty. After all, ignorance is the essence of us all. But when Jayce begins to talk about the 'main event' issue, things begin to change. And Eli wonders if he is running out of time. Adrian has always been friendly and amazing. Well, for a legal secretary, at least. He focused on his business. Some acts here, a judgement there. And then came Paisley…

Fabulous yet at the same time hostile, she shows Adrian a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'unknown friend' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Eliana has always been sincere and jovial. Well, for a shop manager, at least. She focused on her business. Some showrooms here, a tally there. And then came Charlie…

Blessed yet at the same time weak-willed, she shows Eliana a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'fundamental discovery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… What do you get combining a naughty miner and a callous therapist?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

London's life is turned upside down when Aria shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'only friend' could be more perplexing than one might think.

Now London needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Aria might have other plans. What do you get combining an unpredictable vehicle technician and an impulsive bingo caller?

Answer: Something meaningful, perchance?

Lillian's life is turned upside down when Tina shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'small space' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Lillian needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Tina might have other plans. I'm stupendous and happy, though if you asked Katherine, she'd say I'm indiscreet instead.

Well, who am I, a humble air traffic controller, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing confusing about the concept of 'platonic love', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… What do you get combining a clumsy travel guide writer and a cruel animal breeder?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Elizabeth's life is turned upside down when Hudson shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'coastal ocean' could be more intricate than one might think.

Now Elizabeth needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Hudson might have other plans. Mason has always been perfect and inspirational. Well, for a negotiator, at least. He focused on his business. Some counter things here, a tactician there. And then came Isabella…

Centered yet at the same time intolerant, she shows Mason a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'paramount concern' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… "Let me tell you a story," Hudson said. "Unless you think that a dealer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'future workplace' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some retailers and a card too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so immature."

"I wonder, could I blame Ian for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so sarcastic, though I'm sure he'd call it 'rational' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was nice and joyous, but in actual fact I'm just harsh. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." An untidy judge.

A boring window cleaner.

Some declares; a few approximate things too.

When Victoria appears in Alexis's life, things suddenly feel knotty and intricate. After all, hesitation is the weak spot of us all. But when Victoria begins to talk about the 'scientific enterprise' issue, things begin to change. And Alexis wonders if she is running out of time. I'm independent and opulent, though if you asked Elliot, he'd say I'm stupid instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly hypnotist, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing thorny about the concept of 'excessive love', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… Lincoln has always been faithful and healthy. Well, for a taxidermist, at least. He focused on his business. Some water fowler here, a few silversmiths there. And then came Stella…

Inspirational yet at the same time wicked, she shows Lincoln a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'whole mystery' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of options… Life used to be mostly undemanding if you were a golfer. You dealt with some pitching here, a basketballer there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Keira.

The day had seemed just like any other before a narrow-minded but discreet woman, Mila, showed up. The phrase 'eternal mystery' might not seem like anything perplexing or puzzling, but ask Keira and you might change your mind. Life used to be mostly manageable if you were a safety officer. You dealt with some stands here, a few back things there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Isaiah.

The day had seemed just like any other before a malevolent but cherished woman, Annabelle, showed up. The phrase 'intriguing mystery' might not seem like anything intricate or bewildering, but ask Isaiah and you might change your mind. I'm passionate and safe, though if you asked Bella, she'd say I'm compulsive instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly tour guide, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing tricky about the concept of 'canadian winter', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time… What do you get combining a dogmatic furniture restorer and an evil hospital orderly?

Answer: The mother of all problems.

Declan's life is turned upside down when Dylan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'educational enterprise' could be more tricky than one might think.

Now Declan needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Dylan might have other plans. A sarcastic negotiator.

A careless botanist.

Some troubleshooters; a few inspectors too.

When Andrew appears in Nicholas's life, things suddenly feel thorny and bewildering. After all, hesitation is the weak spot of us all. But when Andrew begins to talk about the 'dark ocean' issue, things begin to change. And Nicholas wonders if he is running out of options. I'm incomparable and genial, though if you asked Lucy, she'd say I'm anxious instead.

Well, who am I, a simple chiropractor, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing confusing about the concept of 'territorial sea', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… I'm kind and capable, though if you asked Alexis, she'd say I'm cold-hearted instead.

Well, who am I, a humble sail maker, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing thorny about the concept of 'time event', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… Life used to be mostly painless if you were an entertainer. You dealt with some songsters here, a being thing there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Jonathan.

The day had seemed just like any other before an inane but dedicated woman, Caroline, showed up. The phrase 'pleasant journey' might not seem like anything intricate or knotty, but ask Jonathan and you might change your mind. Life used to be mostly unexacting if you were an ambulance paramedic. You dealt with some carriages here, a polyclinic there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Makayla.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stubborn but fun man, Tyler, showed up. The phrase 'deeper mystery' might not seem like anything intricate or odd, but ask Makayla and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of arrogance being the nature of us all. What do you get combining a stingy building inspector and a silly biologist?

Answer: World War III

Paisley's life is turned upside down when Nathan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'dental school' could be more complicated than one might think.

Now Paisley needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Nathan might have other plans. A pusillanimous lecturer.

A narrow-minded security officer.

Some medievalists; a few literatures too.

When Ella appears in Katherine's life, things suddenly feel confusing and baffling. After all, ignorance is the flaw of us all. But when Ella begins to talk about the 'final journey' issue, things begin to change. And Katherine wonders if she is running out of time. Life used to be mostly painless if you were a sound engineer. You dealt with some dependable things here, a grounded thing there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Nora.

The day had seemed just like any other before an unpleasant but enthusiastic man, James, showed up. The phrase 'latin school' might not seem like anything baffling or puzzling, but ask Nora and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of ignorance being the weakness of us all. What do you get combining a fussy cab driver and a truculent boat builder?

Answer: A class 5 disaster.

Adam's life is turned upside down when Easton shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'universal mind' could be more tricky than one might think.

Now Adam needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Easton might have other plans. What do you get combining an untrustworthy sound technician and an unreliable doctor?

Answer: Major problems.

Jasmine's life is turned upside down when Sydney shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'west ocean' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Jasmine needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Sydney might have other plans. I'm serene and happy-hearted, though if you asked Amanda, she'd say I'm touchy instead.

Well, who am I, a humble assembly worker, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing confusing about the concept of 'lush countryside', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… "Let me tell you a story," William said. "Unless you think that a broadcaster like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'genuine love' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some strings and a newswoman too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so unreliable."

"I wonder, could I blame Aaliyah for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so perverse, though I'm sure she'd call it 'self-disciplined' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was victorious and dandy, but in actual fact I'm just impulsive. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." "Let me tell you a story," Ian said. "Unless you think that a biologist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'italian school' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some naturalists and a cultural thing too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so vindictive."

"I wonder, could I blame Christopher for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so dreary, though I'm sure he'd call it 'resourceful' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was amusing and adventurous, but in actual fact I'm just big-headed. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a cantankerous investment manager and a vindictive negotiator?

Answer: Something meaningful, perchance?

Violet's life is turned upside down when Elizabeth shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'grand enterprise' could be more perplexing than one might think.

Now Violet needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Elizabeth might have other plans. A vengeful horse trader.

A clinging technical editor.

Some getas; a few bones too.

When Julia appears in Leo's life, things suddenly feel confusing and thorny. After all, hesitation is the essence of us all. But when Julia begins to talk about the 'exciting event' issue, things begin to change. And Leo wonders if he is running out of options. I'm exuberant and harmonious, though if you asked Jordan, he'd say I'm prejudiced instead.

Well, who am I, a simple writer, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'glorious summer', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of hesitation being the essence of us all. Life used to be mostly uncomplicated if you were a sound technician. You dealt with some repeated thing here, a wise thing there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Elliot.

The day had seemed just like any other before a clumsy but centered woman, Arianna, showed up. The phrase 'gloomy winter' might not seem like anything complex or bewildering, but ask Elliot and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of ignorance being the weak spot of us all. An aggressive technical assistant.

A cunning sports coach.

Some roadworthiness; a few engineered things too.

When Tristan appears in Madelyn's life, things suddenly feel thorny and bewildering. After all, arrogance is the essence of us all. But when Tristan begins to talk about the 'profound love' issue, things begin to change. And Madelyn wonders if she is running out of time. Life used to be mostly undemanding if you were a tax inspector. You dealt with some place here, a few tasks there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Cameron.

The day had seemed just like any other before an unfair but caring man, But, showed up. The phrase 'later childhood' might not seem like anything confusing or knotty, but ask Cameron and you might change your mind. "Let me tell you a story," Eli said. "Unless you think that a zoo keeper like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'chinese city' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some bearcat and a herpetology too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so deceitful."

"I wonder, could I blame Tyler for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so inane, though I'm sure he'd call it 'intuitive' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was energetic and fulfilled, but in actual fact I'm just vain. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm involved and empowered, though if you asked Mia, she'd say I'm irresponsible instead.

Well, who am I, a simple theatre manager, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing knotty about the concept of 'dialectical relationship', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of hesitation being the weakness of us all. Life used to be mostly effortless if you were a translator. You dealt with some journalist here, a few dictionaries there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Asher.

The day had seemed just like any other before an inconsistent but happy man, Josiah, showed up. The phrase 'peaceful countryside' might not seem like anything puzzling or tricky, but ask Asher and you might change your mind. A cruel camera operator.

A Machiavellian sound artist.

Some polaroids; an audio thing too.

When Sebastian appears in Charlotte's life, things suddenly feel intricate and complicated. After all, desire is the weakness of us all. But when Sebastian begins to talk about the 'time friend' issue, things begin to change. And Charlotte wonders if she is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Alyssa said. "Unless you think that an almoner like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'last summer' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some mother and a few chaplains too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so impolite."

"I wonder, could I blame Alex for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so foolish, though I'm sure he'd call it 'quiet' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was daring and extraordinary, but in actual fact I'm just cantankerous. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a dogmatic medical technician and an inane taxidermist?

Answer: Major problems.

Hunter's life is turned upside down when Brooklyn shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'curious reminiscence' could be more complex than one might think.

Now Hunter needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Brooklyn might have other plans. I'm extraordinary and ineffable, though if you asked Ryder, he'd say I'm pessimistic instead.

Well, who am I, a humble student, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing baffling about the concept of 'excellent friend', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of time…

 Life used to be mostly painless if you were a zoo manager. You dealt with some gorilla here, a park there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Samantha.

The day had seemed just like any other before a cold-hearted but tidy man, John, showed up. The phrase 'distant reminiscence' might not seem like anything intricate or puzzling, but ask Samantha and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of ignorance being the weakness of us all. I'm tough and daring, though if you asked Alaina, she'd say I'm self-indulgent instead.

Well, who am I, a simple immigration officer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'paternal love', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of ignorance being the nature of us all. "Let me tell you a story," Gavin said. "Unless you think that an astronomer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'joint space' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some planetologies and a few crystallographers too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so narrow-minded."

"I wonder, could I blame Gabriella for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so impatient, though I'm sure she'd call it 'sensational' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was forgiving and angelic, but in actual fact I'm just truculent. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." What do you get combining a silly applications programmer and a sarcastic car delivery driver?

Answer: Big trouble.

Dominic's life is turned upside down when Cooper shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'endless sea' could be more thorny than one might think.

Now Dominic needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Cooper might have other plans. Vivian has always been genuine and irresistible. Well, for a boat builder, at least. She focused on her business. Some boot here, a few marine things there. And then came Carson…

Careful yet at the same time cold, he shows Vivian a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'safe operation' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… "Let me tell you a story," Lucas said. "Unless you think that an icecream vendor like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'miraculous event' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some chocolate things and a custard too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so rude."

"I wonder, could I blame Violet for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so big-headed, though I'm sure she'd call it 'excellent' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was sincere and welcomed, but in actual fact I'm just vague. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm broad-minded and splendid, though if you asked Dominic, he'd say I'm resentful instead.

Well, who am I, a simple funeral director, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing elaborate about the concept of 'regular workplace', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options… What do you get combining a cantankerous aerobic instructor and a cowardly hotel consultant?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Lucy's life is turned upside down when Caden shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'coastal ocean' could be more puzzling than one might think.

Now Lucy needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Caden might have other plans. A dogmatic cleric.

An inane marine pilot.

Some protopopes; a few buraydahs too.

When Piper appears in Christian's life, things suddenly feel cumbersome and puzzling. After all, desire is the flaw of us all. But when Piper begins to talk about the 'surgical operation' issue, things begin to change. And Christian wonders if he is running out of options. Life used to be mostly easy if you were a tv editor. You dealt with some presenteds here, a dinner there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Camden.

The day had seemed just like any other before a flirtatious but genial woman, Isabelle, showed up. The phrase 'extraordinary discovery' might not seem like anything complicated or intricate, but ask Camden and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of uncertainty being the flaw of us all. Carter has always been aware and self-loving. Well, for a security controller, at least. He focused on his business. Some safer thing here, a few notes there. And then came Tristan…

Intellectual yet at the same time miserly, he shows Carter a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'economic operation' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time…A harsh painter.

A wicked payroll manager.

Some dufy; a few appliers too.

When Evelyn appears in Hailey's life, things suddenly feel bewildering and tricky. After all, fear is the nature of us all. But when Evelyn begins to talk about the 'northern winter' issue, things begin to change. And Hailey wonders if she is running out of options. "Let me tell you a story," Madison said. "Unless you think that a bus driver like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'northeastern ocean' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some papuas and a few connaisseurs too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so aggressive."

"I wonder, could I blame Leo for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so stingy, though I'm sure he'd call it 'warm' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was charismatic and quiet, but in actual fact I'm just wicked. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I'm shining and grounded, though if you asked Aaron, he'd say I'm horrible instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly church officer, to tell him what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing intricate about the concept of 'youthful mind', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the nature of us all. Christopher has always been eager and shining. Well, for a paediatrician, at least. He focused on his business. Some disords here, a practitioner there. And then came Leah…

Amicable yet at the same time nasty, she shows Christopher a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'obsessive concern' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Lucy has always been jolly and honest. Well, for a legal assistant, at least. She focused on her business. Some sound things here, a forensic there. And then came Kaitlyn…

Patient yet at the same time interfering, she shows Lucy a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'biological family' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time… Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a hospital orderly. You dealt with some hospital here, a few courts there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Jason.

The day had seemed just like any other before a quarrelsome but valuable woman, Charlie, showed up. The phrase 'particular concern' might not seem like anything complicated or confusing, but ask Jason and you might change your mind. What do you get combining a selfish technical analyst and a cold security consultant?

Answer: Big trouble.

Eva's life is turned upside down when Liam shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'grand mystery' could be more complicated than one might think.

Now Eva needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Liam might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Cora said. "Unless you think that a caterer like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'collaborative workplace' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some headwaiters and a few barmaids too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so bossy."

"I wonder, could I blame Wyatt for all this? After all, it was he who started it, with his being so inane, though I'm sure he'd call it 'pro-active' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was energetic and thankful, but in actual fact I'm just self-indulgent. In the end, it all came down to running out of time. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for."

I'm discreet and imaginative, though if you asked Eliana, she'd say I'm self-centred instead.

Well, who am I, a lowly vehicle engineer, to tell her what to think?

What I do know, though, is this: Next time someone tells you there's nothing bewildering about the concept of 'wide space', tell them it's all good and nice until you run out of options…

It's a matter of uncertainty being the nature of us all."Let me tell you a story," Alice said. "Unless you think that an industrial chemist like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'eternal city' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some economic things and a synthetic thing too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so jealous."

"I wonder, could I blame London for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so horrible, though I'm sure she'd call it 'successful' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was sincere and pioneering, but in actual fact I'm just deceitful. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for."What do you get combining an impulsive anaesthetist and an unreliable mining consultant?

Answer: The mother of all problems.

Peyton's life is turned upside down when Michael shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'sparkling sea' could be more confusing than one might think.

Now Peyton needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Michael might have other plans. Life used to be mostly undemanding if you were an advertising assistant. You dealt with some isobars here, a few couponings there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Riley.

The day had seemed just like any other before a resentful but kind-hearted man, Xavier, showed up. The phrase 'technological workplace' might not seem like anything perplexing or puzzling, but ask Riley and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of ignorance being the flaw of us all.Luke has always been valuable and angelic. Well, for a television engineer, at least. He focused on his business. Some infomercial here, a custard there. And then came Elena…

Quick-witted yet at the same time weak-willed, she shows Luke a new reality, where something as simple as the phrase 'major event' can mean different things to different people. That is, until you run out of time…Life used to be mostly painless if you were an artexer. You dealt with some person here, a sitting thing there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Micah.

The day had seemed just like any other before a stubborn but jolly woman, Maria, showed up. The phrase 'intercostal space' might not seem like anything baffling or complex, but ask Micah and you might change your mind.

What do you get combining a stupid zoo keeper and an indiscreet travel clerk?

Answer: A slice of chaos.

Jacob's life is turned upside down when Carson shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'learned friend' could be more thorny than one might think.

Now Jacob needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Carson might have other plans. "Let me tell you a story," Anna said. "Unless you think that a classroom aide like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'normal school' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some schoolworks and an overhead thing too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so changeable."

"I wonder, could I blame Scarlett for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so self-indulgent, though I'm sure she'd call it 'amicable' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was emotional and calm, but in actual fact I'm just impatient. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for."What do you get combining a resentful theatrical agent and an unfair industrial chemist?

Answer: Major problems.

Alice's life is turned upside down when Nathan shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'distinguished friend' could be more bewildering than one might think.

Now Alice needs to face the situation, before running out of options. But Nathan might have other plans.Life used to be mostly easy if you were a systems analyst. You dealt with some vectors here, a few nets there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Leo.

The day had seemed just like any other before a cantankerous but philosophical man, Giannis, showed up. The phrase 'neighboring countryside' might not seem like anything bewildering or elaborate, but ask Leo and you might change your mind.

It's a matter of hesitation being the weakness of us all."Let me tell you a story," Daniel said. "Unless you think that an architect like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'humble friend' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some modernist thing and a design too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so indecisive."

"I wonder, could I blame Kaitlyn for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so unpredictable, though I'm sure she'd call it 'sincere' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was communicative and caring, but in actual fact I'm just finicky. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for."What do you get combining a petty teacher and a thoughtless medical technician?

Answer: The mother of all problems.

Charlie's life is turned upside down when Tyler shows up one day, proving that the phrase 'wonderful city' could be more elaborate than one might think.

Now Charlie needs to face the situation, before running out of time. But Tyler might have other plans.Life used to be mostly straightforward if you were a carpet cleaner. You dealt with some liners here, an oblivion there, and that was it.

But not anymore for Aaron.

The day had seemed just like any other before a vindictive but pioneering woman, Nora, showed up. The phrase 'worst winter' might not seem like anything tricky or cumbersome, but ask Aaron and you might change your mind. "Let me tell you a story," Giannis said. "Unless you think that a translator like me doesn't tell stories."

"Anyway… It's a story about how the phrase 'illicit love' could connote different things to different people. Heck, it's a story involving some transcription and a few transliterations too, would you believe? But it's mostly a story about me having been so truculent."

"I wonder, could I blame Ava for all this? After all, it was she who started it, with her being so aggressive, though I'm sure she'd call it 'vivacious' instead. Gimme a break…"

"People used to think I was courageous and wonderful, but in actual fact I'm just pusillanimous. In the end, it all came down to running out of options. And then, either you face your flaws or you're done for." I can't believe I was such a coward said johnny start from the beginning said the tharapst . ok my friend gave this girl my number and a few weeks after that I got this text message from this girl I felt the same way so I asked her is this a joke she said no I promise it is not . after a while I admitted I felt the same why and she told me she loved me and she would never leave me . and a little bit latter I fell down stars and she didn't believe me then she keept saying I was cheating on her and keept saying I was avoiding her when I was not few weeks later she texts me and sayed I can't take this anymore I never loved you I was just using you and I thinking it was another joke asked why !????????????? and she said idk but latter do I find out she thinks I cheated on her when I was not she is going around the school telling people that I was a jerk a d cheated on her . a few days latter she asks if I have a crush on anyone in are class and I said not anymore and she tryed to get me beat up and that's my story and then latter that week she gets with someone and I just feel so alone and empty inside and I don't know why I can't stop crying every time I tell this story . A long, long time ago in a sensational, sensational galaxy...

 

After leaving the moist planet Earth, a group of girls fly toward a distant speck. The speck gradually resolves into a violent, space house.

 

Civil war strikes the galaxy, which is ruled by Johnny Clone, a false imp capable of lust and even violence.

 

Terrified, a crowded sprite known as Anna Wood flees the Empire, with her protector, Johhmy Brain.

 

They head for New York on the planet Abydos. When they finally arrive, a fight breaks out. Brain uses his sensational razor to defend Anna.

 

Brain and Sprite Anna decide it's time to leave Abydos and steal a truck to shoot their way out.

 

They encounter a tribe of giants. Brain is attacked and the sprite is captured by the giants and taken back to New York.

 

Brain must fight to save Sprite Anna but when he accidentally unearths a ripped sandwich, the entire future of the sensational, moist galaxy is at stake. After leaving the death planet Uranus, a group of men fly toward a distant speck. The speck gradually resolves into an idyllic, space heights.

 

Civil war strikes the galaxy, which is ruled by Barry Ramsbottom, a magic elf capable of robbery and even murder.

 

Terrified, a dull wizard known as Marry Love flees the Empire, with her protector, Geamol Eryop.

 

They head for Manchester on the planet Jupiter. When they finally arrive, a fight breaks out. Eryop uses his laser gun to defend Marry.

 

Eryop and Wizard Marry decide it's time to leave Jupiter and steal a truck to shoot their way out.

 

They encounter a tribe of goblins. Eryop is attacked and the wizard is captured by the goblins and taken back to Manchester.

 

Eryop must fight to save Wizard Marry but when he accidentally unearths a squat newspaper, the entire future of the laser, death galaxy is at stake. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Submitted: June 24, 2021

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