Suffocating Presumptions

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
A short story from a synchronized timeline.

Submitted: October 10, 2018

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Submitted: October 10, 2018

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Last Wednesday night I invited my friend over to have a couple of drinks and to smoke, so we hung out for a good amount of time and talked about whatever. Later that night me and her kissed but she wanted to stop because of her sinuses. So we hung out for a little while more until I had to take her home.

That same night I had a vivid dream of her leaving saying that she was sorry and that we couldn't be friends anymore, she had a blank expression on her face and she walked out of the front door of my house. Later I look at my phone to message her on snapchat and I saw that she blocked me, so there was no way of communicating to her and I felt like I had been hit in the stomach with a 10 pound brick. The next day I told her about the dream and she thought it was funny but didn't think much of it.

Fast forward to four days later, she sends me a text on snapchat asking about a country song I showed her on the night we hung out. I said "Turtles all the way down" and she replied "no the other one" and I said "by Hank III?" I had showed her the first track of his album which was titled 'Satan is real'. She told me that she's pretty sure he's a satanist and that I already knew that he was. By the way she is a Christian who goes to church every week. I told her I don't know if he is and I would highly doubt it, but she just said we can't be friends anymore I'm sorry and then I was blocked just like that. All I had time to reply was "ight dude" because I thought she was joking since I had already told her about the dream. It's been a few hours since that incident and I haven't heard from her. I wasn't trying to offend her in any way, so I hope she understands.

 


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