Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Curiosity Kills

Angie sipped the last bit of her drink the gentleman sent to her at the crowded bar. She nodded and gathered her things as she stood from the tall bar stool.

 “Hey wait,” the slender older man pushed through the crowd.  “Hi my name is William and your name?” He held his hand out.

“Angie,” she replied walking away and out the bar into the crisp night air.

William followed this beautiful woman out to the parking lot being careful of Angie spotting him. He couldn’t help himself. He wanted to know more about this beautiful woman. Angie turned down a dark street that led to the freeway. So, William did the same. He had never followed a woman from any place before. This was the first. But, as the old saying goes, there’s a first time for everything. William was trying to convince himself this wasn’t stalking but this was way over borderline. But, he couldn’t risk never seeing her again. Angie was still driving and soon the concrete and brick scenery turned into a forestry of trees and grassy hills. William became so enamored with the landscape. So much so he had noticed he’d just followed this woman into a private driveway. There was no way to escape it now. He had to face Angie once she finally stepped out of the car.

“Didn’t we just meet at the bar? Why did you follow me here? You didn’t know if I had a man home waiting for me or not.”

“Please, don’t be frightened. I only wanted a chance to have a conversation with you. I think you’re the most gorgeous woman I’ve ever seen.”

Angie ran her hand around the inside of her purse. “You are way out there to do something like this William. What do you want from me?”

“I want to know more about you. Whatever you feel comfortable with telling me. I’ve never done anything like this before. I was so compelled to be in your presence. Could we talk?”

Angie frowned. “It’s the middle of the night. I don’t have a neighbor for miles. How could you think this was a good idea to follow me and the approach me in the dark of the night. What did you think we would do? Did you think we would smile, laugh, and sex each other’s brain out?”

William laughed, “That doesn’t sound like a bad idea.” He looked away.

“You have got to be kidding me,” she replied removing the cloth and quickly placing it to William’s nose until he passed out on the ground. “He has no idea what he’s gotten himself into,” she mumbled. Angie tugged and pulled on William until she reached her small cabin. Angie undressed William and tied him up from attacking her or running away. Once she was confident he could not get out she placed smelling sauce under his nose to wake him.

William began to blink and open his eyes. “Wh-what are you doing to me? Get me out of this mess.”

“You may as well be still. You won’t be going anywhere. You followed me here with whatever intentions. But, what you didn’t know is I’m not like other women. I’m not about to run screaming and hollering into the woods,” she laughed so hard she held her stomach. “You picked the wrong woman this time.” She kicked him.

William hollered out in pain. “I didn’t want to hurt you. I wanted to know more about you. Yeah, maybe I went about it in a creepy way. But, you don’t need to do this. What has happened in your life to make you do this to someone who hasn’t tried to harm you? I don’t deserve this,” he screamed.

“Shut up. This is about to be one long night. It’s been a while since I’ve had an older man in my web. I’m going to enjoy this,” she sighed. “Whelp, let’s get this started. This is going to hurt you more than it hurts me.” Angie giggled.

1 comment:

  1. What made that man think it was a good idea to follow a woman home from a bar in the middle of the night! He got what he deserved for being stupid.


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