|TAXI RIDE (standard:humor, 648 words)|
|Author: Danny Zil||Added: Jan 16 2009||Views/Reads: 2473/1587||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Nothing unusual about this late night taxi ride.|
Click here to read the first 75 lines of the story “What are you paranoid about ?” I asked him. “I keep thinking I'm not being followed,” he told me. I glanced back in the direction he'd come from - there was no-one around. “See what I mean,” he said an strolled off. The Captain returned a few minutes later an slipped into the back seat. He looked relieved. “Home,” he ordered. “Did you collect the package ?” I asked him. He patted his overcoat pocket an nodded. I was curious. “What's in it ?” “Designs for tattoos,” he told me. “Secret tattoos.” “How secret ?“ I asked. “They have to be done on the inside of the skin,” he replied. “Makes sense,” I said, noddin. Rain started to fall. It was cold, dark an rainy. How I loved nights like that. I rolled another smoke an decided to take the long way home. Tweet
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