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  1. Ten percent was good, since I didn't feel to do the math. She was ok. Seemed a bit distracted. I scribbled my name, and handed her the top copy. She lowered her eyes, and didn't move. I glanced down at the "customer copy" and saw the words, "Please help me."

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  2. Are they following me? They are. I'm a good boy. Me, me, I'm a good boy. Where's the food? I might bite one of them, but I'll play along. They look like they have good food. Wait. That's a car. Are they taking me in the car? Window seat!

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  3. I wanted to jab 26E with a tranquilizer dart in his neck. He read a well-worn version of "Pippi Longstocking" out loud to her for the entire flight. But she loved it. She hugged him. He leaned in, to receive her loving embrace. And I got the armrest, so score!

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  4. Dying was the easy part. I needed to choose a sin, and gluttony was ready-made for me. I literally ate my way to hell. Phase two would prove to be much more difficult. Getting close enough to him to finish the job. Nobody said killing the devil would be straightforward.

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  5. "Remind me about the time we went to Venice." "What an amazing trip! It wasn't so much about Venice, but the time we actually got to spend together." "End chat." "Goodbye, Todd." It had been three years. Todd wasn't sure he wanted to log into the "Remember her" chatbot anymore.

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  6. "Who's the new guy?" "He showed up this morning. After the rain." "You do ok yesterday?" "Got two. You?" "Nada." Just then, the left front tyre of a green SUV shredded as it slammed into the sharp edge of the new pothole. "Wow, the kid is gonna be a star!"

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  7. "All of it? Are you sure?" "That's what he said. Said that when things turn from green to red, they take it as a warning. He says we have 24 hours" "Crap! Let's get started!" And just like that, every blade of grass on earth, every plant... turned blood red.

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  8. I tried not to stare. She sat obliquely opposite me at lunch. She posed with everyone who asked for a pic. "What's your name?" I finally mustered the courage to ask, as she got up to leave. "Google me," she said. "Dinner tomorrow night. If you can figure out where."

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  9. "You sure about this, old timer?" "Yup. It's on my bucket-list. And besides, it's my anniversary." "Where's the missus? Too scared to come up?" "She's waiting for me at the bottom." Anthony breathed deeply. He was ready. Before the park attendant could react, he unbuckled the safety harness... and jumped.

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  10. He made his way past me and sat down. "One sock," I thought, "Interesting." My stomach reminded me that my nose was correct. That fish did smell funny. I pushed open the men's room door and glanced around. An empty toilet roll. I looked down at my feet. Slippers. Damn.

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  11. As night fell, Emily watched the cops pack up. Eight bodies were dug up from her neighbor's yard. They would be back tomorrow to dig for more. She glanced at her husband, Robert, behind her. Sleeping on his favorite chair in front of the TV. "Body number nine?" she wondered.

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  12. Lenny always felt like a disappointment. He knew Mary wished for the days when he was little, but he wasn't a lamb anymore. And he loved grass. And weeds. And pretty much any pasture plant. He was tired pretending, and thought to himself that Mary should just grow up.

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