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Touching Tomorrow: How to Interview Your Loved Ones to Capture a Lifetime of Memories on Video or Audio

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2014

    Suddenly taken

    part three

    "W-what's going on?"<p> Mason was trembleing as the two girls stroaked his face and hair. "The best thing happened to Rosie and i. We got upgraded, or hypnotized, as un-pure ones like you would say." Rachel's words made him tremble harder. More what if questions swarmed his brain. 'What if they hypnotize me? What if i never snap out of it? What if i never get home? What if, what if.' <p>His head was going to explode at all of the questions.<p> Rosie gigled and walked out while Rachel stayed behind, brushing her fingers lightly across his cheek again and again. "Master will come speak to you soon. And then he'll decide weather or not to upgrade up or give you to me." Mason jerked his head back, hitting it on the cage, when her fingers tickled his cheek. He stifled a cry in pain from the hit and squeezed his eyes shut when she then poked him in the side. <p>He almost laughed, too.<p> Rachel must've seen this and kept pokeing his sides again and again. Mason couldn't hold it in any longer and started laughing, trying to twist away. But, thanks to the small space and ropes that held him in place, rachel kept tickleing him. He tried saying 'stop it' over the laughing but failed many times. "There's the Mason im looking for!" He laughed louder as she poked a little harder, and his fear and what ifs faded almost like magic.<p> But soon it was replaced by pain. The laughing AND the tickleing hurt, makeing his laughes not so happy. Rachel had an evil, serious look on her face as she poked harder. Her eyes glowed red, makeing her seem like a real villain. "But master and i prefer pain and suffering, not happyness." Mason's laughes were gone and faded into crys of pain. He felt a tear roll down his cheek and onto the floor. Still Rachel kept going, hader and faster she jabbed his sides. "S-s-stop!! Ple-ease!!" <p>if only mason said that earlier.<p> Rachel stopped and sighed, and for a moment, mason saw her eyes flicker to her normal, gental brown. Just for a second. Then they turned back to scarlet red and she opend the cage door. <p>Mason sniffed then twisted his tied wrists and ankles, haveing little succes. He did nothing as she lifted him out and held him like a child, his head on her arm and his back on her lap (his legs and feet weren't on her). As if he was a small, hurt child, she looked into his eyes and her own eyes flickered from red to brown again. Mason stared back into hers, still recovering from the tickleing pain. <p>She smiled just a tiny bit. "Pain is your new center feeling. Not happyness or love. Just pain. Do you understand?" Mason nodded and Rachel put him back in the cage, closeing the door. Mason shivered and layed his head down on the cool ground. <p> soon he was asleep.<p> to be continued at next result.

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