Into the Drain – Paranoia #2939

Posted on July 19, 2011


He was not afraid of melting but he was certain that each rain drop was a sharp blow to the head, the shoulders, the chest.  A man could only take so many blows, he reasoned, because men were made soft.  He was afraid of breaking down. He was afraid that after he broke down the rain would carry pieces of his body into the drain and he would float there until some gold fish came by and ate him.  No, the rain was not for him, not unless he had a giant umbrella and was standing beneath a massive tree.

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