Anon

Round Roommate

Tom came into the TV room with lunch and sat down on the couch cushion that was closest to my face. I smiled at him and opened my mouth for him to feed me. 

He did this every day, multiple times a day. I couldn't exactly feed myself. My arms and legs hadn't really existed for over a year. I was essentially just a ball, resting in Tom's living room on a pile of pillows next to a potted plant. It was normal for us, though. No clothes fit me and Tom was horrible at sewing so, to keep warm and cozy, he draped warm blankets over me. 

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Average: 4.3 (3 votes)

Carbonation Situation, The

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I'm a soda fanatic. Doesn't matter what flavor, what brand; I just love the taste and texture of carbonated beverages. That, combined with my sweet tooth, and I'm always ready to enjoy a nice can of fruity flavored pop. Whilst I do have my favorites, I'll never turn down the chnace to dry a new soda.

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Average: 4.4 (5 votes)

Torture Dressed as Therapy 2: Testing the Limits

A year, maybe two. Glen had quickly grown tired of his life hooked up to a canister. Klestofer stopped visiting him after a few months, leaving him alone most days. Sometimes therapists came in and asked him questions. He would anawer truthfully, but they never did anything about his dark thoughts.

He often wished he would just pop. Or deflate. Or fall asleep and never wake up. 

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Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Torture Dressed Like Therapy

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It was unsuspected. Just and unfortunate draw of bad luck. They hadn't been looking for anyone specific, just whoever they could get their hands on - fast and easy. 

Some cruel, twisted minds were just looking to tinker with the limits of the human body. To see just how far it would go. None involved, of course, were bold enough to volunteer. They wanted to explore this stretch of a theory with no expense to themselves. 

And poor Glen just happened to be walking home alone on the night they decided to find a test subject.

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Average: 4.5 (6 votes)
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