Awful Two-Sentence Horror

I gasped.

There were no separations between sentences.

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I had finally saved enough money to purchase a ticket out of this vile country. Then I looked at my phone, which said, “Your account has been locked due to potential fraudulent charges.”

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the phone rang in the middle of the night, I picked up the phone, hand trembling, and said “Hello?”

the cold, evil voice on the other end whispered: “Is your refrigerator running?”

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The toilet seat is warm in the morning.

But I have just gotten up and I live alone.

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“Eggs don’t have eyes,” I tell myself.

Not plural, anyway.

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I start to feel hungry on my pleasant Sunday drive. I decide to head toward Chick-fil-A

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I panic, having ended up in the middle of nowhere, and my cries for help go unanswered as I scramble through the tall weeds.

Behind me, a Dollar General looms.

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I had an idea.

It became reality.

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I was alone in the dark, wielding only a bent piece of rebar and an empty pistol. Something tripped over a pile of debris away in the darkness, and shouted words I couldn’t quite understand.

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I ran from there to the safest place I could think of, a Toys R Us.

To my horror, I realized that I had dropped my winning $31 million Powerball ticket.

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I knocked on the bathroom stall door to see if it was unoccupied.

“Come in,” a voice responded.

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I threw a ball for my dog to run and chase after. It sunk into the backyard’s long grass patches, never to be seen again.

Happened to me today, still cannot find it.

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Wearing no shoes, I enter the dark room. I do not notice the Nuju ice picks on the floor in front of me.

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In the dark, he saw his friend writing at his desk. He did not see the trail on the floor until the next day.

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