Form of … a Refrigerator

It sounds good to call what I do “freelance.” But it really means that when there’s no work there’s no money. It started out like any other day. There was no work, so the urge was to pose as a normal housewife. I thought, “Since the refrigerator is almost empty, I should wipe down the shelves.” I was going to the worst place in the world and I didn’t even know it yet … the horror. The horror.

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“Oh my god. Is that …?”

ItsAlive

“I’m going in.”

LightsOut

and then the lights went out

game-over

It wasn’t game over. I survived. I survived, and I returned. But I was never the same.

 

Lesson 4: You can – and should – take apart your refrigerator to clean it.

 

This day in my life was brought to you by

Cowboy Bebop, Session 11 “Toys in the Attic.”

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