Even staying out of the pyramid didn't break the loop. I thought for sure that the pyramid was cursed or something, and the curse would be lifted if I stayed out of the pyramid. Unfortunately, it didn't work.
Last night was a typical night. I played the Xbox 360 all day. I was having a lot of fun until the clock struck twelve. One moment I was playing Call of Duty, the next moment I was in my bed again hearing that stupid Blurred Lines song.
My next plan was to get away from the thunderstorm. I would catch a last-minute flight somewhere, and hopefully I can get out of the loop.
And I immediately knew the perfect excuse to tell Paul. After I got dressed, I barged into his room; he ...view middle of the document...
The boy had to be around seven years old, and he was quite ugly. His shirt was also stupid. It was one of those 'You can't spell awesome without me' shirts.
"I'm Wally!" a voice sneered.
I turned to my left to see the little boy with a dorky smile on his face. He sounded like a chipmunk.
"Nice to meet you, Wally." I said blankly.
Wally pulled out a DS from his pocket and started playing Pokemon. I grabbed a magazine from the pouch and started browsing through them.
I thought Wally was gonna leave me alone, but he was quite annoying. Every 2 minutes, he would yell out "Go Delphox!" or something like that. Plus, when the plane took off, he got all freaked out and started clutching onto my shoulder. I didn't know where this kid's parents were, but wherever they were, they weren't doing a very good job at disciplining him.
Wally put his DS away. "I'm bored." he moaned.
I ignored him and continued browsing through the magazines.
"I'm bored!" he yelled. The man sitting to the right of me started giving the kid a dirty look. And I didn't blame him.
"What you want me to do about it?" I yelled. "Go play your Pokemon game or whatever."
"I got bored of it!"
"Well play something else!"
"Because that's the only game I have!"
I rolled my eyes. "Let's play a game," I said.
"Really?" Wally's face lit up like a Christmas tree. "I love games!"
"Yes! You're going to play 'sit there quietly', while I play 'read magazines'." I started to read the magazine again.
After 10 seconds of beautiful silence, it was once again shattered by Wally's chipmunk voice. "I'm sick of this game!" he yelled. "Let's play I Spy!"
"No." I said.
"Please?" Wally begged me.
"Fine." I gave in.
"Yay! You go first."
A smile grew on my face. "Okay. I spy someone who is very annoying and is a moron."
"The guy sitting over there!" Wally yelled, pointing at the man sitting to the right of me. He gave Wally the best death glare I ever saw.
"No! It's you," I said, pointing a finger at...