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Split Personality Disorder

By Sparkzr Remixed All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Mystery

August 13th

My friend and I have decided to share our story.
 Beginning to end.
 It was august 13th. The fateful day that started it all. My best friend's birthday. I'm Turquoise CuAl. That's important. My friend is Maximillen Glass who is my roommate. That's also important. Other details about who I know and what I know will be revealed later. It started off early;With me baking a cake at 2:00 in the morning. I had mixed the batter all up and was about to put it in the oven when I heard footsteps. Crap. I'd forgotten for the 15th time that Max was a light sleeper. He arrived stumbling down the steps in a drunken manner. I quickly shut the kitchen lights off. He stumbled in my direction, mumbling some incoherent ramblings beneath his breath. He finally reached me and gripped his claws on my shoulders. I realized his eyes were still closed. He softly asked me if I'd seen a piece of paper. I stood dumbfounded until I realized he was still stuck in a dream. "Uh, yeah. I saw that piece of paper upstairs. Lemme guide ya too it!" I quickly rushed him up the stairs and into his bed again. Then I went back downstairs to finish the cake. It was around 3:30 when I finished frosting the cake. I had decorated the cake with swirls of chocolate and orange frosting. The colors were that of the Bengals. A presumed popular human football team. Sometimes these games would get miraculously streamed to our TVs. I looked at it for a moment, proud of myself. Then I set about setting up some simple decorations. After I had finished, it was around 5:00. I decided it was a good time to get a bit of rest. Since Max usually woke up around 8:30, it gave me about 3 hours of sleep. I climbed into my bed, started up my music playlist, and drifted off to sleep.
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