2/24/2016

He's Behind You

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Story Sent in by Ronda:

Joshua had lots of photos of himself posing with guns in his profile, so when he messaged me I was at first pretty freaked out. But he was persistent and so we went on a date to a local diner. I thought it couldn't hurt.

While we ate he talked about guns as if I knew what he was talking about. He mentioned Smith and Wesson this and Glock that and I had no idea whatever else he was talking about.

When we were done eating he said, "Let's go buy some guns."

I've never held a gun in my life, much less had a desire to buy one. I suggested, "Maybe we can take a walk by Sun Lake? Or take out a kayak? Or go on a hike?"

He said, "Nope. It's time to buy a gun. You coming or not?"

I told him that I didn't want to go gun shopping and he said, "Then I'll see you around," and paid for our meals (I thanked him) and left.

I haven't seen him since.

7 comments:

  1. Silly girl... he was just doing the gentlemanly thing and making sure you had protection from Chunky Horse... not that mortal weapons would do more than tickle, but still...

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  2. Nothing can save you from chunky horse

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  3. I prefer to take my dates duct tape and chloroform shopping.

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  4. Never happened. NOBODY who owns Smith & Wesson will admit to owning a Glock. Glocks are known as "Bricks" in the gun circles, due to how useless they are.

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    1. Hmmm... not everywhere. I own a Glock .40S&W I use for my everyday CCW, and a snub-nose .357 Magnum S&W I take hiking in case of bears (or hobos). Both have their purposes. Glocks are the #1 choice of most law enforcement organizations for a reason...

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    2. Because they are great for going off accidentally in dark stairwells?

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  5. He wanted you to choose the implement of your own demise.

    I personally would have gone with this little number myself.

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