100-250 Words. No TO BE verbs (Am, are, is, was, were, be, been, become, became).
No -ly Adverbs.
A stranger bumps into you, later you check your pocket. The note that was slipped inside sends you on a journey you never expected.
The lunch crowd in the cafeteria made it difficult to maneuver. One guy bumped into me and I almost fell. Stupid ass didn’t bother to apologize either. I often wonder why I stay in this dead-end job, the endless entering of numbers and names into a database. Is this what I went to college for?
I grab a sandwich and reach into my pocket for money. Instead of pulling out a five-dollar bill, I find a folded piece of paper. I shove it back in my pocket and bring out the cash needed. Back at my desk, I check the paper and my eyebrows meet my hairline.
Atlantis existed. Meet me at Anna’s & Jen’s Bar at six tonight. I will be in the corner booth drinking a bottle of Budweiser and wearing a black fedora. Come alone. A friend.
What the hell. It’s not like I have nothing better to do tonight. Even if this is some sort of joke from one of my friends, I could use the diversion. Little did I know what awaited me.