Monday, 18 May 2009
09:57:18 PM (GMT)
i edited this from a forward message i got ^.^ i just loved it so much i made me and
Dustin the lovely couple on the motercycle (since he was the one who sent it to me
Buzzing down the road at possibly eighty, I had to stop him. It was getting too fast.
To scary. My conscience was telling me to get him to stop, or at least slow down.
“Slow down! I’m scared!” I said into his ear, hoping he would hear me over the
roar of his Harley engine. I was as scared as I ever was as I saw the speedometer hit
“No this is fun.” he said with a morbid chuckle. I was about as close as
hyperventilating as how close we were to dying- which was frighteningly close.
“No it’s not! Please this is too scary!” I plead desperate as it hit
“Then tell me you love me.” his voice was suddenly different then the boy who
was having so much fun. The bike slowed back to ninety and then to eighty-five. But
that wasn’t enough
“Fine, I love you. Now slow down!” I begged I could barely tell that his bike
was roaring as my conscience was yelling at me. My head was confusingly full of
“No give me a big hug.” he said with the same uncertainty in his voice. The
speedometer stayed at eighty. So I gave into his request and hugged my arms around
him tighter. Tears mingled behind my eyelids.
“Can you take off my helmet and put it on yourself? It’s bugging me.” he said,
his voice even more grave. Then a “T” shape in the road was ahead of us and I
took his helmet off his disheveled dark hair. I then put the helmet securely on top
my own head.
“Alright. Now slow down.” I said as the “T” drew closer. The speedometer
stayed at eighty-five.
“I love you baby.” he said turning his head slightly so he could look at me out
of the corner of his eye.
“I love you too,” then the “T” was feet away and he turned back to face the
road. “Please just slow down now. Please!”
Then the bike crashed into the brick building and all feel black
In the paper the next day:::
MOTERCYCLE CRASHES INTO BUILDING:
TWO WERE ON BUT ONLY 1 SURVIVED
The truth was that halfway down the
road, the guy realized that his brakes
broke, but he didn't want to let
the girl know. Instead, he had her say
she loved him and felt her hug one last
time, then he had her wear his helmet
that she would live, even though it
that he would die.