Floating Robot Demon Head Truck

So there I am, coming home from my audition.  I have pretty much not eaten all day, I am feeling like a head cold is coming on, I have spent almost the entire day traveling, and I am driving down a deserted highway in the driving rain and gale force winds.  That’s when I see it.  The floating robot demon head truck.

We are the only two vehicles on the road, and I am stuck behind this thing driving through the unlit, pitch black local highway in a torrential downpour.  I can’t see around it, I’m exhausted, and there is no safe way to pass it.  It’s ok for a few minutes, but after some time I begin to see a face in the back of the truck.  Not the normal “tail lights are eyes, bumper is a mouth” face that all cars have.  No, floating between its giant triangle of tail lights was an evil looking face, staring at me.  And it looked like it had lasers mounted on its shoulders that were aimed at me.

This was when I knew that I had been driving too long.  I told myself that I was being silly, but once I had seen the face, I couldn’t not see the face.  It was very upsetting.  And of course my iPod decided to shuffle the scariest music possible my way at this time.  Somehow I got it into my head that this truck was leading me to the underworld, and I wanted Simone to know what had happened to me after I was engulfed, so I took a picture of the truck and texted it to her.

She then called and asked me why I had texted her a picture of a truck.  I tried to explain that it was a scary floating face, but she thought I was being ridiculous.  I followed that truck for an hour and a half.  To this day (the next day) I cannot believe that I survived.

When I finally arrived at home, I pointed out the face in between the red lights to Simone, and she finally saw it and agreed that it was pretty scary.  She may have just been humoring me, but I will let you decide.  Normal truck, or floating robot demon head truck?

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2 Comments

  1. Yes, there is clearly a demon face in between the lights, but that is not as scary as you texting and driving at the same time!

  2. Actually, the picture taking part was the scariest, as I didn’t include a message in my “text.”. Is it still a text if it does not include any text? Anyway, you are right to question my sanity. I do not condone taking pictures of the vehicle in front of you whilst driving, unless your grip on reality has faltered.

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