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Its Show Time It was thirty minutes before midnight and I was tired Tired because it was so late and most of all I was tired of waiting The momentous event I had been waiting nearly two years was finally here The weather had not been pleasant It rained like cats and dogs all day and I was afraid that my father wouldnt let me drive since the roads were wet The moment I heard the latch on the front door of my house close happiness spread throughout my body I was so excited that I had trouble unlocking the car door My fingers fumbled through the numerous oddities my father kept on his key ring I finally took a deep breath inserted the key into the hole and unlocked the driver side door After five minutes of adjusting my seat and the endless line of mirrors I was finally ready to start my long awaited journey My fingers slid down the exterior of the nylon-gray strap the adrenaline was thrusting from the tip of my toes to the top of my head A small warm tingly feeling swept over my body Trembling from the rush of emotions I hit the release button harder than I intended which set off a series of unfortunate events The clasp retracted from the holster whipping around like a palm tree in hurricane force winds My out-stretched hand Doxzon 2 fell victim to the erratic movements of the seatbelt I reached my hand towards the door but it was quickly withdrawn My wrist was ensnared in the seatbelt like a wounded animal in a hunters trap I freed my trapped hand but upon doing so the strap thrashed around and struck the side of my face Hissing with laughter the seatbelt returned to its rightful place This metal monster would claim me no more I hurled the heavy metal door open almost knocking it off its hinges
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