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Ive owned a tiny futon store in a small mall in the downtown area of a rather bantam city This little hole in the wall had been my peaceful get-away for nearly ten years I rarely received attention from tourists let alone the other business owners I didnt bother anyone and no one really bothered me I kind of liked it like thatThings always have a way of being good for a long time and then not being so good I suppose I may be overexaggerating over what happened on that silly Monday afternoon But then again I may not beI was sitting at my slightly hidden desk the same way I had done for the past ten years or so without being bothered I wasnt really working on anything because there wasnt really anything to work on but I sat there anyway and did my best to appear to be busy Then it happened Like a drip of black ink on a sunset canvas they entered the store A young man and woman of about twenty years of age both of whom I had never seen before unknowingly changed my life foreverDo you mind if we argue on your couch the woman asked as she sat herself down on the dark purple double flexifold futon She was strangely beautiful and I found myself quickly looking away from her as to avoid the hint that she had intrigued me No I mumbled Go ahead I dont even think she acknowledged my response because she had already assumed that it was alright She tugged sharply on the young mans sweatshirt sleeve and he satHow dare you she inquired How dare you even ponder the thought in your mind you sonofabitch She wasnt yelling She was loud and clear like a trumpet solo in A Night in TunisiaAt first I had sort of assumed that the young man that she was angry with had been her brother
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