“Are you guys almost ready?” Angelica yelled from downstairs.
“A few more minutes!” I told her.
Its Hallow’s Eve, and this year we get to wear our costumes to school. Angelica, Delaney, and I were dressing up as a she devil, an angel, and a half and half. I was chosen to be the half and half. Unamused, but its too late now. It might seem a little corny, but we’re doing it anyway.
I heard footsteps coming up the staircase and 5 seconds later Angelica walked in. Neither Delaney nor I had seen our Angelica’s costume on her, so when she walked in the door, I think Delaney was just as shocked as I was.
“I’m on my way, give me ten minutes.” Then I hung up on Geo.
I finished up my Halloween costume, only because I promised Erica I would dress up. Out of nowhere, I heard the loudest noise coming from outside. I opened my window and looked around.
“Vincent, you jerkoff!” I yelled.
“Stop being such a little girl and get in” he said from his car window. He was close enough to where I could see a smirk on his face.
I ran down the stairs, yelled to my roommate, “I’m leaving!”, and went outside. I got in the passenger side and took a look at his costume.
“You got stuck with Snooki?” I aked him. You see Vincent, me, and some other friends were going as the cast of Jersey Shore. We thought it would be funny.
“Haha, yeah. Don’t hate on the poof!” He replied.
“Whatever bro. Hey, do you think we can stop at ICON? Geo said he needed to talk to me.”
“What, that he thinks your mom’s hot?” I just stared at him. “Fine. Don’t be such a softy though bro. You know I’m just kidding.”
The car ride to ICON was quiet and awkward. I kind of felt as if I was sitting next to a gorilla with a poof. When we got to ICON, I told Vincent to just stay in the car.
I walked in to a silent building that was usually loud. It seemed like I was the only one here. I stood there just kind of looking around. I felt something wet hit my the top of my head. I put my hand where I felt the drop on my head, shaking, then looked at my hand to see what it was. It was dark red and…… it was blood. I was scared to look up, but I knew I had to. Slowly, I lifted my head towards the ceiling.
“VINCENT! CALL 911 NOW!!!!”