Azriel grew up in a world where people walked, ate, and breathed phones. Once one of her friends committed suicide, she can not help but want to rip the 'head-phone' out of the side of her face after realizing that the world has turned into speechless zombies, all text messaging each other instead of speaking. All her life, ads and voices echoed in her head, and she will do anything to stop it. -- This short story was inspired by the verizon wireless commericials and written during math as I watched two girls text messaging each other.
An old woman returns to a ballroom that she danced in when she was young. Here, she relives her memories of dancing and romance (with a ghost).
Just a quick swibble about how humans sometimes do not want to face their feeling. It is about a boy who tries to make a robo-prom date...not really a funny story...
Imagine a world with only four walls, a bed, a window, a door, and a computer. Your only way to contact other people is through the internet. You were raised to stay in your room and be happy. Imagine, not being happy anymore. This is a story of a world without faces, only usernames, and a boy named Darren who wants to remove all the masks...see all the faces...and start the new year.