It's me again, with the FF Dhamaka, Random Explosions Contest Winner. First of all, thanks to all three participants for sending in their entries. The entries were all wonderful, and you guys are all winners for participating Thanks to the 13 people who voted, and to the 438 people who just viewed it without voting
The winning entry was entry #1.
It was by:
A sweet writer, like a big sis to us all
She writes/has written so many ffs, I've lost count
Most of her ffs are based either on A-K, or multiple couples.
One of her ffs, is on Gen X right now
She uses the font Comic Sans (I think lol)
She's our very own......
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&& I'll be posting another one soon this is my first time with this stuff so bear with me I'm gonna make another one and then u can use which one u wanna use
Lots of Love,
Kiran & Madz
Our writers were given the following concept:
Lower class, is currently working his way through college as an intern
and works his father's shift at a late night pharmacy. Is innocent and
reflective, very wise though young. Responsible and handsome. Story may
be from his POV or Third person ominous or POV switching is also
allowed. Concept is completely open with one exception; no repeating
Customers on The Night Of The 19th of April
Came in seriously panicked with a guy, who every single nobody knows
was not her boyfriend. In fact, that was her best friend, Kailash. She
hurriedly bought a pregnancy test and walked away what looked like,
crying. What's it to me, should've been more careful. She paid for it.
The pregnancy test, I mean.
came in with Jyoti, and offered to pay for her. She cried on him. He
bought a tube of Cortaid and Band-Aids. He left them on the bench
outside after buying them so I suspect he only got them to divert
attention away from Jyoti.
Yash- comes in every night with his
under-age friends; Raghav, Anil, and Rahul to steal beer. I let them;
they've jumped me a couple of times and I really rather let them take a
couple hundred Rs. Worth of alcohol than making me spend thousands on
Rakesh- Is an acqauinance. Is one of the
smartest kids in school. But this particular night came and nervously
pointed to something behind the counter. Saline spray? Nope. Condoms. I
was as surprised as you. He gave me his credit card and quickly left.
Sachin- The last buy of the night.
Under-age once again but I can't do anything to prove his ID fake. It
was very masterfully created, I must say. He buys one package of Camel
cigs every day. Whatever. It's his alveoli that'll be damaged. I'm not
the one getting emphysema at age 16.
Okay, so what's so special about this
night 19th of April? It can be a love story, a mystery, thriller, ghost
story whatever. Complete creativity. These people are related somehow.
You decide how.
"So Mr Ajit, would you like to clarify what happened on the night
of April 19th" The rugged police officer, sat opposite me in the
interoggation room in the police station, presses the record button on
the stereo system ready to record my statement. I breathe deeply before
"It was a normal day like any other, I did my usual routine and came into work......."
I stood behind the checkout waiting for the usual customers to
enter, and as predicted the first to enter was Yash, he stood in the
corner eyeing the alcohol up, I figure no harm can be done so I turn my
eyes to the door, and in comes Jyoti, she smiles and comes to the
"where's the paracetemol" She asks, I tell her where they are and
she goes towards them, but stops as Kailash enters the shop, he rushes
towards her and motions her into a corner. Probably discussing Jyoti's
pregnancy, if she is pregnant, which I think she is. I turn away from
them to give the some privacy, Yash is still eyeing the beer up,
waiting for his cnce to sneak off with it, the door opens and Rakesh
enters, he comes up to the counter and we make small talk, I feel like
asking about the condoms but I hold back, after all its personal isn't
it, so I look again at the door and Sachin enters, he points to a pack
of Camel cigs and I reluctantly hand them over.
Everyone seems so busy in their own lives but all had time to come
to the store to get their things, I'm taking money of Sachin when the
door opens again, I look up and see a masked man and think the worse,
yes he's holding a gun and has it pointed at me, I hear Jyoti scream as
she holds on to Kailash, Yash backs away from the beer and Sachin and
Rakesh step away from the counter, I place my hands up
"hand over the money" the guy has a rough voice and I nod my head slowly and reach other for the till, thats when I hear Rakesh
"don't do it Ajit!" The masked man looks over at Rakesh and points the gun at him, Rakesh steps away, Sachin looks at me
"give him the money" Boy for such a young age, he sure did talk
intelligent, I again nod my head as the masked man thrusts a bag into
my hands, I frantically begin loading the bag with the money, when I
catch sigt of Yash behind the masked man, no, I think, don't play hero
Yash, but Yash can't hear my thoughts and lunges himself at the masked
man, Sachin and Kailesh rush over to help him pin the masked man down
and thats when it happens. Like a firework going off in the night, the
silence erupted with a bang, a bullet goes off, Yash limps back with
blood on his hands, I hear Jyoti scream Kailash's name, I look over and
see Kailash and Sachin managed to pin the masked man on the floor.
Rakesh whips out his cellphone and calls the police and the ambulance.
Everything is silent again, Rakesh applies pressure on Yash's wound
when sirens are heard, the police come in first and arrest the masked
man, then the ambulance come and take Yash away. We all went outside
with the police officers who requested us to come with them and give
"and thats how it happened" The police officer nods his head and
turns the stereo off and ushers for me to leave, I obey and leave the
room, I catch sight of Jyoti, Kailash, Sachin and Rakesh also leaving
the other interrogation rooms with one question on their minds "how was
Yash?" We all got our answers as a police officer informs us that Yash
was out of danger. We're all grateful and leave the stattion, we take a
breif look at each other, we may be strangers to each other, but we
were connected, with this one day that neither one of us would forget.