PAUSING completely like a scared animal after hearing a noise on the other side of the door, a miserable man waits patiently inside his house, in the dark, for his neighbour to enter the adjacent apartment, in a bid to leave without being forced to say “hello”, thus maintaining minimum human interaction.
“Wait a second, wait, there’s someone …”, he said to himself, tuning his ear and carefully analyzing the steps of his neighbor and the sound of their lock, carefully holding his breath to make sure no noise gave him away.
“Not yet, don’t come out… wait, wait … come on, come on, you son of a bitch, I’m in a hurry,” he said to himself as he remained completely in the dark, gazing at the closed door of his home as if he could see through it, making sure to hold his keys tightly so as not to produce a sound.
However, at the last minute, he left his burrow like a helpless animal, only to meet another neighbour waiting for the elevator, condemning him to 40 seconds of awkward lift-time.
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