Jahāngīrābād He looked surprised to see me.
“Why are you here? I thought you were going to Chey and Stefanos’ class.”
“Well, I was going to go their class, but I’ve never been to this class. And the only reason why I was going to their class was because I thought they were hot and that didn’t seem like a good enough reason.”
“It sounds like a good enough one to me.”
Still, I hesitated.
“Pick a number between one and a thousand.”
“That’s not it; go to the class.”
“No. We can do this, but you’ll be here for a while.”
I had another solution.
“Does anyone have a quarter?”
It was time for fate to decide.
One of Gray’s attendees didn’t have a quarter, but he had a coin.
“What is it for?”
“Just flip it.”
“Okay, but you’ve made the decision.”
He flipped his coin. It landed on tails.
I started walking away.
“Oh, I see how it is.”
“But you told me to go.”
“Yes, go. I mean nothing to you.”
“You’re mean,” I whimpered.
Gray smiled his wry knowing grin.
I trudged off up the hill towards the Dungeon.
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