A Random Stranger – Convenient Incidents (53/84)

The Incense Salesman
The Keeper’s Finds (Part 2)

A Random Stranger

[You are connected to a random stranger. You both have Treeburg and North Jersey in common. Say hi!]

Stranger: hry

You: Hello.

Stranger: wahts yeur nmae

You: Cyrus. You?

Stranger: semlsl

You: Excuse me?

Stranger: smllse

You: Are… are you trying to typeSmells?

Stranger: yse. waht rea y3w d0gni

You: Sitting behind a cash register. You?

Stranger: ywo ukro ni s+03r

You: I own a store, yes.

You: A secondhand shop. I resell old stuff.

Stranger: kwel1 1 sel1 djincence spplieus, dyou wnat a f3r3 smp4le

You: A free sample? Sure. Can you bring it to my shop?

Stranger: wehre si teh soph

You: Across 511 from Melanie Queen Road. I’ll assume you’re from Treeburg; do you know the industrial park?

Stranger: yse. Wuht iz yeur sohp kalled

You: The Keeper’s Finds. I’m closing up soon, you’ll have to hurry.

Stranger: lI’l eb hetre jsut as fsat sa I nac

Stranger: u w9 fur mw

Stranger: plseae

Stranger: I wnat 2 gvye yjo fere smleap

Stranger: psleses

Stranger: L’ii evlea ryte nuw

Stranger: lpseas

Stranger: ferr elpmas

You: All right all right, relax.

Stranger: ldsgfsd

You: Yes I’ll wait. Just hurry up, I want to get some soon.

[Stranger has disconnected.]

Hello Commons, this has been the third subchapter of the tenth story from Convenient Incidents, an anthology of fifteen interconnected short stories which revolve around a man by the name of Hilter Odolf Williamson.

Convenient Incidents is part of the Third Spiral, an anthology of sorts called The Here and Now which is comprised of stories told from the various planes of Existence.

Convenient Incidents is available to read for free in its entirety on my website. Click here to check it out.

I’ve written a few other books, too. Click here to see the list.

If you like Convenient Incidents and would like to help support my work, click here and buy an autographed copy of the book (or anything else!) from my store. Alternatively, you can snag a cheaper (and unsigned) copy from Amazon by clicking here OR you can buy the ebook for even cheaper here.

If you’re there, hypothetical reader, thank you for being there. Be well Commons~

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