Walking down a hallway with doors that are mirrored on either side. There are unmentionables flying back and forth between the doors. You try to pick out which ones are yours, but lace is hard to distinguish at these speeds.
You’re walking down a grocery aisle, and you slip through the crack of one of the tiles. You fall for what feels like forever, and land in hell. Three of your grandparents are waiting for you, but you always thought they were good people.
“There is a snake in this room whose venom is so deadly that your heart would stop before you even knew he’d bitten you. There is a snake who can open her mouth so wide she could swallow all of us, together, in one gulp. There is a pair of snakes who have learned to drive a car so recklessly that they would run you over in the street and never stop to apologize.”—The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket (via friedvamp)