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Now more than ever, pop culture is about the small stuff — an obscure TV show, a few notes in a pop song, a tweet. Are you thirsty, Angus? This one hisses, it lilts. You puzzle over it for a moment before realizing, yes:. You find yourself in front of a warehouse.
No, a factory. It is night. You have no idea how much time has passed. Perhaps time is what is made in this factory.
She meets your gaze and disappears inside. In the distance, a siren moans. You approach the landing. You see a pair of stiletto boots. A severe face. Two severe faces. Eyes smoked and hair swept aside by hot breath as the dragon disgorges them.
The voice returns.
You might be wondering, is this the one you want? Or is that? You see the woman from the window, perched on the end of a desk in a poorly lit room, exposing one leg. No, uncoiling one leg. There is a bottle on the table next to her. You are 20 feet away from her, and then you are inches away from her.
Your faces meet. But you know it is her voice inside your head, the voice of the thirst. She gestures to a glass containing a single, perfect ice cube, next to a bottle of scotch. But you are thirsty. Will she pour you a drink, Woman want nsa Dewar the thirst? Not yet. She withdraws the hand, twirls her necklace between her fingers, draws it to her lips. Is she the beautiful girl from the mallthe one you knew long ago? Till you taste it. For yourself. She has learned from the master.
For both of you. Death takes what he wants and moves on to the next thing. She pours. Raises the glass. Takes a sip. She reaches for the bottle. Again, not your brand, but at this point, the label is irrelevant. The thirst is unbearable.
A parched man in the desert does not stop to ask for top-shelf oasis water. He drinks greedily from the guts of a cactus. She grabs the bottle and runs. You find her on a rooftop. She paces, drinks, teaches. A warehouse now. A fan stops. She is here. Everything is gold. Her voice is both inside and outside your head. A single bee alights, delivers a sting, as if on cue. She stirs her drink with the stung finger, sucks out the poison. Then she places the open bottle on the windowsill, beyond the torn screen.
Beyond your reach. You know a threat when you hear one. Archive marklisanti. See all from Mark Lisanti. See all Hollywood Prospectus. Facebook Twitter Print.
You puzzle over it for a moment before realizing, yes: You are thirsty, Angus. The voice knew. It knows. And all goes dark. They do not look thirsty. A door slides open. You are still thirsty, Angus. And so you pursue.
Drinks again. Steps off. And so you jump. She gasps. You gasp. Is it finally time for you to drink? The fan whirs to life, breaking the heat. You reach outside for the bottle. And that is when the bees come. The swarm fills the room in an instant. The glass never reaches your lips. Where there was air, there are now only bees.
So many bees. She giggles. You will always be thirsty. Mark Lisanti is an editor at Grantland. July 27, Bob Benson vs.Woman want nsa Dewar
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