By Zack - 01/04/2012 21:36 - United States - Duncannon
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14 - The noises that she was making was coming from downstairs. I suppose that the light switch could be really loud or something, but she would have seen better (and so would he) should either of them have turned on the lights. Aren't vampires from Transylvania and not Pennsylvania though? I think that's where Kresnik and Kudlak originated.
I'm concerned about OP's thinking and nerve function, there is a huge difference in feeling someone laying in bed with you and someone not laying in bed with you. A normal person would have felt the lack of another human body in the bed and inferred it might be the girlfriend making noise.
I believe that he was using the slang term of the word smooth, as in "having suave characteristics." Of course, he had a sarcastic tone to his use of the word smooth. So, in all actuality, he is implying the exact opposite of the meaning of the slang definition. So, what was meant was that the OP was not, in fact, smooth. Just clarifying.
Excuse me if I'm wrong, but if he was using sarcasm, that was a very poor use of it. Although, you must know exactly what you are talking about. Judging by your astounding grammar skills, you are a highly educated English major. So next time, I should stop wasting my time and try to be more like you. That was an example of sarcasm used in the correct manner.
I'm sorry, but I disagree. If it WAS a legitimate robbery, fighting the person in the dark would be highly disadvantageous as well as destructive, and the ability to see would be of greater help than the loss of surprise. Also, in cases like this, it makes sure you don't accidentally assault your housemates.
Also, real robbers generally use flashlights, rather than trying to rummage around for valuables in the dark, using their hands to feel every object they come across at the pace of a snail. OP should have thought before he acted, but I don't blame him. Instincts take over, and I would have probably done the same, except, I would have turned the light on first.
You shouldn't turn the lights on or the robber can see you too. What you do is blind them with an extremely bright flashlight and as they're squinting and trying to figure it all out, unload a few rounds into them until they stop moving. Then call the cops and let them handle it from there. Robbery Defense 101.