Eerie

Published June 3, 2016 by Iphis of Scyros

On Tuesday evening, I went over to my brother’s place to catch up on some DVDs, only to find out that my parents expected us both to come over for dinner and catching up on TV with my dad.  (He doesn’t like to watch TV alone, so if my mother isn’t interested in a show, he expects one or both of us to come watch it with him.)

By the time we were brought back to my brother’s place (my father had picked us up for reasons that would take too long to explain), it was about 9:00 at night, and as we headed into his condo to get the stuff I’d left behind so I could drive back to my place, I commented that it must have rained at his place, since my car was covered in little droplets.

But as I was heading to my car, I noticed that my brother’s car, right next to mine, was entirely dry.

So was the car on the other side of mine.

I had to go back in and get my brother to make sure that he was seeing it, too, and that it wasn’t just my imagination.

Either there was a localized rainstorm right over my car, or something very weird was going on.

The only logical explanation I can come up with is that maybe there was a light shower all over — or that the sprinklers were going crazy and splattered all over the cars — and that for some reason the water droplets just stayed on my car and not on any of the others.  Maybe the dealership used some kind of strange wax when they washed my car or something.  I don’ t know.  It was creepy as heck, though, whatever the explanation.

(The reason I’m only posting this now is because of scheduled posts for Wednesday and Thursday.)

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