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When I got home, I found the remains of a half-smoked cigarette in an ashtray on the table. I live alone, and I most certainly don’t smoke. The ashtray was something I bought for him before we broke up.
The smell of smoke lingered in the air. It reminded me of him.
Suddenly, I was overcome with fear. Did he perhaps have an accident and was dying somewhere right that very moment? A bad feeling came over me, so I called him in a hurry.
He was absolutely fine.
“You wanna get back together?” he said, ridiculous as always, so I told him to bugger off and die, idiot, and then hung up.
After thinking on it a while, I sent him an email.