We're up to May in my notebook now. Not sure what was going on in this story...
Jonathan took the pizza out of the oven. It still wasn't cooked. Why wouldn't it cook?
The oven was switched on, it was hot. The pizza had been in there for half an hour. It wasn't even warm.
"You've failed me," said Jessica.
Jonathan ignored her. He always failed her. It was practically his job to fail her.
But this time, something worried him. The voices were one thing, but this. This was weird. This shouldn't be happening.
"You'd be surprised," said Ranjit, "by what some people think is normal."
It was a shame really, that this was only the first night that Jonathan noticed that some things - some actual real things that had happened - were impossible. Otherwise he might have had time to make a plan to save himself.
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