Monday, October 25, 2021

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 Blogging time was spent locked in our building's lift. 

20 comments:

  1. Aaaargh. That is something I always fear. I am very glad that you are now free.

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  2. Oh, wow! Complain to the landlord!

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  3. Not something I would cope with easily.

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  4. One of my worst fears! Good that you’re alive to tell the tale.

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  5. Lord. You'll need a nip of scotch after that. Was it just the two of you?

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  6. Welp. I foresee one heck of a blog post tomorrow!

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  7. Oh my goodness, not good at all..

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  8. The question must be "Who would you most like to be locked in a lift with?".

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  9. Completely understand, sorry it happen.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

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  10. I have a little mild claustrophobia, so I would be very very quietly huddled into a ball in the corner of that lift. hope you weren't in there too long.

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  11. Oh no, that's like a movie. Did you get out ok? Are you out of it?

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  12. Were you rescued by a fireman?

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  13. Now that's a loaded sentence . . . Waiting for the follow-up post :)

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  14. For such a short post, this is very compelling! Do tell!

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  15. Hope you're doing well...! I've experienced this once in my life -for 50 minutes- and it made me claustrophobic ever since.

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  16. I experiences this in Toronto on the 50th floor and dear goddess, it haunts one forever. I hope you're not too bamboozled and nerve ridden.

    XO
    WWW

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  17. I don't think I would handle it well. Hope you have recovered.

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  18. I don't have many fears, but I am claustrophobic. Friends told me about their adventures caving years ago, going through small spaces, and I had to make them stop. Getting stuck in a lift would do my head in.

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  19. "Blogging time was spent locked in our building's lift."

    Thank god you had time to complete this sentence because if you hadn't, it would have read like this:

    "Blogging time was spent locked in... "

    Imagine your readers trying to figure out what happened. Where were you locked in--jail? Were you "locked in" by fascists who thought you were Jewish--or knew you were gay? Did you travel to the Middle East and the Islamic State got you, or to China where you were accused of spying because China is mad at Australia? Moreover (what a word!), would you ever escape to write again, or would this be the last we would ever hear from you.

    Well, there you have it, you wrote a post that inspired comments that were longer than the post itself.

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