Robert was fucking done with trolls. Everytime he went into a chatroom, message board, or, hell, even play an online game someone had to talk shit just because they felt safe hiding behind a monitor. Several months ago, while playing his favorite shooter, some bitch going by Saki teased him about his username, LongRob, and made jokes about how big his dick really was. Saki's jests, however innocent she thought they were, nearly drove him to suicide.
After being roasted by Saki, Robert smashed his computer monitor and went to the bath to slit his wrists. As he sat in the water with a knife in his right palm a powerful question entered his mind: why should he be the one to die? Saki was the one being a rude bitch by making dick jokes about his username; so shouldn't she be the one to die, instead of him? Robert tossed the knife aside and started thinking of a way to make this Saki bitch pay for teasing him.
After replacing his monitor Robert set out to locating Saki and stalking the smartass bitch to her home. He managed to find her social media accounts and started stalking her pages to find out as much information on her as possible; the most important was, of course, where she lived, what she looked like, and what she did during the day. Saki was a seventeen-year-old with platinum blonde hair and an hourglass figure. From what Robert could figure out she was a lot like him in some ways: she stayed in her room all day playing video games. Saki had hundreds of people on her friends list, but they seemed to be people she barely knew; she operated a somewhat successful gaming channel, and a lot of fans of her show added her on. Robert made a fake account and added her myself: she accepted within an hour.
Robert eventually grew tired of stalking her online and one day sold his computer, along other gaming systems and high-dollar devices, to get enough money for a trip to the town she lived in. One road trip and two days later Robert arrived on the outskirts of her town. He stalked her to and from school, the only time she left the house, to study her daily routine. Saki lived with her mother and a younger sibling; her mom usually worked until midnight and her little brother always stayed out until eleven while Saki was playing her games or whatever else she did. After four days Robert decided to put his plan into action.
Friday afternoon gave way to evening and Robert was waiting in his car at the park down the street. He watched tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.