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I was conned

Do you ever feel like something is about to happen before it does? I feel this every time I come down the stairs and I just know that my partner is planning on jumping out at me for a laugh. I know it’s bound to happen and yet when it does, I’m not prepared and end up jumping and screaming like a wally. This usually happens a few times a week as well as Andy saying something for a joke and me falling for it hook, line and sinker.

I have to admit that as I’m writing this, I’m only just recovering from his latest joke. To set the scene, I was downstairs tidying up after tea whilst Andy was up in the office. I suddenly heard a loud thump before Andy was yelping in pain and so being the loving, caring girlfriend that I am, I didn’t hesitate in running up the stairs as fast as I could. I couldn’t believe what I was faced with – Andy on the floor, with blood dripping down his face, after he had hit his head on the corner of the desk. Running into the bathroom, I grabbed some tissue and returned to try and wipe up some of the blood. When I took the tissue away, it was pinker than blood usually is and I could see no wound on his head – it was then that I realised I had been had yet again.

After about 20 minutes of Andy laughing at my expense, he finally told me what he had done. Rather than falling and hitting his head, he had snuck into the bathroom to apply some fake blood left over from Halloween. He then returned to office where he thumped down on his knees and hit the desk hard with his hand. The only thing that really took place was the yelp, although that wasn’t in pain like I previously thought. Andy had obviously planned it well and I completely fell for it yet again. I will leave a photo at the bottom of this post so you can see how realistic it looked.

Morale of the story, I need to watch him like a hawk in future. I do have one question for anyone reading this though, how can I get him back? I’ve been trying to think of a way of getting revenge but am struggling for ideas, so any suggestions would be greatly received.

If you want to find out more about Andy, check out this blog post.

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