WAIT UNTIL LATE AT NIGHT TO DRIVE BACK
Now I don’t know about you, but standing next to a car parked next to a forest for a few hours twiddling my thumbs isn’t exactly my idea of fun. After what seemed like an eternity of waiting, I opened the car door and sat down in the driver’s seat to rest my legs. Then, after another eternity, I checked the time on the car radio. By my estimate I had been waiting for about ten minutes and I was already bored out of my mind.
I rummaged through my satchel, looking for something to entertain me. I pulled out my new shovel, unfolded it. Then I got out of the car and yelled something along the lines of “You dare to challenge me?” to the silent forest. Then I fought against an imaginary opponent, swinging my shovel like a sword. After a while, I was really getting the hang of it.
Then, a voice, a greeting from behind me. “Hey there.” I spun around, my shovel flying through the air. There was a clang as it impacted with the person’s head. They fell to the ground with a heavy thud. Whoops.
There was only one thing to do: