Alright look, here's another one, "Domestic Disturbance"!!!
The cops get a call to an address about a domestic disturbance, right...okay.
They drive up to a house in an upper middle-class neighborhood, get out the patrol-car and start walking up the walkway when a chair (or some other type of furniture) comes flyin' out the second story window. From the room where the...whatever...flew out of, there's screams, growlin' and other strange voices with lights flickering in the background of the room. Now check it, both cops look at each other. One says, "you're thinking what I'm thinking?" The other one says, "yeah, looks like its gonna be one of those night again".
Okay, they get up to the front door and ring the doorbell (or knock on the door, whatever). The door is opened and there's a man and woman standing there looking all excited and distraught. They both look like somebody's been b*tch-slapping them around for hours. One of them (you choose witch one) says, "oh officers, we're so glad you're here" the other one look around nervously. They continue, "it's our daughter", or you can say "son" but "daughter" usually has a better effect, "she hasn't been well and lately she's been having these terrible fits". The cops are acting nonchalant, shaking their heads as if what they're hearing is a routine thing. All this is going on while strange noises, yelling and cursing is coming from upstairs...as a matter of fact, the house even do a little bit of rumbling a couple of times. One of the cops tells his partner, "look, I'll go up stairs and check out the situation while you get the information". The other one says, "alright". The mother says something corny like, "oh please be careful with her, she's really a nice girl, she's just been under a lot of stress lately and feeling a little under the weather". The cop assures her that everything's gonna be alright.
Okay now, while the other cop is talking to the parents and taking down notes, things went somewhat quiet for a little while upstairs. Then, all of a sudden, the noises and voices start up again more intensely, there's rumbling again, the lights in the house flickers on and off when, suddenly, the cop is thrown down the stairs. His partner and the father helps him up while asking if he's alright. Okay now check it, he says that he's fine but it looks like they have a "so-and-so" (some b***s*** police code number, you make it up) on their hands. So one of the cops call it in on his walkie-talkie while the other one tells the parents that in procedures like this, they are not equip to deal with such situations. He continues by saying that his partner is calling for a "special unit" that handles these type of emergencies and that they are suppose to secure the area until the special unit arrives.
Okay, after waiting awhile, the special unit arrives and its three priests. They greet the cops like old buddies and that’s the thing, or at least one of things that funny about this whole scenario. The cops and the priests acting so nonchalant about the whole thing. After getting the basic details, the priests chat, laugh and joke a little with the cops. As a matter of fact, check it out...one of the priests actually walked in on the scene drinking a cup of coffee. All this going on with the parents looking bewildered and nervous and glancing at each other from time to time. When there’s a loud yell of a deep voice from upstairs, everybody looks upstairs for a few seconds then the priests and the two cops kinda laugh it off. One of the priests even nonchalantly waves his hand in that direction then shakes his head with a smirk on his face as if to say, ”he’s at it again”. One of the older priests calmly ask the cop that got thrown down about how the girl looked, what did she say, did her head spin all the way around or did she bend all the way backwards, etc. After that little bit of questioning, the two older priests tells the youngest one (the rooky) to stay with the parents and get more info such as the girl’s background, family history and so on then they start up the stairs. The cops offers to stick around if they [the priests] think they will need any help. The priests reassured the cops that everything’s alright, they got it. So the cops leave.
Okay, that’s the gist of it but the main key is how the cops and the priests are carrying on like its no big deal, a routine thing.
So, what do you think?
Last edited by Black Sunlite (2011-09-08 11:26:44)