Choose Your Adventure Write a story or post with an open ending, and let your readers invent the conclusion.
A bunch of cousins were all set for their elder cousin-brother’s wedding. And as was expected they all were happy and excited at this news, they were going to have the time of their lives (depends on you- the reader). Although, each one of them was quite busy either with work or with studies there was no chance they were going to miss on such a fun opportunity to finally unwind themselves. So, they kept their calendar dates open for the occasion, went shopping, helped with preparations and when the day came they were ready for the party.
As fabulous as the bride and groom were, so was the scenic location, everyone was mesmerised and had a great time – clicking pictures, dancing, chatting, dancing, making the awkward small talk with the uncles and aunties and more dancing before heading towards the buffet (now we’re talking). Anyway, every thing was running so smooth and everyone was ecstatic, and some even drunk. These kids were a good bunch they made a quiet entry and a normal exit.
Now it was time to head back home, it was around midnight and those who wanted could leave in anyone of the transport facilities available. The cars for close relatives were almost filled and had gone. But the cousins got hold of one car and soon their car was finding its way through the hilly terrains under the moon light, it was all so beautiful, but the thick forest and the hooting owls were not helping – the cousins found it a little eerie, so to speak.
And an hour and half later their car stops and the driver says, “my car can not manage going downhill and it is too dark and dangerous to drive on this muddy, wet road. You guys are young and can make the walk so, why do you not just walk? It is safer.”
One cousin says, “lets wait for others to come and then we can walk with them….”
Second cousin says, “…Meanwhile the roaring tigers can feast on us.”
Third cousin, “c’mon it would be our adventure. We have the choice to choose an adventure.”
Fourth cousin, “You are crazy!!”
Fifth cousin, “Crazy is good.”
Sixth cousin, “You guys need to chill out and use those flash light apps in your phones or else some sort of animal is bound to attack us.”
Seventh cousin (the native), “You guys sound like a bunch of tourists. Nothing is going to attack you, just follow me. I know the way. It is only 1 to 2 Kilometers.”