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pushed the knife so it glided on the floor and reached my feet. I picked it up and murmured a little thanks. Ha! Not so funny now is it? His face fell and he and another robber was charging towards me while the other two were loading their bags with money from the cash register.
The two men were going to grab me at the same time, I kicked one in the stomach hard while I twisted the hand of the knife-less one. The bone cracking sound was heard and he shouted unmanly. Thank God I learn taekwondo. I kicked the knife away from the one I just kicked in the stomach as he was on the floor clutching his stomach. Since he was unarmed, a man then used what it looked like a chain and tied the robber's hands tightly.
The knife-less robber used his untwisted hand to throw a punch at me but I grabbed his fist along with his twisted hand with one hand and pointed his own knife at his neck with my other hand. He stopped struggling and the same man tied his hands. The other two robbers were just finished unloading the money and opened their mouth in disbelief when they saw the other robbers on the floor, helpless.
I threw one of my blade to one of the robber's hand and another blade to the other robber's hand. The two blades successfully pierced their hands and stuck there, they screamed in pain while fresh red blood started trickling down. I was amazed of my high accuracy I got from archery class years ago.
"Jimmy! She is a bloody assassin!" one of the robbers shouted. "Let’s get out of here!" The other robber nodded in agreement, he looked like he was speechless and was looking in awe at the blade stuck in his hand. They both ran out from the counter hurriedly.
"FREEZE!" Three policemen shouted while they rushed into the shop, guns held high. They looked speechless. "I thought I heard noises." "They're settled." I said to them while I walked out from the shop.
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