Sensory Overload

Sensory Overload
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  • Oh my!
  • MY WELLINGTON!
  • Did you kill the dog?
  • No, I did not.
  • Christopher walks outside to see Mrs. Shears dog, Wellington had been murdered with a garden fork in the night time. Christopher is very upset as he really likes dogs
  • I'm going to ask again. Did you kill this dog? You seem very upset
  • The police arrive with Wellington in Christopher's arms. There's two officers that arrive to the scene. Christopher looks very suspicious as he's holding Wellington in his arms even though the dog still has the fork in it and is bleeding.
  • *GROANING*
  • As Christopher is sitting the police officer asks Christopher if he had murdered Wellington with the fork, in which he denies. The police officer is convinced Christopher had killed the dog and is persistently asking him questions
  • What.. the..
  • The police officer was asking too many questions and too little of time for Christopher to answer. His brain was like loaves of bread with the questions stacking up. When Christopher is recieving too much information he tends to do his coping mechanisms even if they seem a bit odd to others.
  • Christopher rolled onto the lawn and pressed his forehead into the lawn. He then started to make his groaning noise to help with the sensory overload. Christopher makes his groaning when too much information is coming into his head.
  • The police officer picked Christopher up by his arm and lifted him up to his feet. Christopher doesn't like to be touched and as a result from all this information coming into his head, Christopher hits the officer.
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