You can tell at a glance she is both damaged and desirable. A black eye mars her pretty face. Blood dribbles from her lips. She’s been drinking. A large scary looking man in a suit strides away. She is distraught. Men and women in masks surround her, but it is you she notices. “Bob?” she calls.
Your name isn’t Bob but you say nothing. She seems convinced she knows you. She grabs your arm and drags you into her tiny mobile home. A woman in a mask is nosing around but she tosses her out imperiously. She slams the door and the two of you are alone. She takes off your mask, pulls you towards a little mirror on the wall. She rubs her body against yours as you stare at your two faces framed in the mirror. “It is you,” she coos.
She manoeuvres you to a tiny table and pours two shots of tequila from a silver hip flask. You take a sip, wondering if it is just coloured sugar water, but no it is tequila, actually quite good tequila. She looks deep into your eyes, tells you she would recognise your green eyes anywhere. She launches into a rambling and tedious story about a dream. She comes even closer. Your bodies are touching. She nuzzles your neck, smells your essence. At that point, she recognizes her mistake.