The Smell of Old Books (Sans/Reader) - ch. 19The Smell of Old Books (Sans/Reader) - ch. 19 by ribbonedskies
(trigger warnings for hangovers and extreme anxiety)
Oh god, your head hurt so bad. It felt like a million elephants had just gone on a rampage inside your brain. The minute you opened up your eyes, you already began to regret it.
You sat there for a moment, not wanting to move in fear of making it worse. You knew you'd have to get up eventually, but maybe not right now...
You tried prying your eyes open again and felt confusion. Where were you? What had happened?
Last thing you could remember was that-
You were a grade A idiot, definitely. Sans probably hated you by now.
Although you'd love to trash talk yourself for longer, you had a stupid migraine that was the bigger issue at hand. You hadn't gotten a headache like this in years. You definitely hadn't missed them though.
You got up to move off the couch. An overwhelming feeling of nausea came up and you had to throw a hand over your mouth to prevent throwi
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"Hello?" You called out once more, clutching Journal number one and a half (#1 1/2) close to your chest. Something had lured you out here; you weren't sure what but you could feel its presence.
Soon, you began to lose your patience. "Hello?!"
It was only after a loud crash was heard to your left that you realized you probably shouldn't have been shouting out in the woods at night.
You whipped around only to see nothing but the forms of the trees that suddenly looked so much more menacing than they had earlier. You laughed nervously, wishing you had put a chain on your adventurous spirit and hadn't so foolishly followed an unknown being deep into the forest.
You needed to get back. You turned, mind set on going home, or stopping by The Mystery Shack to see if those twins were there.
You stopped when you saw only trees and grass around you, some half dead and blackened or stretching towards you with thin
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You couldn't escape him. No matter what you tried, no matter where you went, no matter how you begged.
If you stayed at home, he appeared in your shadow and taunted you in every room. The kitchen, your bedroom, the shower. If you made sure to never be alone all day and hung out with your friends, he visited you in your dreams.
It had gotten to the point where you began to skip sleeping for days at a time, in a futile attempt to escape the nightmares and laughs that followed you and bounced around your skull. Dipper and Mabel even confronted you on your state, the bags under your eyes prominent no matter how you tried to cover it up with false smiles and reassuring winks. You couldn't get them into your situation. You wouldn't allow for them to get into your situation. You would simply have to find a way on your own to get rid of the terrifying dream demon.
And those words.
It was always those exact words, every day, almost every hour, every time y