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From the Tales of Horror series, we find little Tommy playing in the basement...
Tommy wasn’t like normal kids, the cellar didn’t hide anything from him. To him it was a cozy, dark, cool space where he escaped his parents for a little while and had his own adventures zooming around, fighting space creatures, winning games of chance, and trying to figure out why all those storybook people cared so much about those yucky girls they always have with them. Sometimes when he played, he peeked out the basement window at one of his neighbors’ daughter, Jenny, and he thinks he gets it, but then she looks at him and he realizes she’s just another dirty, cootie covered girl.
His parents didn’t like him playing too much in the basement; they stored all their old junk down there and told him he could get injured playing with the boxes. Tommy didn’t listen to that too much though, since there were just so many nifty things down there waiting to play props for his adventures. So he always goes down when they’re not looking, and even when they caught him and scolded him he can’t help but think about the next time the old place was going to be his playground for another fun filled afternoon.