The White Room (1)

An interactive story for readers.
You wake up in a white room. There is a steel door across from you and no windows in sight. The only ounce of light is the thin, golden sliver under the door.

The room is empty, aside from the small bed you've woken up in.

Your head is throbbing with an intense ache. Your stomach hurts for some unusual reason - it feels like it's been punched. Unfortunately, you have no recollection of how you arrived here.

You walk up to the door and try to open it. It's locked. You can hear voices outside. One male and one female, engaged in conversation. What do you do?
What do you do?
Demand that they let you out.
Politely ask them to open the door.
Punch and kick at the door.
Calm down and meditate.
Hide under the bed.
Published: 1/24/2019
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