Alice Charlie Monologue

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Charlie has taken Alice on another date to to a park where a concert was being held. Alice effortlessly made herself comfortable and played very easy going whereas Charlie still acted a bit awkward. Alice told him not to think so much about it and just “feel” the music. That didn't help Charlie a whole lot because he still thought too much about it. He's still having a difficult time getting the nerve to be more physically romantic with Alice. Charlie still stresses over this because he knows he's still childish when it comes to these things and he realizes how bad it shows. He then hallucinates of a young boy exposing himself and freaks out that maybe Alice saw him. Panic and anxiety overwhelms Charlie greatly. Charlie leaves and thinks he's …show more content…
He finds his way to Alice’s apartment once again and vents about various things. He talks about how he doesn't want to see anyone at the laboratory and how he is just scared and lonely. Alice tried calming him down again but her tone of voice and choice of words quickly became sensual. A flashback of Charlie's youth came over him how his mother would beat him whenever he got an erection. Charlie got nervous and just told Alice to kiss him. Alice obeyed and Charlie felt all the panic rush through him again. This unfortunately caused Charlie to turn away, collapse and cry himself to sleep in Alice’s …show more content…
They talk for a few and decide to make arrangements for the two to go have an “intimate time” together. Before they go to leave, she informs Charlie that she is pregnant. Charlie quickly reacted and told her she was “filthy” and she “ought to be ashamed of herself”. The woman took off and Charlie grabbed her shoulder and tried explaining he meant no harm, but she began screaming. Other people in the park thought he tried raping the woman and the tried to get him, which only made the situation worst. But luckily, Charlie got away fast enough. I think this is another prime example of how sexually immature Charlie really is. This has a lot to do with the way his mother treated him about girls and his body when he was

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