The other day, a strange memory came back to me. It's funny how our minds work, pulling up moments from the past at the most unexpected times. This particular memory was from a solo trip I took to South Goa, a place known for its scenic beauty and laid-back vibe.

I was driving down a desolate road, the kind that makes you feel like you're the only person left on Earth. The rain was pouring down in sheets, transforming the landscape into a series of blurred, watery images. Despite the heavy rain, the drive was oddly peaceful.

What made this memory so peculiar was the audiobook I was listening to at the time. It was called 'Everyone You Love Is Going To Die,' written by a comedian. The title alone is pretty dark, especially for a comedy piece. The juxtaposition of the dreary weather and the morbidly humorous content made for a surreal experience.

It's moments like these that stick with you for some reason. They might seem absurd or out of place, but perhaps that's why they're unforgettable. The clash of the tranquil yet ominous environment with the dark humor of the audiobook created a memory that stands out vividly in my mind.

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