When he woke up again, he was lying on the grass outside of the facility. The sky above was paling, so it had to be almost morning. Slowly blinking, Daniel turned his head to side and saw his friends standing next to the car, deeply in conversation.
Daniel began to sit up, but his body still didn´t fully obey him. When he saw the horse legs moving where his feet were supposed to be, he felt his heartbeats speeding up. It wasn´t a dream, after all. He ran a hand over his chest, flinching when it touched the breasts. He was still changed.
“Hey, you´re up,” Jake said, walking to him. He crunched down to Daniel and patted his shoulder. “How are you feeling?”
“Weird?” Daniel said unsurely. Snorting, Jake nodded his head.
“Yeah, sure,” he said. “It must be quite a change.”
“Sure it is,” Daniel said a bit harshly. “What will I do?”
“Maybe it´s not permanent,” Jake said, trying to be helpful, but both of them knew that it wasn´t very likely. With a sigh, Daniel managed to sit up awkwardly.
“What now?” he asked no one in particular. He wished that his friends would tell him that it was all just a creepy prank, one that wasn´t really funny. But they only stared at him, strangely calm, as if the sudden change of their friend didn´t freak them out.
Daniel, on the other hand, was freaked out enough on his own. He didn’t even notice when his friends came to his side until Pammy addressed him.
“Can you get up?” she asked, offering him her hand.
Written by lulu-illussions on 16 February 2018