Here it is 6:30 and someone stands holding a balloon while it is inflating to or beyond its capacity. Behind them sits the supply tank stamped with an X-person emblem on the face.
After escaping their captors, balloons fly in crazy directions and bump things in their flight. When air is allowed to escape through the balloon's choke point the release makes either a squealing or fluttering sound that causes people to either hold their nose because they are reminded of something foul or hold their ears due to the high pitched noise. When under excessive internal pressures the balloon will burst with a noise that causes everything to fall silent for a moment or two. We, like balloons, can only take in so much until it becomes uncomfortable. We can either let it out or pop.
Facing you: This condition has you continuing to delay action while you await an external situation to become transformed. As the pressure increases, you should move further and further away. To relieve the pressure you have to find and free the choke point.
Facing away: An individual or group is being pressed by the weight of this condition. They know then need to act, but not sure if this is the right time. They are going to wait a while longer to see if anything changes.
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