Max was in his office, fuming and trying to concentrate. All day at the office, he’d been having just…nothing seemed right. Ever since…he’d gone to the basement and gotten his new ID card that morning, he just didn’t feel like himself, at all.
Sure, the picture…looked like him, but it wasn’t who he’d been when he’d walked in the building, somehow he knew that too. He’d been smaller, and younger, with a sharp haircut and a clean face. Now…he felt like some damn ape! He was thick, hairy all over, stringing together two sentences was hard, and every time his twinky little secretary passed by his office carrying a stack of papers…he couldn’t stop himself. He’d bend that boy over his desk and fuck his sweet little hole, grunting the whole time–he was beginning to suspect that the secretary was actually passing his door more often on purpose.
Now, he was trying to concentrate. It was getting harder and harder to remember he’d been different, but he was clinging to it as hard as he could–it had started with that new ID, he was sure of it somehow. He’d just go back down there and ask–it couldn’t hurt, right? So he left his office, stomping off down the hall to the elevator–he almost made it without incident, but he ran into Trent, the cumdump from floor eight–and the old fuck just looked so desperate for work, that he let the old pig suck him off in the elevator, as they rode down to the basement. The guy did good work–Max came by floor five, and when they reached the basement, Trent rode back up to find some more work to do.
It was late in the afternoon, and the crowd that had been down here earlier, getting new badges from the single photographer, was gone. It was a bit…eerie even. He found his way to the security station, and was waved back to see the photographer, who looked to be relaxing a bit, but perked up when Max came in. “Hi, uh, you did my security badge earlier, but…well, I don’t think it’s right…”
“Oh?” the photographer asked, and inspected it. “It looks like you–and your job title is Fuckape, right?”
“Yeah, I mean…I guess. But I looked…different before? I think? My heads a little confused I guess. I just…wanted to ask you.”
“Ah, yeah, I’ve been waiting to see who was more resistant–go one, stand over on the blue square, we can fix it right up.”
Relieved, Max stood back over the blue spot, smiled, and the man took his photo again. The badge popped out, and Max was relieved–this one definitely looked right. He stripped out of his clothes in the office, and accepted the new uniform the photographer handed him–it had turned out the job title was wrong too, but this one sounded better anyway, to him. Feeling happy he had made the trip after all, Max got down on his knees, drank down the photographer’s load of piss, then stood up and headed for his office again, on the twelfth floor.
Once there, he found his way to the bathroom, and sat down on his ass between the two urinals, and waited. It wasn’t long before a slew of other workers came in, feeding him loads of piss, soaking him down from head to toe–it’s a good thing his uniform was so bare, or his clothes would have been soaked! But this felt much more right–he knew he was meant to the the toilet bear of the twelfth floor–what other job for him could there possibly be?