"Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa--" I screamed, then
"Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa--" I screamed, then paused to take a deep breath. "--aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh." My friend blinked at me. "Wow," she said.5
"You were right." she continued, "You really can scream the loudest." Andrew's smile grew wide, and wider still, it continued to grow, tearing at his cheeks, letting the smile grow5
into something reminiscent of 'The Grinch'. The girl felt her heart skip a beat and stumbled back. "How... how are you doing that?" Andrew said nothing, his smile still widening.3
Gradually, I came to realize that Andrew wasn't what I thought he was. Instead of the gentle, kind, loving man that I'd grown up with, he was transforming into5
McGruff the Crime Dog, but instead of the dog-police uniform, he was wearing a pink glittery tutu. "Andrew? Wha? What is happening?" I squeaked out, tears streaming down my face4
. I was so touched by his gesture. As he began the first petite cabriole, I knew he'd choreographed my script for McGruff Crime Dog Redux for the Policemans ball. The Policechief5
smelled like freshly tanned leather. I offered him a pinch of Copenhagen. "I put a little whiskey in it." We started winking at each other and curling our lips. The Policeman's bal4
lsack slowly inexorably began to creep out of his way-too-short shorts, much to the chagrin of the nuns next to us in the Denney's. Suddenly my huevos rancheros didn't sound so4
exotic.There was something surreal about the moment that made me order kielbasa and saurkraut instead. "We'll have what he's having," the nuns said in unison. Isack poked his head4
around the booth, surprised to see a bunch of husky, grizzled, hairy broads in habits. One turned her milky eye to Isack and pursed her lips in a kiss. Isack fainted dead away.3
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PurpleProf Feb 15 2013 @ 14:17
Lots of great imagery in this one. I am particularly fond of the first two folds.
jayursus Feb 15 2013 @ 22:58
Not so proud of my contribution, but being left with "bal-" at the end of the previous one just screamed for what I wrote. All I could think of from that moment forward was "Reno 9-1-1" LOL
PurpleProf Feb 15 2013 @ 23:05
But you see, it all worked out because I thought Isack was Jewish, which was what made ordering Kielbasa and sauerkraut and meeting those nuns such a surreal experience for him. But apparently in the end it was all too much for him.
MoralEnd Feb 15 2013 @ 23:10
Jayursus, there really was only way to go on that one. Be proud.