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From Olivia: Your character just attended a comedy show. Did they like it? What are their thoughts?
Write for 10 minutes. Post your piece to comments.
Posted on March 28, 2017, in Writing Prompt. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
She giggled under her breath by my side in the car, I was driving she was passenger. It was a wonderful first date, the right person, the right time, the right place, but the wrong show. I thought the guy was absolutely horrendous. He didn’t tell one joke I liked, or understood. But her she was, 20 minutes into the drive home still giggling at his stupid jokes.
“What about that guy did you find so funny?” I ask, with a note of confusion in my voice.
“He wasn’t even that funny! Did you get his jokes?”
She giggled again, a bit higher pitch this time.
I turn in the drivers seat to look over at her,
“I’m not even that funny. Did he pay you to laugh?” I turn my attention back to the road and just as I look away, she giggles.
“What is going on? Did you even like him at all?”
ANOTHER GIGGLE! This is so frustrating. I pull into her driveway, cut the engine and stare at her hard.
She pulls out her phone from underneath her leg and taps it once.
I break into a broad smile, “All your laughs were recorded!”
Finally she speaks, “Oh goodness yes, that guy was terrible!”
I have to admit, Alexia, I had to read this twice to understand this! 😉 This was witty!
Thanks Christi! 🙂
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