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Alphabetical Argument

flapper costumeDaily Prompt:    Create a short story, piece of memoir, or epic poem that is 26 sentences long, in which the first sentence begins with “A” and each sentence thereafter begins with the next letter of the alphabet.

Alice, are you aware of the time?

Back off Buster, you are such a bloody butthead.

Could you please refrain from calling me names?

Dumb ass dork.

Enough, just get your own stupid ass in gear, we are going to be so freaking late.

F off.

Good God, you would aggravate a saint.

HA – well good thing there’s none of those around here to be aggravated.

Is that really what you’re wearing?

Just trying it on to see.

Know what would work better?

Let’s hear it, Einstein.

Making up your mind now so we at least have a faint chance in hell of getting there before the whole thing is over.

No shit, you nerd brained numb nuts.

Oh, for the love of all that’s holy, that one looks perfectly fine, let’s get out of here.

Piss off and get out of my way.

Quit being so damned querulous.

Really – such a big word – do I have time to look that up?

Shut up and put on your shoes.

This outfit makes my ass look huge.

Uh, no, not going there.

Very good choice.

What the hell, seriously, you’re going to wear that… that….?

X-rated floozy dress?

Yes, holy crap, Alice, it took you this long to end up looking like a 1920’s flapper?

Zip it Mr. Punctuality – I’m all set and you’re wasting time – let’s get this show on the road!

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Weekend Writing Challenge: Sometimes We Argue

“Looks like we’re going to get some weather.”

“Well thanks for pointing that out.”

“What are you rolling your eyes for? There’s some nasty storm clouds brewing in the west.”

“Then maybe you should say nasty weather, instead of just weather, since we get weather every day.”

“It’s a figure of speech.”

“No it’s not.”

“Yeah it is.”

“For the love of Gawd, it’s just a stupid phrase you made up that doesn’t even say anything significant. Throw some adjectives in there somewhere.”

“Just because you were an English major doesn’t mean you know everything.”

“Yeah it does.”

“No it doesn’t.”

“This is the stupidest argument we’ve ever had. And don’t even TRY to argue with that.”

“Close the windows, it’s starting to rain.”

“Fine.”

“Fine.”

“You should have been a weatherman.”

“What? I can’t hear you – it’s pouring.”

“NOTHING! Let’s just enjoy the weather before it goes away.”

“You’re rolling your eyes again.”

“I am not.”

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