Published: July 09, 2011
Words: 4,943 (approximate)
John Lindstrom has an argument with his long time girlfriend, Marge and opts to cheat on her with a hot looking brunette. However his guilt gets the best of him when he discovers something so despicable to him that he can’t even stand to be with himself. When Marge asks for his forgiveness it is almost more than John can bear. Finally he finds a note from her that explains everything.
John Lindstrom finds himself in a peck of trouble when he leaves the bar with a hot brunette with violet eyes. He and his girlfriend, Marge have just had another disagreement so John has been drinking his troubles away. But he is filled with guilt after he chooses to spend another night with the hot brunette instead of with his girlfriend.
Then John discovers something so despicable to him that he can't even stand to be with himself. He hides out on the way to his apartment because he believes that everyone that looks at him will know it too. When John's girlfriend, Marge calls to ask his forgiveness, it is almost too much for him to bear. Finally he decides to face his girlfriend, but when she tells him what she wants from him, he becomes literally sick. John refuses her request and she leaves. He takes her calm acceptance to mean that she is very angry with him and may never speak to him again. Finally he finds a note from her that explains everything.
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, short story
, carol marlene smith
, humour and romance
, foiled again
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on July 29, 2011 :
this is an excellent short story. The dialogue and general writing is superb. Author should write more dry comedy as that seems to be her forte. Bravo!!
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