Linda G. Hill

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2. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

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Note: Strong language

Saturday, September 2nd, 3:00pm
Andrea and Lacey

 

Andrea: So, she told me she’s, like, so skinny and when I get there? It’s like, who is this fat chick?

Lacey: Don’t you just hate it when people do that? They tell you one thing online …

Andrea: … and then I know! You find out they’re, like, nothing like they said they were going to be.

Lacey: It’s, like, remember that guy …

Andrea: Oh shit, yeah! That guy who told Billy he was straight and then …

Lacey: No, that other guy …

Andrea: Oh, the one who Martina met in the park? The one who, like, showed up with all this suit of armor and shit?

Lacey: Yeah, that one. Didn’t he …

Andrea: (laughs) Oh yeah, that’s right. He had to go to the bathroom and … (looks across the aisle at a middle aged man) What the fuck are you looking at?

Andrea sits back in her seat and pulls at the gum in her mouth, stretching it.

Andrea: (quietly to Lacey) Do you believe people these days? Jeez!

 

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Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

9 thoughts on “2. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

  1. I remember young girls such as those went to China for summer school. When they spoke with an interpreter, the interpreter didn’t know how to translate all the “like”!!!!!

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  2. You had me at “strong language”….

    I like these girls👍🏼👍🏼

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  3. Great dialogue, very natural. I can visualize those two teenage(?) girls.

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