Friday Fictioneers – 2/15/2013 – “The Chase” – Genre: Humorous Fiction

Friday Fictioneers

The Chase

“So, you’re telling me this is a statue of a guy who went to a brothel and spent the night with a hooker?”  Sarah looked at George with skepticism.

“Yes.”

“Then, he realizes she is in love with him and he loves her?”

“Still a winner.”

“He’s afraid of marrying a prostitute, so he runs?”

“You’re good.”

“So, it’s him running and the hooker trying to get him to stay?”

“Um, … no.”

Sarah looked at him.

“Actually, he forgot to pay.  It’s the owner of the brothel holding on.”

George decided it was time for him to run away…

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