Thursday, October 13, 2016

Monologue Mania Day #974 Immorality (for Book of T's) by Janet S. Tiger (c) Oct. 13, 2016

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Monologue Mania Day #974 Immorality (for Book of T's) by Janet S. Tiger (c) Oct. 13,  2016


                                               (for the Book of T's)

                                             by Janet S. Tiger   
                                     c)  2016    all rights reserved

           (T enters - with, what else? - some tea. Same Southern accent)

Here you go...


.....why do I like tea so much?  Tea never stains as much as coffee.  Coffee is noisy, loud, tea is quieter.  And tea is.....forever.  To make coffee you need coffee beans.  To make tea, alls you need is water and somethin to boil in it.  You can use old boots if that's all you have, I think Charlie Chaplin did that.

No, tea is a great thing, and betcha nevah thought of it like this - what's the difference between immorality  and immortality.......just a little old extra t!  Get it?  (Pronounces it carefully.....
Imor tali TEA!

        Immorality......why that is defined usually by the political party in favor.....and I mean that not just in Washington, but in church, in school......wherever someone decides who is right and who is wrong......But no matter what, with a little luck, everyone can sit down together, one day, and have a nice cup a tea......It's so much harder to argue.....when you're sippin tea......together....

        (She laughs as the lights dim,  End of scene)

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