Friday, December 1, 2017

Monologue Mania Day # 1387 More Beer? by Janet S. Tiger (c) Dec. 1, 2017

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Monologue Mania Day # 1387  More Beer? by Janet S. Tiger (c) Dec. 1, 2017  
                                                         More Beer?
A monologue by Janet S. Tiger (c) all rights reserved 2017  

          (Man in his ....maybe sixties?.....looks not too bad for his age, but very worried)

Ok, doc, I dunno know what to do.  If I had to remember all the women I grabbed, hey, we could be here all week!  I mean, I grew up when it was a fun time, I may have missed Woodstock, but the 70s were wild, and the 80s, wow!  Did I do wrong?  I thought women wanted it!  That was on every channel,e very headline!

Hugh Hefner made it easy, but then the internet, hey, what a place!  It's not fair to change the rules!  If they didn't want to at first, you talk a little more.....back in the day, there was a shirt, it said....'no' means more beer!  And that was true, lemme tell ya!

It's like if they changed the tax laws and made you go back and pay tax on things you never knew had a tax!  This is tax!

And they say it happened one way, well, that's not what I remember!  I remember....a lot of fun!  A lot of....agreement that it was fun!  And there were no complaints, lemme tell ya!....and if there were, hell, we were all too stoned to worry about it!

Okay, so if someone complains now, twenty years later, thirty years later for God's sake!, I'll apologize because that'll get me off the hook.  An apology that sounds sincere, it works good, on women, on the public.

           (He turns to leave, stops, looks back)

What do think is gonna change?  You know what all this stuff means....more business for hookers!

           (No exit for this dilemma)

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1 comment:

Jennifer Silva Redmond said...

Funny, in both meanings of the word.