Sunday, March 4, 2018

Monologue Mania Day # 1480 The Cheese Killed the Husband by Janet S. Tiger (c) March 4, 2018

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Monologue Mania Day # 1480 The Cheese Killed the Husband by Janet S. Tiger (c) March 4, 2018      

                          The Cheeses Killed the Husband

                                                  A monologue by Janet S. Tiger 
                                                   © 2018 all rights reserved 

     (Actor enters, reading from a tablet)

I love my phone, and my tablet, and my computer.  What would I do without them?

And yet, sometimes when I dictate into comes out different than what I actually this...... (reading)  'go off on a tangerine....'  I said ...go off on a TANGENT.

Hmm, that's an interesting would one go off on a tangerine?  Riding one would be difficult due to the shape of course....but, not impossible.....

I guess I have gone off on a tangerine....I mean tangent.....because this is the one that relaly got to me -  do I speak so unclearly.  I distinctly said....'the girl implies she's' but it typed out as....

'the girl implies CHEESE killed her husband!'

Wait a would cheese kill someone?  I think, I think I have an idea....for a new murder mystery!

Maybe the mistakes aren't so bad after all!  But who would the killer be?  Camembert?  Muenster?

          (Turns to leave, stops, looks back)

It would have to be......limberger!

            (Exits holding nose)
  This was based on a true story - the names of the cheeses have been changed to protect the guilty......
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