Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for the prompt, and Jean L. Hays for the photo.
This is my 200th post, by the way. Milestones, yay, better than kidney stones… I spent only 40 minutes on this one.
Copyright — Jean L. Hays
He shoved his fist into a bucket of popcorn, and laughed, but sadly. He made a lot of noise, and was asked to leave the theater. So he left.
Chet was an animal. But now he was predictably drunk ever since the most horrible breakup. He was addicted to her.
Chicago is famous for its food, not necessarily its personalities. Illinois is also known for its bay areas, and water was where he wanted to go, in his depressed, drunken stupor.
He came across the famous Route 66 sign, its stickers, its life. He decided to go the other way.
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