Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Two-Fer Tuesday #14

It's Tuesday, which means another Two Fer Tuesday.  If you're not acquainted with the rules, I use a random number generator to pick a page and paragraph to pluck two sentences from.  Let's see what we get this week.

Page Number: 11
Paragraph Number: 9


Things are a brewin' here:



Ian turned to go, but then quickly changed direction again to look towards Dr. Brighton’s office.  “Has he given you any trouble?”

Is she in trouble?  Hurm...

Tomorrow is August so it's another edition of Comic Captions!

7 comments:

  1. Interesting! What sort of trouble could be happening here? The plot thickens.

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  2. Indeed. Whenever people turn around and ask a question you know it's important.

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  3. It's got me on the edge of my seat. Maybe what's going on in this scene is that a drunk crotchety old man made a scene in front of the new employee in a museum, and Ian is conscientious of that and is wanting to make sure that this curmudgeon doesn't create a toxic work atmosphere.

    That's my best educated guess at these two lines you've posted here.

    I must add that if Butler Blue were in your book, that crotchety old man would know his place dagnabbit!

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  4. Ok. Somebody may be giving somebody some sort of trouble. Ian will get to the bottom of it.

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  5. Trouble is always interesting when it's happening to someone else.

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  6. "He" could be a dog, or a schizophrenic. I think it works as a complete two sentence story.

    And "hurm" is an expression reserved for Rorschach.

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  7. Congrats on the blog awards from Gary, you seem to fully deserve them :). Kisses.

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