She came back a few minutes later and pushed a plate at me that had a half-ass cheeseburger and some limp looking fries on it. She slid a cup of tepid coffee at me. I guessed I deserved it, though.
I ate my less-than-stellar meal very slowly, waiting for the lunch crowd to thin out. I must have sat there for almost two hours nibbling on my food before the last person left.
"Okay," I said as the door closed, "I'm sorry, Mo. You know I would never hurt you."
"I know no such thing!" she screamed.
Neville Hunt 8 months ago
See Teddy, you lost your only friend (unless you count ‘Mother’!).