And Red All Over, by Brian B.

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And Red All Over, by Brian B.

Post by LMG Writers' Club » Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:48 pm

The man in monochrome holds his hammer in anticipation. He smiles like he has received good news at the expense of someone he dislikes. I watch in silent, internal agony as he raises the hammer, laughing maniacally under his ugly, black mask. As his hammer descends mercilessly, it makes a loud thud, followed by cheers from the uneducated public. As bits of flesh splash the ground, some bits soft and others hard, I see the result of my horrible mistake. Regret pierces me as I hang my head. I should never have asked Leo Gallagher to make my fruit salads.
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Re: And Red All Over, by Brian B.

Post by Snickelsox » Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:46 am

This made me chuckle quite a bit. Very curious as to why Gallagher is wearing a black mask though. I guess he would take the money as it came at this point in his career.
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Re: And Red All Over, by Brian B.

Post by uncre8d1 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 6:10 pm

What if it's always been a mask?

Also chuckling, by the way. Good one.
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