The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

  • Mood:
  • Music:

What the Dickens?

The setting is a porch swing outside the home of the Dickenses. Father and son are having a heart-to-heart.

Mike Dickens: "Dad, I'm having a problem lately at school. It seems like every girl wants my Dicken Cider."
Richard Dickens: "Son, that's because every girl does want your Dicken Cider."
Richard Dickens: "You can bet your teacher wants your Dicken Cider, too."
Mike Dickens: "But what do I do, dad?"
Richard Dickens: "Well, son... I was about your age when I gave it up. I just started letting every girl have my damn Dicken Cider."
Mike Dickens: "Well, Dad, I already let Betty Jo Cumslutt have my Dicken Cider. Is that ok?"
Richard Dickens: "Hell yes! I still let your mom have my Dicken Cider. She still asks for it all the time."
Richard Dickens: "Confidentially, even my secretary wants my Dicken Cider. Who am I to refuse?"
Richard Dickens: "So, son, serve it up, nice and hot. Because every girl likes a Dicken Cider."

A Dark and Dysthymatic Joint.

  • Gender, what a concept!

    This is an essay I wrote but never shared after *last* year's #ComingOutDay. I touched it up a little, but it's still very rough (I've learned a…

  • Where ya from? :)

    The following piece is a monologue I performed for "The Griot Show" last weekend: I get asked this question a lot: "Where are you from?"…

  • Coming to rest.

    Copied from facebook (sorry, but it's something). One of the topics I was researching yesterday was sundive trajectories. It may be surprising, but…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.