This is for all those apostrophes out there! *laughs*
Weapon of mass production: the humble writing pen. Image courtesy of cohdra, Morguefile.
SCENE: COFFEE SHOP, WEEKDAY, 5:00 P.M.
(Apostrophe shuffles in the door)
THE EDITOR: Hey, Apostrophe, how are you? What’s going on?
APOSTROPHE: Oh, man…..
THE EDITOR: Apostrophe, you don’t look so hot. Come on, sit down here. I’ll buy you a skinny latte.
APOSTROPHE: (sighs wearily): All right.
THE EDITOR: So come on, spill it. What’s happened?
APOSTROPHE: I’m just spread around so much these days. You know I don’t mind working hard, right? (Editor nods) I stand in for those vowels and consonants all the time. Whenever they need me — I stand in for the “O” in haven’t, don’t, won’t, wouldn’t and isn’t and the “A” of you’re and they’re. I replace the “G” in sayin’ and thinkin’. I even stand in for the “ou” in y’all and the “ha”…
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Thank you, Random! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
For sure! It really was a laugh!