2017 Dialogue-Writing Challenge: Day 7
Scott Myers
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The one in the suit: You’re still here.

The one in jeans: I am.

The one in the suit: Are you okay?

The one in jeans: I’m okay. are you okay?

The one in the suit : You might say I’ve been better.

The one in jeans: You could also say what’s done is done, that’s what I always say.

The one in the suit: That is very well said. here, just, grab my hand.

The one in jeans: Thanks a lot.

The one in the suit: Anytime. You sure you okay?

The one in jeans: I’m fine. Hey speaking of time, what time is it?

The one in the suit: It’s nearly two.

The one in jeans: Has everyone gone home already?

The one in the suit: Not everyone. Just me. And well, you. I thought you’d left though.

The one in jeans: I got very drunk.

The one in the suit: I got that.

The one in jeans: And I forgot where I parked my car.

The one in the suit: I hate when that happens. Where do you need to go? I
could drive you home if you want.

The one in jeans: You’re alright.

The one in the suit: Do you how you gonna get home?

The one in jeans: Too far to walk. We definitely gonna need a car. Though I definitely shouldn’t drive.

The one in the suit: We could take my car.

The one in jeans: You drive?

The one in the suit: I do.

The one in jeans: You old enough to drive?

The one in the suit: I am.

The one in jeans: Hey, don’t I know you from somewhere?

The one in the suit: We were in the same year. I used to wear braces and you used to make fun of them. I always wore this same pair of glasses and I think for that you insisted cheating off of me during exams even though I wasn’t even close to being one of the good students. I remember one day I tried to explain that to you, but you just shrugged it off and kept on doing it.

The one in jeans: So that’s where I know you from! I never forget a face.

The one in the suit: C’mon, let’s get you home.

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