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Bayou Justice

Microfiction

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There’s dumb: Breaking up with your boyfriend while he’s trying to outswim a gator.

There’s dumber: Thinking anybody can outswim a gator. (Well. Maybe I could. I’m a lawyer though, and entitled to a bit of professional courtesy from other reptiles.)

And then there’s me: Hurling a blue velvet ring box at the head of aforementioned boyfriend as he tries to clamber back…

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