Thursday Thriller: Pearl Cutts in “The Watermelon is in the Bag”

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It can be awkward to manage the kind of daredevil double life a top notch secret agent like .007 must lead.

For instance, let’s say you are sent in to handle a crisis-level covert situation at the same time you are supposed to be rehearsing a new play (to uphold your cover identity as a world famous and feathery actor, of course).

This can present quite a conundrum….to lesser beings.

But being .007, pint-sized super spy, you know just what to do to save the day – you just present real-life action as fictional action!

Speaking of which, Love & Feathers is proud to present the world-famous and feathery actor Pearl Cutts in his latest one-avian play:

“The Watermelon is in the Bag”

As eager fans arrive to see their favorite world famous and feathery actor’s new play, they find the auditorium doors are already open.

Quivering with excitement, each fan hurries into the theater, intent on finding the very BEST seat in the house….which preferably would be right on the stage, if possible.

Predictably, a scuffle breaks out as fans argue with one another over who got there first and who should sit where.

But just then, the star strides on stage. This neatly solves the problem by causing some of the troublemakers to faint and thus give up their front-row seats.

Mmmmmm hmmmm. So what do we have here? I don’t even know you yet, but I can already say you look suspicious. For instance, what are you doing in that bag?
Seriously? That’s the best you’ve got? “Your name is “Watermelon” and you’re supposed to be in the bag?” You’re going to have to do better than that if you want to get out of this one alive…
The way I see it, before you just get into a bag, you should at least ask permission. No wonder this bag called for backup!
Luckily, I have a solution that should work for all of us….although maybe not quite so well for you….

[Here, the heated dialogue abruptly halts, to be replaced by the sounds of juicy chomping.]

Mom? Ohhhh MOOOMMMM! Yes, you can send this one down for processing. The bag would like to have its space back now.

The mysterious being the star addresses as “Mom” hurries out to collect the bag and its unwelcome contents.

As the curtain closes, the distinctive sounds of metal on china can be heard, along with more juicy chomping….

The. End.


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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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