Today's contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy
Ann comes out of her bedroom, carrying a plastic bag for of tissues and dumps it in the garbage.
“Weak, sleepy and stir-crazy. At least I’m not really sneezing anymore.”
“That’s better than last week, when you looked half-dead and were sneezing more regularly than
“I think he means
“Doh! That’s right, Old Faithful. Although I can see it now..Sniffling presidents on the side of a mountain being the spokespeople for Kleenex.”
“I’m surprised the advertisers haven’t done it already.”
Ann, who had returned to her room, now comes out with an armful of sheets and blankets.
“So you’re weak and tired and your first thought is ‘laundry!’?”
“I’m trying to clean my room of all the germs.”
“You’re probably immune to all the germs you already had though.”
“We’re not however, so dragging your disease-infested blankets through the kitchen will probably just get the rest of us sick.”
“If you haven’t caught it already, you probably won’t.”
“Or you’re just exposing us to the reinforcements and they’ll finally break through our immune systems.”
“Scott was sniffling when he left for work this morning actually.”
“Ooops. He can just have some of those silly Vivanno smoothies at Starbucks..keep him strong. Yeah..So I suppose that means none of you want to wash these for me?” Ann offers the blankets to Frank.
“Not a chance. I’ll warm you up some chicken soup, but that’s as helpful as I’m going to be.”
“Ugh. I’m sick of chicken soup. No thanks.”
“That sounds like a billion times better.”
“I’m on it.” Billy says, headed for the liquor cabinet and the whiskey.