29. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Monday, September 29th, 8:00am
Robert and Donald

 

Robert: So let me get this straight. You went to a psychiatrist to get a cure for gay…

Donald: (looks around to make sure no one is within earshot) Not a cure. I just wanted to know if I am.

Robert: Right. And then from the psychiatrist’s office you went home and fucked your wife.

Donald: But you forgot about the woman I met on the bus before the appointment.

Robert: The … catalyst… you called her?

Donald: Yes. She told me I might be (whispers) bisexual.

Robert: Uh huh. So to prove that you came over to my place after you did your wife and propositioned me?

Donald: I went to the bar in between.

Robert: And got drunk.

Donald: Right.

Robert: So you’re an inhibited gay.

Donald: (raises eyebrows) I’m a what?

Robert: Well, if you have to let your inhibitions go in order to get on your knees and…

Donald: SHHHH!!!!!

Robert smiles.

Donald: We’re still not talking about this.

Robert: We weren’t doing much talking last night either.

Donald: I mean at work.

Robert: (rubs hands together) Yep!

Donald: (frowns) What do you mean ‘yep’?

Robert: (smiles) I think it’s time for a raise, boss.

Next stop: Tuesday, September 30th, 6:00pm

Author’s note: These Scenes are written independently, occasionally featuring the same character from a former scene. Please click on the names in the tags to follow a character’s story. (Robert and Donald)

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14 thoughts on “29. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

  1. Boom! That is my man Robert, so funny story actually my dad is a bit of a homophobe it really isn’t his fault it’s just the time period and how he was raised. He has gotten better at it with the help of me and my sisters making him more accepting. He has a gay coworker and his name is also Robert, he makes me laugh because he calls my dad his little biscuit. The look on my dads face when he says it is priceless.

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