Gimmie Sugar

All 3 of them stomped into her bedroom. She’d had 2 hours sleep. They dragged her out of bed, claiming urgent action was needed. She dressed and staggered downstairs, saying, “Gimmie caffeine and sugar – I’ll be ready.” A huge coffee appeared in one hand, a bag containing a muffin in the other, and they steered her toward the car.

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2 Responses to Gimmie Sugar

  1. pampa says:

    The fearsome sound of the dental drill was still fresh in her mind. She had just come back from the dentists’. She had to take some painkillers. Her adorable husband made her a mish mash of soft bread and creamy milk. as she put the first spoonful into her mouth, she realized that he had, in his genuine concern for her rapidly rotting teeth, not put any sugar.She swallowed.” Gimme sugar please,’……

  2. Claire says:

    He approached her slowly. Her pouty lips, a dead giveaway of her anger, enticed him to quicken his step. He sat close to her and before she could move away, he engulfed her in his arms in a tight embrace.

    “Gimmie sugar, baby. I didn’t mean to hurt your feelings.”

    “Please let me go!”

    “I will when you gimmie sugar and will it be too much if I asked for some spice while you’re at it?”

    With this, she broke away from the embrace and stormed out of the room slamming the door.

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