Day 195 – The Birthday Party
“It’s hardly even a gun.”
Day 168 – The Autobiography
“I guess you get to write it as you hear it, kid.”
Day 148 – The Chihuahua In The Christmas Sweater
Pepe Larue rightly presumed that few of his fellow dogs had suffered as much indignity as he.
Day 129 – The Locked Room Mystery
“I know every one of you had a motive to kill rich, old Mr. Hughpatrick, and what’s more, you each had opportunity!”
Day 106 – The Fishin’ Trip
“Pappy called me the other week, asked me to carry him over to the Walmarts. Old coonhound cain’t see but a foot in front of his face no more, bless his heart…”
Day 103 – The Mad House
There is a manor at the end of a lane. In the center of that manor there is a cloud, which stretches tendrils into everyone who comes near.
Day 78 – The Funeral Shoes
Soon every pair was thrown into the empty bedroom behind him, but the God damn boots weren’t anywhere.
Day 64 – The Eccentric Uncle
Dad makes a joke like “I hope I won’t go that white by your age, Manuel” – as if he doesn’t know it’s engineered – but Mom compliments his hair’s silkiness, which makes Uncle Manny happy.
Day 61 – The Wedding
The dissimilar princes certainly weren’t marrying for love, as they’d never met; and they weren’t marrying to create a new dynasty, as there would be no possibility of a winged man and a cyclone procreating, even if they weren’t both males.
Day 56 – The Bunnies
“What is this place called, Mother?” “Death, my beautiful daughter.”