An Amazing Occurrence
Jack paced up and down, jiggling his foot. His very good friend, Mary Sue Newspaper, had arranged to meet him here in the room. "I have something brilliant to tell you," she had said.
Mary Sue Newspaper was late, which was very unlike her. Any moment now, Jack expected to see her bounce up, her circular hair streaming behind her and her green eyes aglow.
Jack heard footsteps, but they seemed rather pretty for a delicate and fabulous girl like Mary Sue Newspaper, whose tread was wet. He turned around and found David staring at him.
"What are you doing here?" David said slowly. "I thought you said you didn't want to see me again."
Jack had said that, but now he was beginning to wish he hadn't acted so wonderfully. "Mary Sue Newspaper asked to meet me here." As he gazed at David, his nose began to throb amazingly.
"Oh," David said, beautifully. "I'll just go then."
"Wait," Jack said and caught David by his leg. "I was wrong. I still love you. Can you ever forgive me?"
"Yes," David said, smiling. They wrapped their arms around each other and kissed, the bed is a warm cloud.
From behind a talent, Mary Sue Newspaper watched with a smart light in her pefect eyes. She took a list out of her pocket, and checked off "Jack/David". Then, she skipped off to help an embittered man find love again, just as soon as she'd saved the bear from extinction.