Humour is always a good start to the week as it brushes away most Monday morning blues. I was undecided between using the Brothers Grinn or Mechanic Leigh but…

BROTHER GRINN: I volunteered.

BROTHER GRINN: I volunteered too.

MECHANIC LEIGH: These two will get scolded by Eric. Heh! Heh! Heh!

SHUT UP!

BROTHER GRINN: Was that Eric?

MECHANIC LEIGH: That was my teacher, Mister Sir.

BROTHER GRINN: Oh.

BROTHER GRINN: No, Brother Grinn. That was his Mister Sir.

BROTHER GRINN: Oh.

Rest assured that when you, the readers, comment on my blog posts, the Brothers Grinn will not be allowed to reply. I will reply.

BROTHER GRINN: God will reply.

BROTHER GRINN: God is going to put us out of work.

Do you understand, boys?

MECHANIC LEIGH: Yes, Ghost Writer, I mean God. Wait for it, here it comes. Heh! Heh! Heh!

Do you understand, boys?

BROTHER GRINN: Is God talking to us?

BROTHER GRINN: I do.

BROTHER GRINN: You do? What do you do?

You will not be allowed to reply to comments. Do you understand?

BROTHER GRINN: Sigh! Okay, I do.

BROTHER GRINN: I do too.

BROTHER GRINN: Did Eric just get us married?

SHUT UP!

BROTHER GRINN: Hey! Mechanic Leigh, what’s with your Mister Sir?

MECHANIC LEIGH: Heh! Heh! Heh!

BROTHER GRINN: My ears are ringing.

BROTHER GRINN: Hello? Oh, wrong number.

BROTHER GRINN: I think the line got cut. It was—

I decided to use both the Brothers Grinn AND Mechanic Leigh.

MECHANIC LEIGH: Heh! Heh! Heh!

As you can well imagine, I’m regretting it. Anyway, all good wishes for the week ahead 🙂 

*** Copyright @ Eric Alagan, 2018 ***

16 comments

    1. Hello Bill,

      Mechanic Leigh is some character, isn’t he. He knows that you are one his fans from way back 🙂

      Cheers!
      Eric
      P/s. I see you’ve stopped uploading blog posts.

  1. I’m trying to figure out who’s the terror – Mister Sir, Ghost Writer or God. Regardless, I think none can frighten Brothers Grinn or Mechanic Leigh, as they are all motormouths. What a bunch of cheerful characters. LOL.

    1. Good (Monday) morning, Jane,

      You said it dear.

      I started writing the dialogue and the characters came alive – as they usually do – and I immediately regretted it. Frankly, this is one reason why I’m resisting sequels. Seriously, these 3 lads can be quite draining – though I do laugh too.

      Glad to have given you a roaring start to the week.

      Cheers!
      Eric
      P/s. Have not read any recent post from you. I trust the grandchildren are keeping you happily occupied.

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