Thursday, October 05, 2006

Dynamite

The demolitions expert tries to work in the word "dynamite" into every conversation and people are tired of it. For example, if he loves a woman, he tells her she's dynamite and that he wants to explode her. When she wakes up, though, with wires attached to her head and a plunger on the other side of the room, she wonders if he's not taking this too far. Meanwhile, a bird at the window carries wick in its mouth. Flames explode from its beak when the wind blows a spark inside its mouth. The woman, updating her dental records, wonders if the robin had teeth just before she paints the room with pupils. He now works the word "loss" into his discussions and no one says a thing.

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