A One Act Play.
Scene 1: The Apartment
M: (popping head into A’s office) Hey you. Get dressed. We’re going to the mall.
Scene 2: Men’s section of a department store
M & A casually begin looking at charcoal gray suits.
Salesman: Can I help you?
M: Yeah, we’re looking for charcoal gray suits for our wedding in May.
Salesman: Any particular style you would like? Or would like to stay away from?
M: Yeah, I like dark gray. Not light gray. And I don’t like pinstripe suits. Like, I guess it can be subtle a pattern, but I don’t want a BAM! That’s a pinstripe suit!
Salesman: Hmmm, okay. Gotcha.
Salesman walks around merchandise and picks out 4 suits for A.
A tries on 4 suits.
Meanwhile M tweets and watches the Caps vs Penguins game.
A comes out in last suit. Everyone nods and agrees the fourth suit is the best one.
Salesman takes A’s fittings and rings up suit.
Salesman: So how long have you folks been looking at suits?
M: Um…the last 45min?
Salesman: Oh. (laughs) Glad I could help! Oh and by the way, we are having a sale today so your total is half off the original!
M beams at scoring a bargain.
M & A thank the salesman and walk off.
M: I’m awesome at saving money! And at making picking out wedding things easy!
A: Yeah you are.
M: You’re going to look so handsome! EEEE! Now, onto real business, I want coffee!