Month: October 2016

Past Imperfect – #440

Gisela: “Oh, that looks like the perfect house to flip so we can make a ton of money by simply ripping out all the interior walls and making it an open floor plan.” Boyd: “I don’t know. Maybe we shouldn’t mess with this one. I did some research […]

Past Imperfect – #439

As dawn broke across the land, Anthony tried to prepare himself for another workday in corporate America. But it all seemed so useless, devoid of meaning, and he just didn’t have the strength to even pick up his cup of morning coffee. Then, surprisingly, the coffee decided to […]

Past Imperfect – #437

Man in the background, left: “See, this is what happens when I take the missus out for a Sunday stroll. She always finds a pack of urchins with the same haircut, and she thinks that by throwing them little tidbits of candy she is somehow improving the world. […]

Past Imperfect – #436

Janet: “Oh my God! That policeman is clearly following me and he’s going to pull me over and he’s going to find the money I stole and I’ll end up in a women’s prison, sharing a cell with someone named Ivana who will whore me out to all […]

Past Imperfect – #434

Crystal, left: “Do you have any idea what we’re supposed to be doing in this scene?” Methal, right: “Beats me. Something about innocent virgins in the forest being stalked by men with unresolved childhood issues. They had dollar drinks at Piero’s last night, so I barely looked at […]

Past Imperfect – #433

Jane was quite pleased that the movie producers presented her with a giant cake to celebrate her birthday during the filming of “An Urchin Grows in Brooklyn”. But she was not impressed that said producers had erroneously placed an extra candle on said cake, making her seem older […]

Past Imperfect – #432

Despite having stolen money from her employer, running from the po-po, and checking into a questionable establishment where Anthony Perkins had some really serious self-esteem issues, Janet was most concerned that the home pregnancy test made it very clear that her personal hotel room was now occupado. She […]

Past Imperfect – #431

Sadie: “I suppose I could do that. How much are you willing to pay me?” Nigel: “I didn’t say anything about paying you.” Sadie: “Then I didn’t say anything about doing it.” Nigel: “But I have leverage on you, my dear. I know what you did with that […]