By David Thorne
A hilarious selection of new essays through the the recent York occasions bestselling writer of 27bslash6.com, the net is a Playground, and I'll cross domestic Then; It's hot and Has Chairs.
About the Author:
David Thorne is an Australian humourist and manhattan occasions best-selling writer. His paintings has been featured at the BBC, The past due convey with David Letterman, The Ellen DeGeneres express, and overdue evening with Conan O'Brien. He has labored as a image dressmaker, replica author, branding advisor and inventive director and has defined operating within the layout because the such a lot uncreative event of his lifestyles.
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Bawd! MONSIEUR DE SOTENVILLE Still a little sore after this morning? Once you've given her a few caresses you'll be over it. Good-by, my boy. You have nothing more to grumble about. Go and make up. Beg her to forgive you for losing control of yourself. MADAME DE SOTENVILLE You must realize she's a lady schooled in virtue; she's not used to being suspected of wrongdoing. Goodby. I'm so glad your misunderstanding is settled. I know you feel blissful about her conduct. Exeunt Monsieur and Madame de Sotenville.
ANGELIQUE I'm your wife, and I say I will have it. GEORGE DANDIN (Aside) I'd like to smash her face to a pulp so that it'll never again charm those mealy-mouthed parasites. Oh, come on, George Dandin, better leave before you lose control. ) Re-enter Claudine. CLAUDINE He had me fidgeting, madame, waiting for him to leave. Here's a note from you-know-whom. ANGELIQUE Let me see! CLAUDINE You don't look unhappy about it. ANGELIQUE Oh Claudine, this is such an elegant message! Courtiers are so pleasing in their speech and manners.
MONSIEUR DE SOTENVILLE Yes. I'm grateful for this chance to speak to you and invite your explanation. CLITANDRE It's a slander. Inexplicable! Who told you this, monsieur? MONSIEUR DE SOTENVILLE Somebody who insists that it is true. CLITANDRE This somebody is lying. I am a man of honor. Do you think me capable of such base conduct, monsieur? I, in love with a young and lovely lady who has the honor to be the daughter of Monsieur le baron de Sotenville! I have too much respect for you, and I am your obedient servant.
Look Evelyn, Duck Dynasty Wiper Blades, We Should Get Them.: A Collection Of New Essays by David Thorne