Newbie: “No, I don’t think so. What club?
OT: “Jeez man, don’t you know anything? If you want to make it in this town, you got to be in the club.”
N: “Well, who’s in the club?”
OT: “Anybody who is anybody.”
N: O.k., but what does the club do?”
OT: “Ahh…what do you mean, ‘do’”?
N: “Like, what activities to you do? Do you raise money for sick kids, sing to people in the hospital, the usual stuff?”
OT: “Well not exactly, we mainly just sit around and hang out.”
N: "If I'm understanding you correctly, you're telling me you don't do anything?”
OT: “Well…shit, that would require work, we just like to drink a lot and smoke cigars.”
N: “So, it’s really just about being able to say that you hang with the cool people.”
OT: “Yeah, well…now that you put it that way, that’s pretty much it.”
N: Ok, how do I get in?”
I wrote this for the Week 82 Trifecta Writing Challenge where we are to write a 33-333 word composition using the word “club” in the context of an association of persons.
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