A Place

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{Both are in a hotel room that Lori has reserved just for a weekend of partying with Zach an old boyfriend that she will never forgive}
Zach: Girl you are just too sexy to me.
Lori: Well thank you Zach {while trying on lipstick}
Zach: Why do you even wear make-up because you are so beautiful without all that caked upon your face
Lori: I just have to have my make-up on its makes me feel much more glamorous.
Zach: So how are you enjoying the fast-paced Vegas life?
Lori: I just love it, way more exciting than Louisiana. I miss nothing about that place.
Zach: I know what you mean; I’ve wanted to move here ever since the first time I visited. You and I always have so much fun together and I really miss you, miss being with you.
Lori: Let’s not go there what you I can never forget.
Zach: That’s been so long ago and besides I have apologized so many times for my mistake. Why don’t you forgive and forget?
Lori: Because what you did was too horrible to forgive and definitely too hard to forget about. The shit you did was gross, sneaky, and embarrassing.
Zach: {Shaking his head in regret} that night I was way too wasted and I can hardly remember what really happened.
Lori: {stands up with hands in a fist} well let me remind you then. You left with my first cousin after a block party that I didn’t even attend and you had sex with her and now as a the result of that you two have twins!!!
Zach: Those twins may not even be mine; I mean hell I never even met them. She wants nothing to do with me.
Lori: You made that choice and now that’s something you have to deal with. I don’t want anything to do with neither one of you really.
Zach: Let’s just try and forget about this and have some fun this weekend. Lori why do you have to always bring up this old ass shit. Dang it’s been 5 years since that night. {Zach leaves the room}
Lori: {She yells out} Grab me a beer!…...

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