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A Perfect Combination Chapter 20

Script By: 2011Paramedic
Romance



Now we're up to Chapter 20 and previously in Chapter 19, Ryan received both audio and video messages from both Susan and the female singing group Great Expectations, and also we are still in the city of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania where Susan is in a very big rush to get into work and into her office building but first she must stop at a coffee shop to only buy five cups of hot coffee and four boxes of chocolate cakes for both her and the whole staff before the special meeting begins with Glenda Marks, so here's Chapter 20 to that scripted story and with a little fun music score with a very fast mexican horn sections and such!


Submitted:Mar 7, 2012    Reads: 33    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   


Fade In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 8:17 am..

(Fast paced pop music with mexican horns playing fast in unison and in the background)

(As Susan was on her way to work, her boss Glenda calls her on the cell phone to tell her to bring her and the whole staff some coffee and cakes at a local coffee shop called "Brian's!")

(Cell phone rings)

Susan: "Susan, speaking!"

Glenda's Voice: "Susan, i will need you to stop by Brian's to get us some coffee and cakes before we start the meeting."

Susan: "Sure, Ma'am no problem!"

Glenda's Voice: "I'll see you when you get here."

Susan: "Yes Ma'am thanks, see ya then!"

(Susan then hits the gas and sped off to the coffee shop to get the coffee and cakes before heading off to work during rush hour traffic when all of a sudden, she gets an unexpected visit by those two police officers with siren and lights on full blast to advise her to pull over next to the curb of the city streets!)

to be continued





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