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Rated: E · Short Story · Contest · #2111290
A dialog with a box of heart-shaped sweets.
“I love you.”
“What did you say?”
“I like you.”
“Oh, I see…you are one of those boxes with heart-shaped sweets for Valentine.”
“Didn’t you recognize me? Bite me!”
“Yes, of course, you are at eyes height's in the supermarket, how could I miss you?”
“Are you going to buy me? Sweetie Pie.”
“What? I don’t have a sweetheart, so no, I wasn’t intending buying you.”
“But you have a mother don’t you?”
“Yes I do, she would love you.”
“I love her too. Why don’t you buy me then?”
“I don’t have money on me, sorry.”
“Is someone watching right now?”
“Then steal me. I won’t tell.”
“I couldn’t possibly steal you, that’s an offense, I could get into trouble.”
“If you are smart you won’t. And quick, just do it, now!”
“Steal me. Put me in your pocket and walk away.”
“Just like that?”
“Yes, don’t be a chicken. Your mother would love a present for Valentine’s Day.”
“Yes, she would.”
“There then, just walk slowly towards me, grab me, and put me in your pocket.”
“But what if they catch me?”
“They won’t, silly, just do it.”
“Okay…there you go, I did it. Now what.”
“Walk slowly towards the exit, and look innocent.”

“Excuse me, young man?”
“Yes, what is it?”
“I saw you pinching that box of sweets, would you empty your pockets, please.”
“She made me do it!”

“I love you too. Cutie.”

Word count: 243
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