Category Archives: He Said She Said

Not Tired (he said she said)

“Are you tired of me,” she said.

“No,” he said. “Just waiting for my second wind.”

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Understandable 

by Roger Scribner

“I understand completely,” she said.

“You do?” he said.

“Of course,” she said. “Macy’s is having their super sale this weekend!”

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Huh (he said she said)

“You never listen to me,” she said.

“Huh?” He said.

“That proves it,” she said.

“I heard something,” he said. “You’re jumping to conclusions.”

 

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Value

“You’re worthless,” she said.

“Well, it’s because you used me all up,” he said.

 

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Witches (he said, she said)

“It’s nothing but a witch hunt,” she said.

“Not to the witches,” he said. “To them it’s keeping ahead.”

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Aim

“I love you so much I’d take a bullet for you,” he said.

“Hold still,” she said.

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Worn Out (he said, she said)

“I’m tired,” he said

“Of what?” she said.

“Would it make a difference?” he said.

“So I know what works,” she said.

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Quitters

“When do you think it’s time to quit?” she said.

“When I hear a sentence with “quit” in it,” he said.

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