As tonight are the Academy Awards, I thought I would treat readers to a double feature Twitterstory, featuring Academy Award winning actresses Meryl Streep and Sally Field. That's right, readers: TWO Twitterstories for the price of one. And the weekly schedule will continue as planned.
So without further ado, please enjoy today's Oscar-themed Twitterstory Double-Feature:
The Perfect Alibi
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She removed the knife from her victim's back and wiped it on a towel she pulled from her purse. They would never suspect her, Meryl Streep.
When Carrie Met Sally
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"Because I can't deny the fact that you like me, right now, you like me!" She was then hit by what she thought was a tomato. She was wrong.
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"How was I supposed to know the rooster would react like that?"
Dad just shook his head and squirted more hydrogen peroxide.
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(Lights off) A gunshot.
Something is dragged across stage. (Lights on)
He sits, shaking, head in hands.
All part of the scene, right?
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Moments We Don't Know
When we fall asleep; when that song finally leaves our head; when they fall out of love with you.