Strips Of Life

Fishing in the Nuptial Birdcage

Posted in Uncategorized by Bennett Klein on May 28, 2010

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  1. Anna said, on May 29, 2010 at 9:59 am

    That could be the basis of a 1930’s romantic comedy. The heroine of the story is single, successful at her career but waiting for her prince charming. She goes to every wedding she is invited to, hoping to meet someone. During the time she is at the above wedding – a friend of the groom, notices this intriguing person who rushes around kissing everyone. He makes a note to ask her for a dance, later on. But she disappears because (unknown to him) she was at the wrong wedding. From that time on he is obsessed with finding her again. Yet he never really caught a clear look at her face. What stood out to him most her energy, how vivarious she was, and the unusual shoes. For months, afterwoods, walking around the city, and at every gathering he attends, he is on the look out for these shoes – hoping that they will lead him to her. Finally he puts an ad in the paper saying that he is smitten with someone who has shoes of this type, asking people who have such shoes, to contact him. A series of meetings with people who answer the ad, results a series of mishaps – and finally the happy ending.

  2. Bennett Klein said, on May 29, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    haha, love it. As long as there’s a happy ending 🙂


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