TITLE: The Best Thing That I Didn't Ever Do
GENRE: Adult fiction
Crazy Larry waited outside of Tommy’s office, he began to focus in on the events that lay just the other side of those solid oak doors.
Looking in the mirror, he began practicing the fake “I’m surprised” look that would have to radiate across his mug as he walked through the double doors in reaction to everyone yelling “surprise.”
With a solid metallic click, the double doors opened, and there stood Tommy. “Come here, my old friend.” Larry walked up to Tommy, and they embraced. As they did, Tommy announced, “Happy birthday, my friend.” Larry looked around and saw no one in the room.
Tommy walked to the closet and pulled out a long, slender present wrapped in colorful paper. “Happy Birthday, but don’t open it yet. Sorry about the whole no-surprise thing this year, but I’ll make it up to you. Just be patient. You see, we’ve got some business to take care of today.”
Larry perked up. “You know, Larry,” Tommy continued, “I hate making house calls. However, it’s like what I keep telling Tommy, Jr. Sometimes you just have to do things that you really don’t want to do. Larry, Victor is way overdue for a monetary visit. Three shipments of cigarettes hijacked by him, and not one ounce of juice has come our way. Everyone thinks that I’m growing soft. So guess what, my old friend. I waited until today, your birthday; to make what I hope will be our last house call.