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"Sean, that is the worst line that I have ever heard."
"Seems to have worked, though."
"You're just lucky that you married me before you tried it."
"This ring does come with a guarantee, doesn't it? 'To have and to hold, from this day forth....' That means that I don't ever have to let you go."
"I don't think that that was what those words meant. Hey! Let me down."
"It was a pickup line after all."
. . .
"Let me down!"
"What'll you give me?"
"How about two?"
"Deal.... That's one."
"Hey, you don't have to."
"But I want to. Damn. Belts are harder than they look. See? You want me to, too.... And that's two. Now you can't catch me."
"Come back in here, or I'm coming after you."
"Nobody saw me. And I did catch you"
"That's because I came back up the stairs. And anybody could have seen you half naked. I'd have died of shame."
"But I wouldn't have. So it was silly to run out of the apartment for your game of tag."
"Sean, you could catch me *inside* the apartment without moving your feet."
"Almost true. So you should never try to leave my arms. Never in your whole life."
"I have news that will change your mind."
"I need to put it in."
"Well, go do that. I'll pull down the bed."
. . .
"You know, Sean, we could do this after dinner."
"Wonderful idea. But let's cross that bridge when we come to it. Anyway, you're supposed to wait one hour after eating."
"Not yet, but let me work on it."
. . .
"Yes, my darling. Oh, my darling. You feel so nice around me, so sweet, so warm."
"You too. Now move."
"Oh, darling. Oh Sean."
"Oh. Oh! God!"
. . .
"This is best.... So, do you come in here often?"
"In there? Every chance I get."
The End Lines Uther Pendragon email@example.com 2004/07/21 Thanks to Neneh for editing this. Another all-dialogue story: "Knack" Another story of newlyweds: "In the Morning" The index to almost all my stories is: Index to Uther Pendragon's website