Mike and Verna-May Litoris, EditorsWell, it’s been a busy month for the Mrs. and me. February is a cold month here so there’s not much going on in town besides playing BINGO and drinking. That being said, this month’s Outhouse & Home issue has now been published and Deborah Poirier returns with the second part of a mysterious vehicle accident that happened here. We hope that you enjoy this issue.
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Silent Night – NOT! Part 2
by Deborah Poirier
After that terrible accident that happened in our hometown three days ago, it was time to interview the people involved in my story.
I spoke to an employee of the fat, drunken bastard who caused this problem. The employee’s name is Rudolph.
Hi Rudolph, what was your reaction to the scene?
Rudolph: It was crazy; total chaos.
Your employer is now in custody for the drinking and driving. Is he the one responsible?
Rudolph: I do not want to speak badly about him, but it was hard to maneuver the sleigh when he was pulling us toward the cars.
What is the extent of damage to the vehicles involved?
Rudolph: The three vehicles involved were in very bad condition. Several people were sent to hospital; two in critical condition. Mon Dieu!
I then interviewed a witness to the accident who goes by the alias, “Cookie Monster”. I was reticent to interview somebody who called themselves a monster and was covered in blue fur, but the police assured me that his appearance and erratic behaviour was due to his sugar addiction.
How did you see the accident?
Cookie Monster: I was in my kitchen fixing a snack of “Coooookiiiies”. I suddenly heard a huge crash outside my window. Would you like a cookie?
No thank you. So what information can you provide on this accident?
Cookie Monster: Before the crash, I saw a red thing flying erratically across the sky. It was speeding, swerving all over the place, coming very close to the street level. Then I heard the crash. Sure you don’t want a cookie?
No. So you are saying that this person was driving drunk.
Cookie Monster: Yes
I then went to the police station to speak with the person in custody. He should be sober enough to speak, or should I say – sober for a change. The police showed me his mug shot, pictured below:
Can you tell me what happened that night?
Santa: I feel so horrible about it. Because of depression, I was drinking and driving. Every year, I make this trip to provide gifts for all the boys and girls. Always the same old thing with no appreciation.
Santa Claus was charged and lost his license for a year. Mrs. Claus had to drive him around during the next Christmas holiday. This means that I will be on assignment in the North Pole next Christmas to get an exclusive interview with Mrs. Claus. I can’t wait to get my fingers on this
gossip, I mean, reporting!
With gratitude to our contributors:
Annette Joyal as Deborah Poirier, Gord Pollock as Verna-May Litoris, Jessie Blair as Mike Litoris