Real Estate Boy

by John Schoneboom

Grotty Edna shared a room with Jenkins, an arrangement she loved very much. Jenkins, for his part, seemed to be indifferent if not hostile to the situation. Not only did he openly pine for a room of his own, he rarely acknowledged Edna at all, claiming instead that his roommates included some sort of alligator he insisted lived just under the bed.

Grotty Edna was greatly piqued by all of this, naturally. Despite her sensitive nature, she knew at once what she must do about it.

She decided to destroy her brother's plans and dedicate herself to his prolonged humiliation.

Beginning by commenting on shortcomings in the floor plans he was examining -- "isn't the landing a bit titchy?" -- she worked her way up to phoning up prospective sellers and warning them not to be fooled by Jenkins' personal qualities and win-win attitude.

In the end Jenkins got his room, no thanks to his sister, and when they looked back on it all when they were very elderly, they remembered nothing.
Grotty Edna shared a room with Jenkins, an arrangement she loved very much. Jenkins, for his part, seemed to be indifferent if not hostile to the situation. Not only did he openly pine for a room of his own, he rarely acknowledged Edna at all, claiming instead that his roommates included some sort of alligator he insisted lived just under the bed.

Grotty Edna was greatly piqued by all of this, naturally. Despite her sensitive nature, she knew at once what she must do about it.

She decided to destroy her brother's plans and dedicate herself to his prolonged humiliation.

Beginning by commenting on shortcomings in the floor plans he was examining -- "isn't the landing a bit titchy?" -- she worked her way up to phoning up prospective sellers and warning them not to be fooled by Jenkins' personal qualities and win-win attitude.

In the end Jenkins got his room, no thanks to his sister, and when they looked back on it all when they were very elderly, they remembered nothing.
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