Category Archives: brothers

Show and Tell

“Check out my new watch,” Dylan announced to Brandon, his brother. Dylan stuck out his arm to show off the hideous bright yellow plastic time piece. “Very nice,” Brandon lied. Over the years Brandon learned it was easier to appease … Continue reading

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Turning Left in Rush Hour Traffic

It was rush hour. Dylan looked from the passenger seat of his brother’s car at the drivers around him. Everyone seemed so unhappy. “Did you see that? That woman was texting,” said Dylan. “I know,” said Steve, never taking his … Continue reading

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Demise of the Canadian Penny

“What’s got you so bummed out?” Joe asked his brother. “Death, man. Death of an idea. A personal friend. Freedom. And when freedom dies, what’s left to live for?” complained Grant. “Why do you always have to be so cryptic? … Continue reading

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Live Girls and Funeral Homes

The hockey game reached the second intermission. Doug got up, but Sid remained firmly in his seat. “I met a girl,” said Sid. “Dude, not again,” said Doug as he sat back down. “I want a beer.” “No, man. She’s … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Day Plan

“What should we get mom for Mother’s Day?” said Josh. “How about one of those one cup coffee makers?” said Neil. “Why would she want a one cup coffee maker? What good is that?” said Josh. “It’s just her and … Continue reading

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