Is it in the ayes or the noes?

“It might actually be safer for you to come with me to the station and answer some questions. No one would dare try to kill you there,” she said blandly, blinking as she turned first to Max and then to Ralphie.

The look on Ralphie’s face, they way his eyebrows were raised, his cheeks taut in an ear-to-ear grin, said he thought the idea was perfect, that he’d be happy to oblige the officer.

“I don’t think I agree,” Max countered. ” Until we know exactly who we’re dealing with, I don’t see how you can possibly know that. I don’t approve.”

 

 

The 100 Word Challenge prompt this week is: Countenance

 

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4 thoughts on “Is it in the ayes or the noes?

  1. It took me a minute to understand what you have done, here. Most people don’t do the whole “100 Word Challenge without using the actual word” thing. But you let the word drive your description of his countenance. Cool. Well done. It teaches me that perhaps I shouldn’t be so literal.

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