“Can you please sum it up, already?” I said. “I haven’t got all day, you know.”
“Okay, Fine,” Doug said, “but if you’d have seen her, you wouldn’t want me to skimp on the details.”
I looked at my watch, raised one eyebrow, and gave Doug an impatient look.
I looked at my watch again.
“Anyway, she was wearing a really low-cut blouse, you know, one with décolletage, or whatever you call it,” Doug continued. “And with those double-Ds of hers, there was little left to the imagination, believe me.”
“Seriously?” I said, “That’s what was so important?”
“Let me tell you, dude,” Doug said, “If you’d have seen her, you’d have felt the same frisson that I did.” Then he whipped out his iPhone and showed me a picture of her. Well, of her visible assets, anyway.
“You’re such a child,” I said.
Written for these daily prompts: Ragtag Daily Prompt (sum), Word of the Day Challenge (substitute), The Daily Spur (dish), Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (double), and Your Daily Word Prompt (