“Yeah, you’ll have them rolling in the aisles with fear,” said Michael, chuckling.
Yada, yada, yada,” said Frank.
“You must be so proud,” said Johnny, his voice dripping in sarcasm.
The three boys broke out laughing when Jacob’s mother called out, “Jacob, sweetie, get in the Caravan. We don’t want you to be late.”
Johnny looked at Michael and Frank and said in a stage whisper loud enough for Jacob to hear, “Yes, sweetie, the minivan has always been the favored mode of transportation for samurai warriors.
When tears welled up in Jacob’s eyes, his mother reached over to Jacob and hugged him. “Don’t let those boys upset you, honey. You are the sweetest samurai warrior ever.”
Written for these daily prompts: Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (only), The Daily Spur (samurai), Ragtag Daily Prompt (yada, yada, yada), Your Daily Word Prompt (proud), and Word of the Day Challenge (caravan).