By Marianne Mancusi
If Chrissie Hayward knew that morning she'd be going again in time to rescue her loopy coworker Kat, she'd have worn higher footwear. Doubly so if she'd anticipated to fulfill her real love. based on the mysterious gypsy, Chrissie used to be the "gentle soul who may tame an outlaw's thirst for revenge" -- aka the true Robin Hood. So how come the fellow was once this sort of dud? LOST...IN SHERWOOD woodland? No, Robin of Locksley was once no Prince captivating. And the half approximately robbing the wealthy to feed the bad? He did not get the memo. in truth, all of the man appeared to do was once mope. (And he and his not-so-merry males proposal Chrissie used to be a boy. yes, she wasn't stacked, yet still!) still, he was once unswerving and courageous and good-looking as sin. If Chrissie coudl simply get him with the application, she may correct his wagon and get those boyz'n the wooden to be heroes of the world rather than twerps in tights. in basic terms then may well this prince of thieves turn into king of her center.
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Aye. " "Uh, yeah. Right. " Wait a sec. How does she know Kat's name? I don't remember Kat introducing herself when we were here before; she was too busy insulting the woman. Curiouser and curiouser. "Well, this is going to sound really crazy, but... um, she called me and wanted me to give you a message ... and ... " I glance around the tent, sure I'll locate hidden cameras. I'm being Punk'd, I know it. There's no other explanation. At least this means I might get to meet Ashton Kutcher.... I glance up at the gypsy, searching for the hint of a smile playing at the corners of her mouth.
But I'm determined not to let him get the best of me. After all, this could very likely be the first challenge in the reality show And if I am stuck on a reality show, I'm so not going to suffer the embarrassment of being kicked off on the first day. I nimbly hop onto the log, all my gymnastic training coming back to me. Mr. I-Challenge-You looks surprised as I twirl my staff and move toward him as best I can. Then he smiles wickedly, as if looking forward to the fight, and pulls out the second staff that was strapped to his back.
Robin nods to Much, then pulls a long white rag from his sack and turns to me. "I am afraid I must blindfold you for the remainder of the journey," he says apologetically. " I say, staring at the nasty, stained piece of cloth. Ewh. I take back all my "isn't he nice to give me shoes" thoughts. Robin laughs. " Maybe not, but I can only imagine the potential zit factor. I mean, who wore this before me? So help me if I get a sty. But I sigh and give in. After all, I don't have a lot of alternatives at this point.
A Hoboken Hipster in Sherwood Forest by Marianne Mancusi