(Sammy, the Gat, is a continuing story.)
(Glossary at end.)
My newly IDed Celtic contact is leakin’ crimson curlicues on the dusty as I circumvent the circumstances and head for the threshold. I got a speed-need for a juice mobile and there ain’t a primo-limo around. A boppin’ Billy the Kid hops outta a Three-Stooges-meet-James-Bond Shrek-wreck and I spot the toothed turn-ons dangling from the ignish.
I channel my inner Kookie without the comb and pole vault into the ragtop without a top. I twist the fire starter and the intern-combust takes off. The ol’ blinkers wide-eye it: I got me a twelve-under Black Beauty Mach-monster tricked out as a jalop. My cool heats up as I head for Drizzle City.
THE GATIONARY of Sammy Speak
Black Beauty: n. Green Hornet’s high-tech car. blinker: n. eye.
circumvent the circumstances: v. flee. crimson curlicue: n. pool of blood.
Drizzle City: n. London. dusty: n. floor. fire starter: n. ignition key.
ignish: n. ignition. intern-combust: n. automobile engine. jalop: n. jalopy, beat-up car.
juice mobile: n. fast car.
Kookie without the Comb: n. Edd Byrnes in 77 Sunset Strip. ragtop: n. convertible.
speed-need: n. urgent demand. toothed turn-on: n. key.
twelve-under: n. twelve cylinders under the hood.
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(Photo by Beth Carter, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, Friday Fictioneers, March 1, 2013.)