“You can't go in there.”
I went in there and came straight out again; it was terrible.
“I told you, everything that's gooey she paints as stripes on the walls.”
“I have another idea.”
I went to my room and picked up the phone. “Hello Doreen!”
“This is Chardonnay speaking.”
“You don't sound like Chardonnay.”
“Doreen, come to the room with the big S on the door. I am waiting for you.” I put the phone down.
She opened the door. I had forgotten how tall she was, the biggest person I have ever seen.
“Doreen, take off your clothes!” She dropped her clothes in a heap on the floor and I removed my clothes.
“Doreen, pick me up and carry me to the bathroom.” We went into the shower and I washed her back and her chest and her hair. She put me down and I washed the rest of her.
I sat on her lap and dried her and kissed her. “We are going to put on some nice clothes and visit Chardonnay.”
We went to the room with the big C on the door; Chardonnay was naturally expecting us.
The two giant women stared at each other. How long since they had last seen each other? They rushed at each other and I was caught in the middle. I had often seen them in a sandwich, but this was the first time that I was in one.
I could feel the emotions. I could not see the emotions. I could not see anything. It was the final sandwich. It was the end.