1098. Neighbourhood watch

My neighbour works as a prostitute. Well, that’s a bit harsh; she’s a “call girl”. She must be all of thirty if you want to know, and she drives quite an expensive motor vehicle. So she must be doing quite well.

In between times, and goodness knows she seems to sleep in quite late, she sells marijuana to all the people who constantly visit. I can see them out my window. They’re all eager for the weed. They knock on her door with four taps, with a brief pause after the third. From my window I see things handed over, and then they’re back in their cars and off like a shot.

I know it is marijuana because she grows it just over the fence on her property at the bottom of the garden. I see it when I mow my lawn. I have no idea where she dries the stuff. Maybe in her garage or in her roof somewhere.

So both these activities keep her pretty busy, and no doubt rich: entertaining guests and selling dope. I know it keeps her busy because every time I’ve knocked four taps on her door she’s been too busy to see me.

13 thoughts on “1098. Neighbourhood watch

  1. fitfulfearfulphantasmal

    I love how you have 666 followers at this point in time, pot is the featured image, and it’s about prostitution. I LOVE that! I’m laughing crazily. hehhehehe. I tried to paste a screen shot of these three things but i guess we can’t do that in comments. i had fun reading this bruce. thanks!

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  2. derrickjknight

    A fellow commuter and I sat opposite a homely looking young woman on the train to Newark one evening. My companion was keen. He asked if she was a nurse. ‘Sort of’, was the answer. She was ‘a working girl’ off for the weekend to visit her parents in the North. He asked for her phone number. She declined. He offered a drink from the bar. She declined. He got up and went off for one for himself. In his absence she gave me her number. I hadn’t asked for it. Smug, or what? 🙂

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