"Hey! Come-ere...gimme...another...another...one of these!"
"Are you seriously ordering another martini?"
"I'm not drunk! I'm just a little...inebriated...I am, I swear."
"What is this? Martini number 15? You need to cool it."
"I'm fine, I'm just here to celebrate...you! Your birthday."
"You're drunk. Are you really ok?"
"I'm fine. Thank you...oops! giggle I just spilled the whole thing...lemme get another one."
"No, you're cut off. Do you need help getting home? Should I call you a cab?"
"I am good. And I am not drunk! And I am going home. And I can drink more-I'm just okay because...because it's your birthday."
"Get home safe, thank you for coming to my party-you made it-interesting."
"You keep having fun. Goodnight. And I'm still not drunk."
This post was written in response to Jenny Matlock's Saturday Centus prompt.
This week we are doing a DIALOGUE story. All dialogue. Period. Word Count-150 words plus the six words of the prompt. Style of writing-Dialogue Only. No pictures-paint the story with your words. The prompt this week is: "Are you seriously ordering another martini?"
A conversation like this actually happened at my friend's 22nd birthday party at a bar in Philadelphia. I am the drunk in question in the story.