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Lee Fudge

United States


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The High-Five.

September 3, 2017


A courtroom, that's where we were. A man was being tried for a murder I committed. It's very nice of him. Right now I am being questioned by his lawyer.

"Just one last question, why did you kill the man?" He said

"I didn't," I said.

The lawyer, looked disappointed, but then had an "I-an-idea-to-prove-you-killed-him-face".

"Okay, you're good," He held his hand up," High-Five, murderer,"

A was shocked, sweat was going everywhere for the first time in the whole day.

I can't make a move, I thought, but I can't leave him hanging now can I?

Slowly I raised my hand.

"No, you can't give him a high five!" Part of me thought.

"You can't leave him hanging!" The other part thought.

And then it happened....I had given him a high-five.
Apologies if this is bad, it's my first story. I'd appreciate it if you commented!


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  • Lee Fudge

    People are still commenting on this?

    over 1 year ago
  • Surly Wombat

    oh I get it. the lawyer said high five murderer. that means if he gives him a high five he responds to murderer

    over 1 year ago
  • AbigailSauble

    This is interesting. I was thinking as I read the piece that his hand has some identifiable mark on it to prove that he was the murderer. Perhaps you could continue this?
    Keep writing!
    God bless!

    almost 2 years ago
  • Kaitlyn ❄

    I just read your piece about the things you hated and liked. I have to say, I really like this piece.

    almost 2 years ago
  • Glytch Montoya

    Maybe he had a scar on his hand that he got during the murder?
    Maybe he still had blood stains on his hands from murdering the man?
    Maybe he was born with an extra finger on each hand?

    Lot's of possibilities!

    about 2 years ago
  • Lee Fudge

    I am going to be honest, this made more sense in my head.

    about 2 years ago
  • rainandsonder

    This is an interesting idea, but it doesn't really make sense. How could a high-five prove that he committed a murder?

    about 2 years ago