Estimated reading time: 2 minute(s)
Below, you will find a fictional dialogue between Justin and Justina, two unusual-yet-similarly-named friends. The pair find themselves walking past an emergency room entrance in the evening. There is an empty ambulance parked outside of the building. Its siren lights are flashing despite there being no signs that the vehicle is doing anything. The flashing lights produce a harsh effect in the dark. What thoughts will our hero, Justin, and heroine, Justina, have on this heart-throbbing scene? Read on to find out.
The Seizure-Inducing Ambulance
Justina: Ugh. Why are its lights on? No one is in it. I’m going to have a seizure.
Justin: Interesting. Very smart.
Justina: What is smart about this? Are you going to say something dumb like “at least we’re in front of a hospital”?
Justin: Well. That depends on how you define “like” here.
Justina: I knew it.
Justin: To be sure, that they’re going to cause seizures right in front of the ER is well-played. But I’m attacking this from a different angle.
Justina: It’s going to be a dumb angle.
Justin: When you’re lying on the ground having a seizure…
Justina: Why am I having the seizure!?
Justin: You said it! Not me.
Justina: It was a joke!
Justin: Anyway… They won’t have to put you in the ambulance. You see? You’re right at the door. They can just carry you in.
Justin: That frees up the ambulance to cause more innocent passers-by on their evening walks to have seizures while you’re being attended to.
Justina: You did attack it from another angle. Sure enough, it was dumber than I thought.