Causing A Scene

Charlie tells his Dad why he doesn’t like hanging out with his cousin as much anymore.

CHARLIE:  I know he’s my cousin, I know.  You pressure me to hang out with him but you have no idea what it’s like.  It’s a constant battle and embarrassment.  We went to a house party a good friend of mine was throwing and he ended up getting into a fight with one of my boys.  It puts me in a bad spot because he’s my cousin but it was also my good friend and nine times out of ten it’s always his fault.

I don’t want to hang out with him anymore because he’s always causing problems. Wherever we go, whatever we do, he’s always causing a scene.  This is why I don’t want to chill out with him as much.

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Joseph Arnone

Joseph Arnone is a filmmaker and founder of Monologue Blogger.

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