July 3, 2017 Roy Jr. & Maggie

Maggie
How long you gonna stand back there, kid?

Maggie
Ok, whatever. Be a creeper. Just promise not to slice off my panties before you rape me, k? I like this pair.

Roy Jr.
Sorry. I didn’t expect to see anyone here

Maggie
Same. Glad I wasn’t like taking a dump or anything

Roy Jr.
How are you not getting eaten alive by mosquitoes?

Maggie
Oh, trust me. I showered in Deep Woods Off.

Roy Jr.
Good. I hear Lyme disease is crazy this year.

Maggie
I probably already have it. Isn’t that the one that makes your memory go to shit?

Roy Jr.
I think you’re thinking of Alzheimer’s

Maggie
I know what Alzheimer’s is, dillweed. But Lyme disease messes with your brainbox, doesn’t it?

Roy Jr.
Brainbox? Heh.

Maggie
You can come closer, you know. I only bite at night, or on camera.

Roy Jr.
Your one of my dad’s camgirls, aren’t you?

Maggie
Oh. My. God. Are you Roy Junior?

Roy Jr.
Yeah. Why?

Maggie
I thought you were like this little–oh wait. Do you have a little brother?

Roy Jr.
Nope. No brothers or sisters

Maggie
Ok. Someone said that Roy had a son, but I pictured you as being like eight or nine

Roy Jr.
Well, I was nine like eight years ago

Maggie
Smart ass. Now come over here. Want a smoke?

Roy Jr.
No thanks.

Maggie
Let me guess. You don’t smoke, you don’t drink, you don’t swear.

Maggie
Your smile just answered that question.

Roy Jr.
Why are you out here?

Maggie
What are you out here?

Roy Jr.
I like to go for hikes be alone

Maggie
And I like to stand out here and be alone with my smokes and my thoughts

Roy Jr.
Ok. I can leave

Maggie
I am making an exception, just for you, for now. Until you start asking stupid questions.

Roy Jr.
What’s your name?

Maggie
Maggie

Roy Jr.
Well, I’m Roy.

Maggie
I think we’ve established that

Roy
Oh yeah. Duh.

Roy Jr.
You look like a Maggie

Maggie
What’s that supposed to mean? I always thought Maggie sounded English, like the name of a British baglady

Roy Jr.
It’s the British part. You just have a British look about your face–or maybe it’s the hair.

Maggie
Is that good? No, don’t answer that. You’re gonna tell me how sexy I look and I get that all day long from horny guys and I’m sick of hearing it.

Roy Jr.
Wow

Maggie
What?

Roy Jr.
I never imagined a girl could tire of hearing compliments

Maggie
It’s different when the compliments are coming from a guy whose face is staring at your cunt while he’s stroking his dick. Don’t look so shocked. I know you watch porn.

Roy Jr.
Not really. Some.

Maggie
Ok, when you start to lie, you have to move back. Take a few steps back, little man.

Roy Jr.
I’m not lying.

Maggie
Mm-hmm. Anyway, I’m sure your girlfriend looks at porn, too.

Maggie
Or boyfriend?

Roy Jr.
Girlfriend

Maggie
Ok! No judgment. Oh shit.

Roy Jr.
Yeah, you’ve got like a huge swarm of mosquitoes over your head

Maggie
It’s still good. A little dirt with my tobacco. Oh, yeah, look at that. Well, as long as they stay up there, they can orbit my hair all they want.

Roy Jr.
I’ve got some insect spray with me

Maggie
If I put on anymore bug spray, I might combust the next time I light a cigarette.

Roy Jr.
Ok

Maggie
So what’s it like having your dad as the sex streaming king of Aitkin County?

Roy Jr.
I didn’t even know about it until like four months ago

Maggie
You’re joking

Roy Jr.
Nope. I wasn’t ever allowed back here

Maggie
And that didn’t make you curious? Have you never seen “The Goonies”? Or “Stand By Me”?

Roy Jr.
Nope. But it was like one of those things I just didn’t question. I don’t go into my Dad’s bedroom.

Maggie
That is really weird. Why? Does he beat you?

Roy Jr.
No! My Dad isn’t like that

Maggie
Take it easy, kid. Just asking a question.

Roy Jr.
He told me when I was little that the forest back here used to be some World War 2 testing ground for landmines, and they never really cleaned them up.

Maggie
Landmines? How do they test land mines? By having people walk around until they step on one and blow up? Really?

Roy Jr.
Well, it sounds stupid now. But back then it scared me enough to stay away.

Maggie
I don’t know, kid. Maybe they’re still a few out here. Better be careful.

Roy Jr.
Mm-hmm. Anyway, my Dad isn’t like super controlling or anything. He has a few rules and it’s easy enough to follow them and stay off his bad side.

Maggie
That’s exactly what Roy says: “I have only a few rules and it’s easy enough to follow them.’

Roy Jr.
He tells you that?

Maggie
He tells everyone that whenever we screw up, like when you leave your makeup on a vanity or no one’s loading the dishwasher. Basically, he’s like ‘clean up your shit.’ Most of us do, but I think we just like to get on his nerves sometimes.

Roy Jr.
I got grounded from my computer for a week last summer when my friend and I rode the four-wheeler down here one night during a sleep-over

Maggie
Whoa! What a rough life you have, Roy Junior

Roy Jr.
It was! We flipped my four-wheeler that weekend, too. I broke my wrist, so I had nothing to do.

Maggie
But…you could play on the computer with a broken wrist?

Roy Jr.
Yeah, no problem.

Maggie
But you couldn’t jack-off, could you? Don’t answer that.

Roy Jr.
Is there a trail you follow to get back here?

Maggie
Yep. Right through there. See?

Roy Jr.
Not really

Maggie
Yeah, it winds around way back there. There’s even a little board over the creek. I’ve seen you walk past here. That was you on Monday, right?

Roy Jr.
Around 4:30? Probably

Maggie
So…what’s up with not following Dad’s rules?

Roy Jr.
It’s like you said. Now I’m curious. I mean, what’s the big deal?

Maggie
The big deal is two barns full of naked young women that this 16-year-old–

Roy Jr.
17-year-old

Maggie
And this 17-year-old is asking what the big deal is. You sure you’re not gay?

Roy Jr.
I’m sure. Like I said, I didn’t know what was back here. I had a hunch, but–

Maggie
I still say that’s bullshit. How can you live, what? Less than half a mile from here and not know anything about his business? How long have you lived here?

Roy Jr.
We moved here when I was seven.

Maggie
So…you lived here for the past ten years–an entire decade! And not once did you decide to walk back here until a few weeks ago. Have you ever asked your Dad what he does for a living?

Roy Jr.
That’s not true. Like I said, my friend and I took the four-wheeler back here last summer. That’s when my Dad told me the same stupid story, that the Army tested landmines out here and failed to clean up some of them.

Maggie
So why are there no signs? Or barbed wire?

Roy Jr.
There are No Trespassing signs posted along the fence.

Maggie
Yeah, but I think if there was a chance you could die back here, the signs would probably warn you about landmines

Maggie
That’s crazy, that you believed him.

Roy Jr.
Well, I didn’t really want to test it out.

 

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