Gin and Tonic (A very circular tale.)

Gerald traded away his luck for a gin and tonic, but that wasn’t the worst decision he made that night.  That award would go to him giving his love away to April, who immediately cashed it in for a romantic private flight for two to Miami Beach, sans Gerald.  At least Gerald would always have the memory of April kissing him after she booked the reservation.  That was a moment he would not forget till he died, which was shortly after kissing April and taking a drink of his gin and tonic, because he slipped off his barstool during the kiss and smashed in the back of his head.  April was so distraught that she ended up taking the extremely handsome EMT that responded to Gerald’s demise on the aforementioned Miami Beach trip, because that was what she thought Gerald would have wanted.  So the EMT slammed back the rest of the gin and tonic, not wanting it to go to waste, before taking April to the airport for their first adventure together.  All this because Gerald traded away his luck for a gin and tonic.

2 thoughts on “Gin and Tonic (A very circular tale.)

  1. How do we know Gerald isn’t the EMT? There’s the catch…

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