Six Sentence Stories
This week’s cue is>>>>stall
“Val, if you are ready to go with me to pick up the vehicle, drive the bank car to the front of the building and I’ll meet you out there after I get the file,” JC said.
“This is where he works and his vehicle is in front of the building, but unfortunately it’s parked right in front of the window!” JC complained.
“I’ll go in, talk to him and stall him long enough for you to drive the vehicle away,” Val remarked.
JC quickly unlocked his vehicle with the key she had made, locked the door, tried to adjust the seat, but his legs are very long because she could barely push the clutch down to change the gears, however, she managed to scoot down enough to put them in reverse, and quickly backed out just as she saw the customer run out to his vehicle screaming at her.
Although she could barely see over the steering wheel since she could not adjust the seat, she managed to drive to the closest convenience store, park and adjust the seat.
Then, she called the police to inform them that she had repossessed the customer’s vehicle.
(this is based on a true story)
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