Well, here's hoping my husband doesn't read this blog entry...hehe.
The purpose of this exercise is to think of constructive ways to eliminate a fictitious lover, using creative measures with as little evidence left behind as possible.
So I thought I'd put it out there for all you criminal minds.
Here's the set up:
You are the fictional protagonist. Your lover is having an affair with a co-worker. And you've had enough! You have taken those infidelities far too long and you have finally snapped. It is the night of your lover's big promotion and everyone is celebrating at a private hall. And of course, the "other" is there, right across the room, sipping champagne, looking innocent as hell.
What happens next? What do you do? Do you eliminate your lover, or the "other"? You choose. And how do you do it?
There must be fifty ways to kill a lover...cue music, please...
Just stab him in the back, Jack. Make a new plan, Stan. You don't need to be coy, Roy. Just get yourself free. Throw him in front of the bus, Gus. You don't need to discuss much. Drop him off the balcony, Lee. And get yourself free.
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