Anything Is Possible

In the comedic monologue, Anything Is Possible, Shariah confronts a do it yourself home owner about how much longer the ongoing construction is going to be.

Shariah:  Excuse me, excuse me!  Hi, hi…this is me nice, HI.  I’m sorry but it’s been like three years, literally, three years of the sound of metal grinding against metal or brick or wood, I don’t know what you have going on over there.

What I do know is that I’m starting to flip.  Right?  I have a headache to end all headaches.  I work from home during the day everyday (pointing) right there, third floor up, second window from the left…I can’t even keep my windows open to get fresh air or make business calls without shutting them.  All of my work is accompanied by your obnoxious grinding sounds that give me the shakes.  I even hear the sound of grinding, when you’re not grinding.  How do ya like that?

So I have a question for you.

How much longer is repairing the side of your home going to take?  (beat)  Three days?  You just said three days?  We went from three years to three days, just like that?  Amazing, amazing.  (beat)  Okay, okay.

Three days!  Great!  Three more days of medieval torture and I’m free, huh?  Okay…I’ll give ya the three days but after that, I don’t know, I don’t know, anything is possible…you know what I’m saying?

Right.  We’ve connected.  So, let’s see where things go.  Three days.  Thank you.

Joseph Arnone


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