In Better Left Unsaid, Sal talks to his best friend Riggs about the hard hand he’s dealt at home and believes his friend has it way better.
SAL: What do you mean us, Riggs? It’s me. ME! Me and my lousy life. Don’t even know why I was born. I mean, I never got that…why have kids if you’re gonna treat them so bad…right? Makes no sense. Unless I was an accident. Probably was, even though when I asked my mom she said I wasn’t. But I don’t buy that crap. If I was wanted, I wouldn’t get treated like I wasn’t wanted. I ain’t that dumb. Hell, I know I don’t come from some decent family. Don’t even know why you’re still friends with me. You come from a good family. Hard working, friendly…I never knew that a family existed like that till we started hanging out. I was shocked in comparison to my family of lunatics. You’re lucky Riggs. You’re real lucky.
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In the one act eplay Better Left Unsaid, Riggs offers to help his best friend Sal by coming up with a potential solution to stop the beatings he continues to get from home. 2 Male Teens. Drama.
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