Chicken Cutlet Sandwich and Some Wings is about two teens who are the best of friends doing their best to cope with one another’s family issues. 1 male 1 female.
Chicken Cutlet Sandwich and Some Wings
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Yolanda: Why you so touchy feely? So sensitive! I can’t say nothing without you taking offense to it. What’s wrong with you?
Doogie: You don’t see yourself. You always have something negative to say.
Yolanda: Yeah but I’m playing with you though.
Doogie: Doesn’t feel like playing.
Yolanda: How long you know me Doogie?
Yolanda: So whatch you sayin’?
Doogie: You get aggressive.
Yolanda: Awwww, poor Doogie gettin’ all sad on me.
Doogie: See? That tone right there. It’s like you don’t like me.
Yolanda: Course I like you. You’re my best friend.
Doogie: You sure?
Yolanda: You on your period?
Doogie: You need to chill.
Doogie: (snaps) I’m serious!
Yolanda: I’ll leave you alone then.
Doogie: I don’t want to be left alone, I just want to be treated right! Is that so hard for everybody to understand?
Yolanda: …What’s up?
DOOGIE pulls his shirt over his shoulder to reveal a dark bruise.
What the hell?
Doogie: My brothers beat the sh’t out of me last night.
Yolanda: Like play fighting or for real?
Doogie: For real.
Yolanda: Does it hurt?
YOLANDA touches DOOGIE’S bruise and he winces.
Doogie: Damn! (puts his shirt back over his shoulder)
Yolanda: Why those morons always do that to you?!
Doogie: There was no dinner but I saw a chicken cutlet sandwich and some wings in the fridge, so I ate it. It was their food and they kicked my ass.
Yolanda: Why didn’t you come by me for dinner?
Doogie: How many times am I going to come over for food?
Yolanda: Every day if you want.
Doogie: Yeah, well, I’m hoping I get this job at McDonalds cause then I can eat and get paid.
Yolanda: You applied?
Yolanda: Ain’t that far from where we live?
Doogie: Take my bike.
Yolanda: …I feel stupid now. I should already know, right?
Doogie: It’s not your fault Yola. You’re just being you.
Yolanda: Maybe I can work with you, get a job at Mickey D’s too.
Doogie: You would suck. Ha ha.
Yolanda: Whatch you mean? I can flip burgers better than you any day of the week.
Doogie: I don’t think we need to flip burgers. I think they nuke them, don’t they?
Doogie: So, what’s on the menu tonight, I’m starving.
Yolanda: Let’s find out. I’m hungry too.
Doogie: Your mom don’t mind me coming over all the time?
Yolanda: Hell no. She loves you.
Doogie: I love her cooking. She can open up her own restaurant.
Yolanda: Shut up.
Doogie: Just saying.
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