In short drama monologue Wonky, Byron stares at his gift and notices another toy that comes with a defect.

Byron:  (Byron stares at his action figure toy) Another wonky gift.  (he looks at audience) My parents always seem to get me the latest trending toy but it’s also always the defected one. There’s always a missing piece like this guy missing his arm.  I guess it’s less expensive for them and I don’t mind.  I just tell my friends that I lost a piece while playing, so no one catches on.

I have a whole gang of defected toys in my room.  Loads of them…but I’m glad because they are like me in lots of ways and I’m like them, so, we are family.

Joseph Arnone


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