272. Trust a Sikh and I fire a Jew

“Trust a Sikh and I fire a Jew.”

Her off-key singing voice overpowers the sound of water bursting through the showerhead.

She sure gets the lyrics of just about every song horribly, horribly wrong.

But I love her.

Nothing else matters.



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10 thoughts on “272. Trust a Sikh and I fire a Jew

  1. elainecanham says:

    I travelled the world in generic jeans.

  2. Jasmine says:

    Your title could be seen as racist and stir racist offence. I dont see any connection between the title and the 4 lines, if they’re considered a STORY.

  3. William says:

    Yeah, I’m not getting which song lyrics the character’s misquoting. The whole religion thing might be distracting me from seeing the obvious, though. But that’s the risk you run.

  4. aliabbasali says:

    Metallica, The Unforgiven – Trust I seek and I find in you
    When you know what it is the racial risk adds to the enjoyment. My personal favourite is Jimi Hendrix – “Excuse me while I kiss this guy”

  5. aliabbasali says:

    Nothing Else Matters. Numpty. Sorry.

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  9. babylondogs says:

    “Racist offence”? Good job. Stand by your art. Too many people get offended these days. If I tried to not offend anybody, I’d have to be silent. This is a good short.

  10. i*Kan says:

    Ah! I love how you weaved the name of the song into this story. I didn’t get it till I saw aliabbassali’s comment… nonetheless I liked this little story a lot. Says so much about the characters in such few words.

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