By Ken Arnold
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When he said it, I could tell he was smiling through his tears. Shirred Peek-a-boo Baby Doll with Matching High-Cut Panty “ALL I’M SAYING IS THAT YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCOUNT TO buy some prettier things,” Mary Alice says, scanning the ticket of my new, fluffy white bathrobe into the cash register and then punching in the code for my employee discount. ” I hiss, pointing to the front of the store. There, standing next to the thong table in all her dirty glory, is Catherine. Well, not really Catherine; that’s just the code name we’ve been taught to use when we suspect that someone is shoplifting.
I come here so frequently that some of the aquarium staff has begun to recognize me, which sort of frightens me. What kind of adult likes to spend her time with octopi, jellyfish, and turtles? That’s the question Gerard posed the one time I allowed him to accompany me here. It was an experiment to see if perhaps it would be fun to visit the aquarium with a friend, someone I could impress with my knowledge of what makes the blue lobster blue (it’s genetics, not diet), or why so many of the angelfish have what looks like another eye down by their tails (to confuse a predator, so it doesn’t know if they are coming or going).
I take my leave before she decides to address me as the Chemise Avenger, and go to lunch. “Don’t kill your baby! ” the greasy, skinny, fifty-something man with the too-short pants and stained tie shrieks at me as I walk past him at the end of the day. I grin and say nothing, but I always wonder the same thing: Doesn’t he recognize me walking by here every day, day after day, week after week, month after month? Doesn’t he realize that I have never made use of this Planned Parenthood, even when I knew that they were giving away free condoms, and I needed several dozen to decorate my friend Nancy’s bachelorette party outfit?
Amazing Grace and other Gospel Sounds for Harmonica by Ken Arnold