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Chicken’n’jalapeno-filled Bread Knee

“Just fill it.”
“Fill it up?”
“Yeah, all the way.”
“You want it all…”
“All, yes… all. Keep filling. Don’t forget the— Ouch!”
“Fingers away from the cheese grater.”
“When’s it gonna be ready?”
“Just as soon as you stop bleating.”
“I’m not bleeding.”
“No. That much you’re right about.”

When writing dialogue, let the surprise use of language carry you toward some climax. Be aware of double entendre, innuendo, euphemism, puns & wordplay, and the misconstrued passage that can make all the difference to a scene.

 

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