Admirable Carly Shay
A Short Story
by Nevel Papperman
Carly Shay was thinking about Freddie Benson again. Freddie was a smart patient with charming lips and brunette feet.
Carly walked over to the window and reflected on her huge surroundings. She had always loved urban Seattle with its bewildered, bumpy buildings. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel confident.
Then she saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the a smart figure of Freddie Benson.
Carly gulped. She glanced at her own reflection. She was an admirable, adorable, smoothie drinker with skinny lips and short feet. Her friends saw her as an arrogant, adventurous angel. Once, she had even helped a quickest old man cross the road.
But not even an admirable…
A Supernanny parody came to the FaKaua family's house, but the kids attacked her and Lori drove her somewhere else.
Ultra Babysitter/Lulu: I'm in Omörtu, Sulba, ready to help a family of seven girls.
???: Hi, I'm Lori.
???: I'm Paul.
Both: We are the FaKauas.
Lori: I am going to high school (which I never attended when I was younger) and I used to be a stay-at-home mum, and before I was one, I worked as an exotic dancer and was homeless.'
Paul: We have seven daughters, Sally (aged 15), Denise (aged 10), Ainslee and Yashi (twins aged 8), Charlotte (aged 6), Shelby Sue (aged 5) and Sina (aged 2).
Lori: Sally, Shelby Sue and Sina are the main problems.
[opening song plays]
Lincoln: Hello, come right in.
Lulu: Nice to meet you.
Lincoln: I'm the family bu…