Klindworth and Cimino were having their nightly Hot Dog Debate.
“Of the rivers in the Garden of Eden,” Klindworth explained, “The Tigris and Euphrates still exist. The Tigris represents mankind’s poisonous secular culture, and Euphrates, his poisonous government.”
“Of course,” his friend continued. “The Pishon and Gihon represent what we have lost by Original Sin.”
Throughout their argument, Wass, the weinie salesman, was understandably frustrated.
“If you want that desperately to talk about things like that,” said he, “Go over to the apple stand.”
Klindworth, ever the wise~ass, replied: “Are you sure they aren’t pomegranates, my friend?”
Rochelle takes us yet again upon our weekly Friday Fictioneers jaunt. This week’s photo prompt was provided by Jill Wisoff