The two sisters feel comfortable because they know each other and it’s just a performance like a game. They’re not going to hurt each other.
Ready to move on. The smaller one is ready to stab her in the back. Ole’ is over there and the other one will strike her. The one who loses shakes the winner’s hand and says, “It’s all done.” Then they settle the fight with having a steak.
These people are dancing. There’s a fireplace there. The lady is getting ready to stab the guy. She is mad. He called her fat! It’s a brick fireplace or a fireplace in the house. Early days in Houston, TX.
Hansel and Gretel. They know each other. They are performing on stage for a play. They may have an audience. That’s how they know each other. It seems like medieval times. There’s a name for the swords…hmmm, fencing! The one on the right is going to win. You can tell by the intelligence. Two sisters settling a dispute?
I hear clink, clink, clink, clink, clink, clink of the swords. The little one on the right is going to win. You can tell by the position of the swords. That backdrop is painted or something. There are people in the audience watching.
One sister says to the other, “I told you to stop wearing my clothes. Take that!” one has a sword and the other is stepping out and saying Ole’! These are two sisters adopted by the Fight Club! It’s a movie about fighting.
Created by male storytellers at a VA dementia care community. 24 April, 2017.