Charmy Receives a Priceless Inheritance

SO, WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

“I paid forty bucks to rent this stupid suit and all I get is a stupid ceramic blob!”. yells Charmy.

“This concludes our proceedings”, informs the man in the goofy bow tie. “Please see the clerk to log out your inheritances”.

“Excuse me sir”, says an elderly lady in a stuffy, upper-class accent. “Would you be interested in a trade?”

“What? why?”, asks Charmy.

“Emily and I were very close during our golden age”, reveals the old lady.

“I wonder what years I am living in right now?” wonders Charmy.

“I would say you are living in the stone age”, says a rude man with his stuck-up nose pointed in the air. “Did you buy that suit at Wal-Mart?”

“I will have you know I rented this suit from Wacky Bill’s Suit Barn”, says Charmy as his face droops. “Yeah, that sounds worse”.

“Anyhoo…,” says the old woman. “Would you like to work out a trade”?

“I don’t know”, says Charmy. “What did you inherit?”

“I was bestowed her Yacht”, reveals the old woman.

“Okay! I will trade you this for that yacht!” exclaims Charmy.

“Oh, no no no no…”, chuckles the old woman. “I will trade you this shiny new quarter”.

“Wow, it is really shiny!”, says Charmy with a silly grin. “But I think this is worth more than a stupid quarter”.

“Very well then”, says the old lady as she digs in her purse. “What if I add this shiny, new dime!”

“Thirty-five cents for this handcrafted, work of art?”, asks Charmy.

“Sorry”, I do not know what I was thinking”, said the old lady.

“No takebacks!” yells Charmy. “Trade accepted!”

“Thank you deary”, Says the old lady. “You have no idea what this means to little old me”.

The little old lady suddenly pulls a hammer out of her purse. The hammer is quite a bit larger than her purse so Charmy’s eyes light up with astonishment.

“What are you going to do with that hammer?”, asks Charmy.

The old lady sits the ceramic sculpture down and cracks it open. Inside the ceramic statue was a bunch of rare gold Spanish coins hidden away.

Yes!”, screams the old lady. She turns to Charmy and yells, “SUCKER!”

“Wait… what?”, asks Charmy.

“These coins are worth more than everything she owned combined”, says the old lady as she shuffles away.

“Oh, too bad sir”, says the guy with the goofy bow tie. “You did learn a very valuable lesson”.

“Yes, I did!”, says Charmy. “Don’t mess with little old ladies because they may have a hammer in their purse”.

“Um…”, mutters the guy with the goofy bow tie.

“I gotta run back to the base and show Weaver my shiny new coins!” says Charmy as he runs off.

“I must admit, those coins were very shiny”… mumble the guy with the goofy bow tie as we end the scene.

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Cartoonist and Creator of the nationally distributed comic strip Charmy's Army. Davy is renowned in Artist's Alley for his amazing mash-ups using his characters portraying pop culture icons and figures.

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