“You have no morals or values and I like her because she has those”.
She stood their laughing, not because it was amusing, but because it seemed ridiculous that he was saying this when he had already crossed that immoral line. How does getting involved with your girl friend’s, friend who is married and has a child be called moral.
How does spending $1000 buying her a ticket so she can spend a weekend with you, be considered moral, how does she who got on the plane, leaving her child and husband, to be with you considered to be a person with values.
How is she who blatantly flirts with you, (her friend’s boy friend) while her husband is in the same room, be a person who has values.
Do you know the meaning of the word moral, she screams. “You stand there pointing your fingers at me, putting yourself on this moral pedestal, judging me for my shortcomings, when you have done the worse thing possible”.
He stands there, trying to find a response, refusing to take responsibility for his actions, somehow justifying what he has done as not being immoral. “You and she are no longer friends” he says. Once again refusing to accept why the friendship has ended.
“If this your definition of morality, I am glad I have none”, she says, turning her back and walking away from him and never looking back.
This post is part of the Daily Press Challenge 101. Write a post based on the contrast between two things — whether people, objects, emotions, places, or something else. Today’s twist, write the post in a form of a dialogue.