by Don Pizarro
A Tibetan Buddhist monk stands in line at Auntie Anne's, and gets a pretzel and a coffee. He joins three other monks at a table in the mall food court, right in front of the Wendy's. Another monk has a frozen orange sherbet and is reading the back of what looks like a DVD copy of WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT? This just doesn't seem right. My face contorts into a Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot expression, and I start worrying about the dangers that consumerism, fast food, and Mrs. Rabbit could pose on their journey to enlightenment. Then I realize, maybe it's my enlightenment that I should be worried about.
6S - C2
Don Pizarro watched the first two sentences play out at the local mall the day after he got the notice for this contest. He took it as a sign.