The Red Moustache Manuscripts

The Red Moustache Manuscripts contains vignettes chronicling over a half century of adventures. Some of the stories are amusingly funny while others can be seriously enlightening. So come in and enjoy a truly unique experience!

Blah, blah, blah...

“You wouldn’t believe it Jerry-”

“What George?”

“I went to visit Scott”


“You know how he’s always saying ‘blah, blah, blah’?”


“Now I’m saying it!”

“Can’t be! How long were you there?”

“I don’t know… We went to his favorite Sushi Bar and you know blah, blah, blah- There I go!”

“George, I think you have a case of the Blah, Blah, Blahs!”

“What do I do? I can’t go into work this way!”

“You’ll have to go see the Blah, Blah, Blah Doctor-”

“They have such a thing?”

“Of course they do. The Blah, Blah, Blahs are very contagious. It spreads through any verbal communication. Why I’m putting myself at risk right now just talking to you about it. When did it first start?”

“I left Scott’s house and bumped into his friend Gary. You remember Gary? The guy he went to college with, blah, blah, blah…”

“Don’t stop George. You have to let it run its course!”

“He asked me what brought me to this section of town. I said I was visiting Scott and his family.”

“Then what?”

“He said he hadn’t seen them in a while and asked me how they were doing.”


“I said Scott started a new job and his wife and two kids were doing fine, blah, blah, blah!”

“Oh George, it’s worse than I thought. You’ve had a severe reaction. You have to seek professional help immediately!”

“Oh god Jerry! There’s Scott-”

“Hi George, Jerry. Seems whenever I bump into you two you’re eating in Monk’s.”

“We both like to eat Scott and this is George’s and my favorite diner.”

“Love to sit and chat with you two, but I gotta run. In meetings all day long, blah, blah, blah…”

“Did you see that Jerry? He was here for less than two minutes and used blah, blah, blah!”

“He’s a very sick man George. If you do not want to end up like him you’ll have to seek professional help.”

“Who should I call?”

“You’ll need a referral. Call your regular doctor, he’ll know what to do.”

“Thanks Jerry.”

“I’ve gotta run George. I need to pick up my dry cleaning, drive Kramer cross town for a haircut, you know, more of the daily routine, blah, blah, blah…”


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