It was snowing heavily when the 2 girls went outside to duke it out. They were dressed in their pajamas and slippers. Minnie took the first swing. She missed.
Wolf threw a left and hit dead air. Minnie had fallen in a snow bank. Wolf lost her footing and landed next to her. They were covered in snow and could not move. 4 bunny slippers were missing.
The residents were staring out the window, cheering and laughing. When they realized the girls were not moving, George and Frank ran out to help them out of the snow.
As soon as they were on their feet, bam! Minnie threw another blow and hit George. Wolf’s fist hit Frank. The guys fell in the snow bank. Now they were stuck. The girls tried to help them, and fell on top of them. Patrick and Laura ran out to help the hapless 4-some, and slipped into the same snow bank. Now there were 6 old folks stuck in the snow.
When Pat and Gordon started for the door, the Director said, “No. No way are you going out there. Get back inside, all of you. And call Willie. I will need his help to get these idiots back inside.”
Willie sauntered out to the snow bank with a joint in his hand. “Hey Man, Groovy. Are we doing snow angels or what?”
The Director gave Willie a dirty look. Willie said, “Oh sorry. Here. Take a puff or two.”
By now the snow was falling at over 2 inches per hour. The Director tried pulling the residents out of the snow bank, but they were dead weight and would not move. She had no choice. She had to call 911.
The police said they were too busy with car accidents to help. They suggested the Fire Department. The Fire Chief answered and refused to come over. Now, if it had been a cat up a tree, he would have answered the call. But 6 old folks in the snow? No way.
Gordon stripped the sheets off the beds and made a rope. One by one, the frozen old folks were dragged back into the home.
They were shivering and cursing Minnie and Wolf. The 2 girls complained that they had lost their bunny slippers. No one cared. The residents decided this was the last straw. They were going to force these 2 old bags to kiss and make up.
To be continued.