“Don’t pinch me!” She squawked.
“Looks like you’ve found yourself in a pinch.” He grinned.
“Stop. Seriously, your puns are stupid.” Celeste said in her usual monotone way.
“You know I’m funny.” Lu poked at her, literally and figuratively.
“Lu! You need to stop following me around. I have chores to do, and mom is pissy.”
“Aww, come oooonnnn, I’m boooored.” He whined and flopped upside down on the couch with his feet in the air.
“Why did I get stuck with Satan as an invisible friend?! Arrrg!”
“Now you know I am not Satan. That’s good ‘ole pops, and unless I can learn to be bad, he will never let me come home, and you’ll be stuck with me.” He smirked.
She gave him the evil eye.
“Oh my God! I am never touching a Ouija board again! That is unless it will help me get rid of you!”