The Foreman's Meltdown: The Weekend Freewrite

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"Build wild bricks of unity. We need this site!" He was foaming at the mouth from screaming so much. His hair, brushed by the wind, folded back revealing his toupee.

Henry ignored him and kept at it with the drill.

Peter hammering the nail, smashed his finger, yelling out, "FUCK!" His thumb splits open and the blood drops onto the wood beneath him.

"What the Fuck!?? That is coming out of your paycheck." The foreman stamped on the ground toward Peter, his boots sending out a puff of smoke that took on the shape of twisted dragons fighting.

Clamoring away in Huckley's headphones were the sound of the Judds as he took the jack to the concrete.

"You're fired, Peter," his screaming, muffled by the sounds of the jack, made the side of his neck bulge out.

"There's another thing, too. Just between us, it wouldn't surprise me if she is going to get herself locked up." The Vice President and the CEO stood at the top of the stairs realizing that the loud sounds died around them just as the sentence was said allowed.

The foreman whips around, knocking a sandwich out of Frank's hand. He grabs Frank by the vest, waving his fist in the air behind his own head.

"Say something like that again, Fuck Face." Frank's eyes are so wide they reflect the earth and stars.

Before Frank said anything, the vice president said, "It was me, Carl. What are you going to do about it."

The foreman let go of Frank, turning his attention to the vice president, locking eyes with him. "I'll have you know that she won't be getting locked up for anything, not with the dirt I have on you and this company."

The broken tip of a knife bounced off the foreman's safety helmet. He turned to see Peter attempting to brake the lock where all of the medical supplies were located.

He runs over to Peter. "I though I told you you were fired."

Huckley grabbed a pipe after setting down his hammer and ran over to the foreman. "The way I see it, you have one of two options. Open the lock, or I bust your head in and take the key."

"There will be nothing of the sort," said the CEO in a firm voice that locked all of the men where they stood. "We will take care of the foreman and his daughter." The last word was meant to jab the foreman in his side.

"You'll never get away with this." His voice broke out with a shrill.

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