Petey liked to twist the right end of his mustache when he was
listening for updates. (Y’all remember Petey. He was always
on that chuck chill-out tip, but most days he didn’t get
When he ignited a squabble, Chuna would slap his right thigh to
get every syllable out with a violent scansion.
Tommy Lee threw rocks at unsuspecting pigeons.
Dwight kept his right hand tucked into the crotch of his Lees,
steady stunting on some bollo.
Angel bit his tongue when he wanted to ask a question.
Max counted his money and his money counted him.
Brother Lo liked to whistle “All the Things You Are” when it
rained that Puerto Rico rain.
Chee-wa’s nose used to break out into an anxious table of
contents when he was skied up.
Papu would dance if he wanted to make a point. So, imagine
him saying, Nah, nah, nah, fuck that shit, and poppin’ &
lockin’ on every word.
Nestor hated the words Stop, I was only playing.
Loco Tommy blinked three times, convulsively, and then tapped
the right side of his face against his right shoulder blade.
Jujo spit and spit and spit and spit.
Popeye had a villainous laugh.
Dre loved to crash revivals.
Chino Chan did back handsprings from sewer to sewer
whenever he received good news.
Georgie could scratch his ankle straight through a
The first thing out of Skinicky’s mouth was always a feeling.
an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly; an indirect or passing reference
the usage of words in a clause that are repeated in reverse order
conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or movie
visually descriptive or figurative language, especially in a literary work