[I wrote this with my friend Clarissa in our Creative Writing class to practice integrating dialogue correctly.]
“Hello,” said Ms. Madison, startled to see her student Jeffrey outside class.
“Hello,” said Jeffrey. He wasn’t used to seeing his teachers outside school, especially at 11:00 on a Saturday night.
“Well,” Ms. Madison said, awkwardly standing up straight and folding her arms across her body.
She looked around awkwardly as Jeffrey responded “Well, what?”
Ms. Madison glanced behind him and saw Jeffrey’s friends checking out her coworkers. “How did you guys get in?” she asked.
Jeffrey shrugged, fingering the fake ID in his pocket. “There isn’t really anything else to do in this town on a Friday night.”
“Still,” his teacher said. “I didn’t expect to find you here.”
“Sure tells us something about each other doesn’t it?” He said as she returned to the stage.
She turned her head and said, “What’s that supposed to mean?”
He looked around at the strippers on the poles and gestured to her lack of clothing. “Oh come on!”