Instant Karma, microfiction

“I hate people like that.” He clenched his jaw. “Getting angry for no reason. Can’t they see how miserable they look?”

She said nothing but gripped his arm a little tighter.

“And the woman was no better. She had a look about her. She’s a snob. I’d know her sort anywhere.”

“Yes, dear.”

“And he was stuck up. Self-important. Arrogant. How does he get to be on the committee? Who would put their trust in that man? I can see through him easily enough. I don’t understand why anyone puts up with it.”

“No, dear, I don’t either.” She sighed, softly, but he didn’t notice.

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