Bobby Addege always liked to have the last word, he even made a living at it.
In this very short story from Gary Paul Bryant, we discover the limits of family love and grammatical patience.
When Bobby Adedge was 18 years old, he had already won two Olympic gold medals. By the time he was twenty-two, he had been a well-known goalie on a prestigious professional hockey team. He had married an even more famous supermodel, who had her own budding career as an actress. He was thought to be smart, having invented the first dissolvable hockey puck, which was great for planet Earth and recycling, but not-so-good when hockey games went into overtime, the puck often melting onto the ice before the game was over. His inventor-phase was short-lived.