“Raccoons are not cute animals,” Rick said.
“No?” Anna asked. “Huh. OK. Not cute. News to me.”
“ ‘Cute’ is something you can pick up, pet, put on your lap, like the cat. The thing out there,” Rick said, pointing at the Racoon on the other side of the closed glass sliding door, “is not a ‘cute’ animal.”
“ ‘Cute’ is a word to describe a look,” Anna said. “Wild animals are cute; can be cute. They look cute! Just look at him. He’s so cute!”
“He is an over-sized, garbage eating piece of shit! Garbage cans tipped over, crap all over the driveway…every week!” Rick sighed. “They haven’t made one yet those little fuckers can’t get into. No, not cute! Ugly! Nasty, ugly motherf…”
Anna cut him off, “OK, OK…don’t go off like you do. He’s just an animal doin’ his animal thing. Looking to get a handout, is all. I mean, they’re city dwellers! What did you think? They actually go pick berries? Go fishing?”
“Anyway, I think he’s cute.”
Grammar Ghoul Press prompt: Use the photo provided and the literary device: Asyndeton (When the author deliberately leaves out conjunctions in a sentence, without altering grammatical accuracy. The implied meaning is clear. The content is presented in a way that creates an immediate impact on the reader. Here are a couple of examples: 1. Brush, rinse, repeat. 2. They came, they saw, they conquered).