Jersey Shored - Part 2Day 2Jersey Shored - Part 2 by varianm
After breakfast the next morning, Luan sat in the living room playing the piano while her father prepared for his meeting, her brother read and her mother continued her review of the economics journal. Luan loved playing the piano and she enjoyed playing for others, although playing with her mother in the room was tiring. She knew that she wouldn’t be half the pianist she was today if it wasn’t for her mother’s insistence on perfection, but it would be nice to play for fun while they were on vacation. She was currently playing Franz Liszt’s “La Campanella”. She’d yet to make it through the whole piece without being interrupted.
“Allegretto not allegro, Luan,” Ting-lan said without looking up from her crossword.
“Mother, I still need a new bathing suit before we go on the speed boat tour.”
“I know, dear. We will go just as soon as you play the piece as written. The admissions board at Julliard
Jersey Shored - part 1Jersey Shored - part 1Jersey Shored - part 1 by varianm
By Varian Milagro
Based on the story idea by David Plymouth
Synopsis: Unbeknownst to the Huangs, a Chinese American family of four, the vacation home they just purchased is the very same house featured in MTV’s “Jersey Shore”. They are about to discover that there was a reason everyone who lived in the house looked and acted as they did.
“How much longer should we wait for Lynn, dear?” Ting-lan asked.
Ting-lan stood outside a two story, brown shingled house with her husband, Kang and their two children, Shen and Luan. Like her husband, she had a slight Mandarin accent. Both were second generation Chinese Americans and picked up the accents from listening to their parent’s speak broken English at home. Thankfully, both children spoke fluent, accent free English and Chinese. At five-three, she was the shortest of the family and the only one who carried extra weight.
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He sighed happily, stretching his arms out as he walked along the shore barefoot. “This is just perfect,” he thought, “The sun’s out, light breeze in the air, I got the day off, and no storm cloud in sight. All of this is…”
His thought was suddenly interrupted. Up until then, there was no one in front of him or even in his line of sight. Just a clear and empty beach. However, after a mere blink of the eye, two odd figures now stood a few yards away from him.
Both of them had chalk white, but shiny smooth skin and large ball-like noses. They were extremely curvaceous, with large bus