|Billy:||I knew I stretched the truth a little to much on my resume. Well hopefully it won't come out. I want this job. I need it. I am doing this for the girls of the world.
Oh yeah, I remember the Bruise. He went around terrorizing my neighborhood. Everyone was afraid of him and no one seemed to be able to stand up to him... except for Mr. Anderson. But then the Bruise took care of him.
|Spiderman:||Was Mr. Anderson one of those brave individuals who stood against injustice no matter how much it looked against him?|
|Billy:||Yes. The old man was known not to take much from anyone.|
|Spiderman:||Sounds a little like my Aunt May. Any special reason he was called the Bruise? And what did you do to finally stop him.|
|Billy:||He was called the Bruise because he had this big dark spot on his face right under his eye. But he liked to tell people that it was because of what he turned people who messed with him into; just one big bruise. Stopping him was easy. I just told his mother what he was doing.
Here it comes now... he is going to end the interview.
|Spiderman:||Did he have some strange psychological problem like he didn't like upsetting his mother.|
|Billy:||You can say that. His mother wouldn't let him play with his toys or go out and play with anyone.
Maybe if I smile and look a little pitiful, he will continue the interview.
|Spiderman:||Wait... How old is the Bruise?|
|Billy:||Oh he is as old as me. But back then he was six.
Make this smile a little wider and look even more pitifully.
|Spiderman:||Six? Wait. How did he take care of Mr. Anderson?|
|Billy:||He told the principal that Mr. Anderson hit him. When the principal saw the bruise on his face she fired him. She didn't realize that it has always been there.
I think my pitiful look is working.