LE>You"re A great Man, Charlie BrownYou"re A good Man Charlie Brownwritten by Clark Gesner, indigenous the comic piece by Charles SchultzCharlie Brown: i think lunchtime is about the worst time of job forme.Always having to sit right here alone. That course, sometimes, mornings aren"t sopleasant either. Waking up and wondering if anyone would really miss meif ns never got out the bed. Then there"s the night, too. Lying there andthinking around all the stupid points I"ve done during the day. And also allthose hrs in between when I execute all those stupid things. Well, lunchtimeis among the worst time of the day for me. Well, i guess I"d far better seewhat I"ve got. Peanut butter. Part psychiatrists say that human being who eatpeanut butter sandwiches are lonely...I assumption: v they"re right. And also whenyou"re yes, really lonely, the peanut butter sticks to the roof of her mouth.There"s that cute small red-headed girl eat her lunch over there. Iwonder what she would perform if i went over and asked her if I could sit andhave lunch with her?...She"d most likely laugh appropriate in my face...it"s hardon a face when it it s okay laughed in. There"s an empty place next to she onthe bench. There"s no factor why ns couldn"t simply go over and also sit there.I can do that best now. All I have to do is was standing up...I"m standingup!...I"m sit down. I"m a coward. I"m so lot of a coward, shewouldn"t even think of looking in ~ me. She hardly ever before does look in ~ me.In fact, ns can"t remember her ever before looking at me. Why shouldn"t she lookat me? Is there any reason in the people why she shouldn"t look at me? Isshe so great, and also I"m so small, that she can"t spare one littlemoment?...SHE"S LOOKING at ME!! SHE"S LOOKING at ME!! (he put hislunchbag over his head.) ...Lunchtime is amongst the worst time of thedayfor me. If that small red-headed girl is looking at me with this stupidbag over my head she have to think I"m the best fool alive. But, if sheisn"t looking at me, then maybe I can take it turn off quickly and she"dnever notification it. Top top the other hand...I can"t phone call if she"s looking,until i take the off! then again, if I never take it turn off I"ll never ever haveto understand if she was looking or not. On the other hand...it"s very hard tobreathe in here.

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(he clears his sack) Whew! She"s not looking atme! ns wonder why she never ever looks at me? oh well, an additional lunch hour overwith...only 2,863 to go.Kudos and also much thanks go to "Face" because that the donation of this monologue,it is an extremely much appreciated. < please go back to the main movie monologue page >