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Mark Watson
Brilliant thread this. Hello, I'm an old-times newspaper editor in a movie. I snarl WHAT YOU GOT FOR ME? at a terrified new reporter, read it faster than a real human could, crumple it into a ball and pour a drink. But later it turns out the young reporter was onto something.
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Danny Baker Jan 3
Replying to @watsoncomedian
Hi Mark. I'm a cop that has been taken off the case who nevertheless has tracked the killer down to an abandoned warehouse. My gun runs out of bullets but I still pull the rigger a few times. Then I shake it before throwing it away it away. Guns cost $$$.
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Mark Watson Jan 3
Replying to @prodnose
Just once it'd be great to see a thriller where a cop or detective is taken off a case and says 'fair enough, I've made fuck-all progress on this'.
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Danny Baker Jan 3
Replying to @watsoncomedian
"OK. You got 24 hours. Then we do things MY way..."
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Mark Watson Jan 3
Replying to @prodnose
'That's absolutely reasonable boss, especially with budgets the way they are.'
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Mark Watson Jan 3
Replying to @broom_wagon @prodnose
'I'm much happier here in the office, chief. I'm not really into the bit where you have to chase a Russian guy along a deserted waterfront.'
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Georgie Agass Jan 3
Replying to @watsoncomedian
I’m a civil servant. I work in a completely non-descript building, with beige walls and nothing of note on the shelving. I’m wearing a bland cardigan and no makeup. When you ask me for information, I glance nervously at my boss in his corner office, and decline to provide it.
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Mark Watson Jan 3
Replying to @GeorgieAgass
Sometimes the boss tries to get inside your head, asking about your weekend or your holiday plans. But you're a closed book.
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