# Four Sisters

Bee Bee, Cee Cee, Di Di and Gi Gi all stepped into this gobbledygook on the way home from school one day.  Bee Bee who was the oldest of the quadruplets by 4 minutes over Cee Cee, by 8 minutes over Di Di and by 20 minutes over Gi Gi told her sisters to make sure that they wiped their feet before going into the house to prevent the gobbledygook from getting all over everything.  Their mother Anna was told that she was having triplets and Gi Gi was a real surprise, anyway the other girls said, “Bee Bee you are not our mother.”  Cee Cee, Di Di were happy with their names and they hoped that this turned into their bra sizes when they grew up, however Bee Bee was a little disappointed and Gi Gi always said, “No fucking way.”

The girls all struggled to get the gobbledygook off of their shoes, so they left them on the front steps and went inside their house barefoot.  Bee Bee went upstairs saying that she had to write a story for her Literature class and her sisters all said that thy knew she was just going to read some romance gobbledygook which she loved.  Cee Cee asked Di Di if she wanted to do their Math homework together, as she was having trouble understanding all of that gobbledygook involved in those quadratic equations.  Di Di laughed at her sister and said that since she was a quadruplet that she should not be having any problem with quadratic equations.  Gi Gi looked into the mirror and told herself, “Take a deep breath, just relax, there is no fucking way that is ever going to happen to me.”

Written for Linda G. Hill’s ‘Life in progress’ JusJoJan January prompt – gobbledygook.

## 17 thoughts on “Four Sisters”

1. Yes you don’t often see the square root of a negative number featured here on WordPress.

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1. Fun post Jim! As my Hubby would say, numbers are all gobbledygook to him! Is the answer 2? LOL

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1. That equation is very complicated and thus the answer is a complex number.

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1. oh crikey never got that far in maths. I can play crib and add up pretty fast for darts, does that help? LOL

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2. I think I’ll stick to doing sudokus lol Thanks for the prompt.

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1. Thanks Peter, what did you think of the bra sizes as nobody has commented on that yet.

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1. I’m too much of a gentleman to comment on what size bra you wear!
I once dated a girl who may have been called Bee Gi!

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2. A bit lopsided up top or she liked the Brothers Gibb and you always are a perfect gentleman.

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3. I remember that gobblety gook from high school and college and somehow muddled through it. Same as the statistics and research classes. Never found a use to keep any of it. My younger son takes after his dad and has a head for math.

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1. The statistical analysis could be useful if I decided to do serious research.

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