“Seriously?” Mitch asked Jethro as they sat on the patio, drinking beers.
“Seriously,” Jethro replied.
“You took a photo of Bigfoot while out hunting?”
“I don’t believe it.”
“Believe it. I got it right here.”
Jethro took a swig of beer then reached into his jacket pocket and pulled out a 3×5 photo.
“Let me see that!” Mitch said, snatching the photo out of Jethro’s hand.
Mitch stared at the photo for a couple of moments, occasionally narrowing his eyes to try to get a better look. Then he scoffed and handed the photo back.
“This picture’s too blurry! You can’t make out anything! That could just be some big old bear or just a really hairy person in need of a good shave. You can’t say for sure that that’s Bigfoot!”
“Yeah, well, I know what I saw! And I saw Bigfoot! I swear! It’s not my fault the picture came out blurry!”
Mitch shook his head sadly. “Dude, I think it’s time you cut back on the beers. Seriously.”
This post is part of the Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt, “adverb”: