By Lynn S. M. <lois_and_clark_fan_at_verizon.net. Replace _at_ with the appropriate symbol>
Submitted: August 2012
Summary: Someone shows up oddly dressed at The Daily Planet’s costume party. Just what is the costume supposed to be?
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Standard disclaimer: I don’t own any of the characters mentioned herein; they belong to DC Comics and Warner Brothers.
This piece was not beta-read.
“See, Lois, this isn’t so bad, is it?” Clark, dressed as Uncle Sam, asked Lois. “You make a cute Betsy Ross.”
Lois grimaced, “Don’t get me started. The only reason I’m here in this ridiculous outfit is because the bigwigs upstairs insisted we have a patriotic costume party to celebrate the Fourth and, not incidentally, to schmooze our advertisers. At least the weather is holding.”
Just then their least-favorite colleague approached them. Ralph was dressed as he usually was, except for a pair of gaudy, 1970’s-style thick metal chains around his neck, each supporting a model race car. “Hey, guys, whazzup?”
Lois said, “Why aren’t you in costume?”
Ralph replied, “I am in costume. Don’t you get it? I’m displaying our Indy pendants!”