Use surreptitiously in a sentence

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Use surreptitiously in a sentence.

Damn, Jake thought.

He ran the word through his computer brain.

Nothing came out. He started to sweat and swiggle.

Boom. Light a twisty-light bulb exploding into smithereens.

“Last night I surreptitiously made a sundae because I put double Hersey’s syrup on it.”

 

Written for Just Jot It January, hosted by Linda G. Hill, @ life in progress, January 20: surreptitiously, suggested by: KG over at Books, Music, Photography, & Movies.

PS: Apology to Joanne at Top of JC’s Mind. She suggested the word climate, and I forgot to add her to the post.

 

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