DJ Excited About Drive Time Opportunity After Regular DJ Leaves Building Over Family Emergency

Fill In DJ

SEATTLE, WA — “I’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this, it’s,” said local fill-in DJ, Dennis Moore of the three car pileup which severely injured the wife and child of his superior, subsequently pulling K95’s regular-slotted DJ away for the unforeseeable future.

“I hear it’s pretty bad, like, coma-bad” Dennis continued as he removed a Smiths album from it’s protective packaging with never-before-seen gusto. “Which means I’ll be spinning on the regular for like days, maybe even weeks if drive-time listeners are lucky.”

Stoked to give Seattle something else to listen to aside from the Hootie and the blowfish bullshit Mark always plays, sources say Dennis went on to consume two KickStarter Pro Energy Plus before firing off a text of condolence: “Mark, my man, sorry ‘bout your lady, I’ll be holding down the fort til you get back. No rush. Jk ;)”

Mark was unable to be reached for the story.

Ali O’Reilly is a Minneapolis-based writer and performer. Her humor, essays, and poetry have appeared in McSweeneys, Thought Catalog, Hello Giggles, The Twin Cities Arts Reader, Nice Cage Magazine and more.


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