The following was stolen from the trash can of Nathan Metzger, he of NotSoBoringLife.com fame. Apparently he's a writer of some kind.
Not So Boring Life: The Movie (Screenplay)
Written by Nathan Metzger, Produced by Nathan Metzger, Directed by George Lucas.
Opening: we see our two protagonists (Donny and "Bonzo") on a fishing boat in the middle of the ocean. No land is in sight.
Donny: "Damn man, it's hot out here. Pass me a brew."
Bonzo: "Ain't got no brews left. Got some sparkling water, though. Hey, you want your pipe?"
Donny: "Sparkling water? Who the hell packed for this trip? Okay, yeah, gimme my pipe. Pipe smoking is cool."
Bonzo: "Yeah it is. Hey, what are you using for line there? We're supposed to be shark fishing, it looks like you're not using the proper line!"
Bonzo: "You gotta be kidding me! That's ridiculous. Only someone as dumb as you would try that."
Donny: "It's all in your grip strength. You get a good grip on the rod, it doesn't matter what kind of line you use. Let me give you another example of something where that's important–"
Donny whips out a lightsaber and cuts Bonzo in half, then dumps him in the ocean (remember, it's a George Lucas flick, so that's okay).
Donny: "That'll teach you to forget to bring enough brews."
The preceding was a work of… well, it is clearly fiction, and not written by Nathan at all – it was written by me. This is my entry into Nathan's contest, where he's giving away a hundred bucks to link to a few pages of his blog in a specific way. Fun! See if you can still participate, and maybe you'll have a shot at the scratch.