“I thought it was pretty sharp,” Joe rejoined.
Ella had the answer to that. She walked out the room, switching the light off. Left a slim triangle of light from the hall edging over his pointy feet.
“I’ll show you sharp,” she said, returning with a kitchen knife.
Plunged it in his neck, allowing a 90-degree track of blood to spurt out from his carotid.
“Dullard,” she sighed to no one in particular.