Monologues

ALL EMPLOYEES MUST WASH HANDS

$0.99

FEMALE
COMEDIC
2min
20-35
YEARS OLD

I did it one time and now I’ll be labeled as “Germy Gemma” for the rest of my professional life. I mean, for God’s sake, I always wash my hands after I use a restroom, ALWAYS…but the other day I was just so crazed over what was happening with the Morton files that the common act of cleanliness got away from me. And if Boss Megan hadn’t been standing on that line and asking me how the case was going, I would have surely scrubbed and rubbed. That woman makes me nervous. Usually she just glances at me while she’s cleaning her glasses, which means she’s technically not able to actually see me all that well, which is good, because exact 20/20 eye contact makes me nervous – but at that exact moment, she decided to make small talk. And for the most part, it was going pretty well. I even made her laugh when I made a joke about Greg’s toupee. As my nerves got the best of me, I rushed out of that room to get away from more awkward social chitchat, forgetting that the sink and soap even existed! Half an hour later Megan dropped a wet towelette on my desk…..

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  • Written by: Amanda B. Goodman

Description

I did it one time and now I’ll be labeled as “Germy Gemma” for the rest of my professional life. I mean, for God’s sake, I always wash my hands after I use a restroom, ALWAYS…but the other day I was just so crazed over what was happening with the Morton files that the common act of cleanliness got away from me. And if Boss Megan hadn’t been standing on that line and asking me how the case was going, I would have surely scrubbed and rubbed. That woman makes me nervous. Usually she just glances at me while she’s cleaning her glasses, which means she’s technically not able to actually see me all that well, which is good, because exact 20/20 eye contact makes me nervous – but at that exact moment, she decided to make small talk. And for the most part, it was going pretty well. I even made her laugh when I made a joke about Greg’s toupee. As my nerves got the best of me, I rushed out of that room to get away from more awkward social chitchat, forgetting that the sink and soap even existed! Half an hour later Megan dropped a wet towelette on my desk…..

This is an excerpt/preview. You will be able to download the entire monologue once purchased.

  • Written by: Amanda B. Goodman