Lovepuke (written in 1993) is a hysterical take on the state of love and relationships in the contemporary urban setup. Lovepuke, by definition, is a rancid and fake form of affection. The play follows its characters in their desperate bid to find true love. The story is told from the perspective of Glen, a singleton who is extremely cynical about the whole love thing and boarders on misanthropic. Glen is the mouthpiece for Sarkiesí commentary on the subject of love, and from here he introduces the other characters; sickened and disgusted by their various shades of lust and love.