Tag: Satire

Communique from Cómpeta – #6

I really didn’t mean for it to happen. It just did. The afternoon had been going splendidly. Another session by the pool with my three compadres. Spirits were flowing, naturally, as such procedures are dictated in the international bylaws of vacationing in a country that is not your […]

Past Imperfect – #248

Out of desperation, Marie-Claudette tried sending 500 volts of electricity into her roommates to see if it would make them less boring and infantile. It did not.   Originally posted in “Crusty Pie” on 06/13/15 and “Bonnywood Manor” on 04/18/16. No changes made. (Personal side-note to Claudette Maree, […]

Past Imperfect – #55

During the Christmas party at the Wee Republicans Country Club, the little urchins tried to behave themselves. But they really just wanted the old man to stop talking and start handing out the tax shelters and regulatory loopholes they had requested on their wish lists…  

Past Imperfect – #9

It wasn’t until later in the evening that Philip and Marnie learned the consequences of over-indulging in the cabbage soup on the buffet line at the St. Agnes Social. Sadly, this turbulent revelation came at a most inopportune time, just as Sister Mary Edna took the stage to […]