Tag: Short Story

Past Imperfect – #257

Eleanor Roosevelt: “How sweet of you girls to cook this meal for me in a completely unplanned photo op.” Girl Scout #1: “My outfit makes me look Amish and I’m not really happy about that. And there’s the added pressure that I might accidentally spill this pot of […]

3-Word Challenge: Planet of the Snapes

Dear Guests, Patrons and People Who Remain Confused about the Socks-with-Sandals issue,   “Thank you for joining us on yet another night of Bonnywood’s Annual Cultural Arts Festival and Bacchanalia. As we welcome another entry in the 3-Word Challenge, I feel the need to- Suddenly, two burly men […]

3-Word Challenge: Stepford Lives

Dear Guests, Patrons and People Who Don’t Understand That There Is No Parking in the White Zone,   “Thank you for joining us on yet another night of Bonnywood’s Annual Cultural Arts Festival and Bacchanalia. As we welcome another entry in the 3-Word Challenge, I feel the need […]

Past Imperfect – #357

Douglass: “Mae, my sugar bunny, whatever is troubling you so? Mae: “Oh, Douglass, the agony is so intense that I can barely speak!” Douglass: “Now, now. Stop writhing like a Pentecostal. Tell me what has happened. Are you hurt? Is there some blood loss that I need to […]

Past Imperfect – #145

Jane: “I feel compelled to report an issue with my accommodations.” Hairaldo: “You look like you are compelled about a lot of things. And why is your dress stapled to your bosom?” Jane: “That’s not important. I didn’t sleep well at all last night.” Hairaldo: “Did you remember […]