January 22, 2016

Friday Fiction: 100 Word Challenge [Darleen Click]

The inspiration:

100wordnaked

A story:

You’ve had that dream, right, where you’re standing in front of class and realize you’re naked?

Liar. Everyone has those dreams.

Remember my ex-wife? Our divorce so wonderfully civil I moved five states away and haven’t seen her for three years? Guess who showed at the faculty end-of-term soiree last night on the arm of that dweeb teaching, Decadent Modernity, or some nonsense. I’m staring; she’s absolutely breathtaking! She drops the dweeb, all sweet and contrite, looking up at me with those depthless dark eyes and…

…yeah, I should have known.

Bring me some clothes and do stop laughing.

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Now, your turn.

Posted by Darleen @ 12:30am
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Comments (14)

  1. “Okay. Found the car. Now where the hell did I leave my keys? Think! Think! Think!”

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  3. “Okay. Found the keys. Now where the hell did I leave my pants? Think! Think! Think!”

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  5. This wasn’t his dream: Matt Hendricks takes one for the team. Damned glad he was that he wasn’t buck naked. Now, do stop laughing.

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  7. “Respect,” said Hendricks’ teammates, looking haunted.

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  9. This wasn’t his dream: Matt Hendricks takes one for the team. Damned glad he was that he wasn’t buck naked. Now, do stop laughing.

    Clint Malarchuk frowns upon your shenanigans.

  10. “No tickee, no washee,” said Joanee.

    Dang.

  11. Pay no attention to that dang linkee.

    Click here, contextualized for your viewing pleasure.

  12. 42 mins ago and Warners done snatched it back already. On copyright grounds, sez they. Gotta monetize those 70 yrs old bitches somehow or other, theyz guessin’.

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