Saturday, June 09, 2012

Saturday Centus: Green Harley Boy and Blonde Sally

"Just think," he said, "if you'd a married me you would have had it all. You wouldn't be havin' to work, you could've had a lovely trailer home in your driveway, and "

Green Harley Boy was interrupted by Blonde Sally's retort, "Yeah, and the tractor you rode in on."

She continued, "Why did your wife leave you anyway?"

"She wanted a Ritz Carlton life.  No worries, no cows in the barn, one with silk satin sheets."

"That's an oxyimbecile. He don't know what he's talkin' about," quipped Blonde Sally, "ain't no such thing as silk satin sheets. 

"Let's be quiet and enjoy this motorcycle ride."

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Story Copyright
© 2012 Jimmiehov
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The picture furnished by my friend John in a mass e-mailing piece.

For today's Saturday Census we are to write a story with EXACTLY 106 words WITH the prompt words. Our prompt words were to be, "You would have had it all..."

For more Saturday Census stuff or how to do your own,
go here to Jenny Matlock's blog.

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Sunday, June 03, 2012

One Single Impression: Fickle


Tickle her tummy
rub her neck--she purrs--she bites
fickle family cat

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Prompt word, 'fickle,' was suggested by Tracy at These Silly Words of Mine 
Find more poems using 'black and white' prompt word
at One One Single Impression