Friday Fictioneers: Night Out

PHOTO PROMPT © Yvette Prior

 

Night Out

 

It was the morning after the night before. Lana and Shannon had been out for a few drinks. As always when drinking the two sisters finished their twenty cigarettes from earlier in the day and got more in the machine. Waking up, heads full of thunder, they made some coffee to bring them back and laughed about the vase of lighters they had amassed over the years when they would forget to bring one. Both planned to quit but both were hooked. Shannon felt Lana had a better chance of doing so as she’d started smoking later. Maybe one day.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Lady Awakes

PHOTO PROMPT © Ronda Del Boccio

 

 

Lady Awakes

 

Lady the ladybird awoke from her slumber on the cold, dry brick. She blinked sleep out of her eyes and walked up onto the wood, found the gap between the plant pots and sat there using them as usual as a shade from the sun.

 

Suddenly two young children giggling stepped near Lady. Two big feet from her perspective. They found it fun to frighten her. She grew in size and stamped on them. She went to a new spot to shelter from the sun away from the blood and guts and thought no one messes with this little lady!

 

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Supplies

 

 

 

PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook

 

 

Supplies

 

We were told we had three months to build the house and that many of the supplies we’d need were to be found on the shelf by the edge of the fenced off location. Us six twenty-something lads got to work, taking shifts for cigarette breaks and lunch. When we knew the boss, a man in his fifties, was gone for the day we’d put on the rock channel, battery-operated, and have it blaring. It was the summer I made four friends for life and met my future husband. All before the last brick was laid.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Surviving

 

PHOTO PROMPT © Ted Strutz 😀 (Thanks, Ted)

 

 

Surviving

 

At 1am they roamed the streets. In search of blood and flesh. To stay alive in a world gone mad with survival. Gases from the ocean started life on earth. New gases had come up that no one could explain. But they drove citizens all over the world mad. They’d seen a light in the distance.
More food?
They approached the light with bated breath, anticipation. Inside there was no smell of flesh or any movement.
Someone had got here first.
The last three people on earth, friends for years. They turned to look at each other. Loyalty turned to survival.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Jimmy

 

 

 

 

Jimmy

 

Jimmy checked his pockets. Nothing. He surveyed the house. It was just midnight. He walked across the road inching closer and closer. He got up on the roof and thought deeply for a few moments.

Now where did I create that passageway to the attic for emergencies? Like when I’m drunk and I’ve lost my keys?

He scrambled around and found the way in. Once inside he fell asleep in the attic. This meant he didn’t hear the two burglars open his front door. They just loved seeing him leave his keys on the pub counter and followed him home.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: Halloween Is Coming

 

 

 

 

Halloween Is Coming

 

Kate began to build her display for the Halloween season. It was her favourite time of year. For weeks in advance she would plan her costume for whatever fancy dress event she was going to each year. This year she was adding garden display to her list of duties. The supermarket she worked at lent her a trolley and she added the eerie statue and fake crime scene tape she purchased from the nearby Euro shop.
Happily she looked at her creation. It was unique, she thought.
Maybe a bit of blood around the mouth but not bad at all.

 

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Friday Fictioneers: The Missing Leg of Dax

 

 

 

 

 

The Missing Leg of Dax

 

“Where did you leave it Dax?”, the hubby asked.
“I don’t know Gus. Just took it off to relax with me sandwiches for a moment.”, I replied as he helped me hobble to a bench.
“I’ll go and have a look. You’ll be ok?”
“Got a left hook like Ali.”
He rolled his eyes, smiled, left me with a soft kiss.

 

Twenty minutes later, he arrived back empty-handed. We sat deflated. An excitable collie rounded the corner holding my leg in their mouth. My leg was chewed half to bits.
“I’ll call that medical crowd so.” I smiled to Gus.

 

 

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