Friday Fictioneers — Good Times

“I thought you sold that thing years ago,” Eddie said. “Why did you keep it?”

“Memories, man,” Kyle responded. “The two of us used to cruise around looking for chicks who wanted to party with us. Remember?”

“Of course I remember, Kyle,” Eddie said. “How about that awesome night with Jenny and Joanie in the back of the van? That was wild, wasn’t it?”

“Oh yeah, the sister act,” Kyle laughed. “That was the first time I did sisters.”

“And the last time too, I bet.”

“True,” admitted Kyle, “But we had good times in that old van, didn’t we?”

(100 words)


Written for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields Friday Fictioneers prompt. Photo credit: Russell Gayer.

10 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers — Good Times

  1. leigha66 July 15, 2021 / 11:46 pm

    Oh, the van was a big deal in the seventies. Knew a few people who had them. Good story Fandango!

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