Twittering Tales — Why Did He Lie?

B1CBBE1F-190A-404B-8CD7-61743695B328The policeman examined the door and knew the homeowner had lied. He told him that someone broke the glass from the outside to get into the house. If that were the case, the broken glass would have been inside the house, not on the ground outside. He’s hiding something. But what?

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Twittering Tales — Did Not

8E4F9DE7-A730-4EF4-8E41-0027715FF303Sue woke up in the middle of the night, went downstairs to the kitchen, and found the refrigerator door wide open. She ran upstairs, woke up her husband, and said, “You left the fridge door open again.”

Dan looked at her and said, “Did not,” and rolled over and went back to sleep.

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Twittering Tales — The Invasion

B1B49ACC-F5FA-4C50-AE10-AE02C5F4C0D5“I have never seen anything like it,” Ann said. “It’s covering the whole city. It looks like Armageddon.”

“It’s a whopper of a storm, but it will pass,” Jim said, trying to reassure his wife.

Then they heard the booming voice coming from inside the cloud. “People of Earth….”

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Twittering Tales — The Letters

57EC81B1-96E3-4D91-97F5-55F413B946D4“Here!” she said, dropping the bundle of letters on his desk. “Keep them or toss them. It doesn’t matter to me. Everything you wrote in them is bullshit. You said you loved me, begged me to wait for you. I did. But you’re not the same man you were when you wrote these. Goodbye.”

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Twittering Tales — The Space Walk

18649ca4-f5b3-40e3-9c57-59a93da02e07.jpegIt seems so real. Like I’m actually floating weightlessly outside of the ship. This virtual reality experience is amazing.

Wait. It’s getting cold. I’m having trouble breathing. Is this VR thing safe? Vision’s getting blurry. My lungs! The pressure! Can’t breathe! TURN IT OFF!

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Written for this week’s Twittering Tales prompt from Kat Myrman. Photo credit: WikiImages at Pixabay.com.