Twittering Tales — TLC

img_1405Inn by the sea for sale. Seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, four fireplaces, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, butlers pantry, laundry, screened porch. 7,460 sq. ft. on two acres. Zoned commercial.

This gorgeous property is awaiting your personal touch. In need of some TLC.

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Written for this week’s Twittering Tales prompt from Kat Myrman. Photo credit: Tama66 at Pixabay.com.

Twittering Tales — Rotten Tomatoes

CF04964F-5CDB-480A-847B-7DB6AB99A0B0“Are you sure this is the right theater?”

Stan looked at the tickets. “Yes, we’re in the right place.”

“Are we that early?”

“No, we’re right on time.”

“So where is everyone?”

“I don’t know.”

“Did this movie get decent reviews?”

“It got a 12 on Rotten Tomatoes.”

“That explains it all.”

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Written for this week’s Twittering Tales prompt from Kat Myrman. Photo credit: malmanxg at unsplash.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Rotten Tomatoes, it’s an app that rates movies on a scale of zero to one hundred based upon critic and movie goer reviews.9BF6BDFF-D682-48E6-A791-374F527869FC

Twittering Tales — Time for Some Dictation

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Her text read, “You should stay in town tonight, honey. The power company has the street torn up and it’s so loud that you’ll never get any sleep tonight if you come home. Love you. See you tomorrow.”

He winked at his secretary. “Can you stay? I have some dick-tation for you.”

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

I know that this post isn’t, in the age of #MeToo and Time’s Up, politically correct, but it is, after all, just a bit of flash fiction that’s been ripped from the headlines.

Twittering Tales — Easy Money

39C608EF-9592-4E5D-9C31-6A506F1BF99DHarold looked across the highly polished wood floor and shook his head.

“I knew it was too good to be true,” he said to himself. “Easy money, great working conditions, steady work. That’s what they said.”

He glance at the newspaper ad in his hand. It read “Doorman Wanted.”

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Written for this week’s Twittering Tales prompt from Kat Myrman.

Twittering Tales — Climate Change

5AE181C9-372C-4E0E-AB05-4FF5F33614CCI can’t believe my luck, which is always bad. I booked this train trip six months ago after doing extensive research into the weather in the Canadian Rockies. It’s supposed to be beautiful at this time of year. But all I see out of the train window is fog. Damn climate change.

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Written for this week’s Twittering Tales prompt from Kat Myrman. Image credit: Ana Martin on Unsplash.