Sunday, July 4, 2010

Microfiction Monday # 30

Welcome to Microfiction Monday,
where a picture paints 140 characters.



Susan over at Stonyriver hosts Microfiction Monday The rules are simple,to use Susan's picture she posts then compose a story up to 140 characters including spaces and punctuation.

Then hop on over to Susan's and leave your name. She even has a brilliant
character counter to help us count.
As Susan promises, it's fast, it's fiction, it's fun!


Here is this weeks picture and my story to go with.



I bet if we text Mom
and tell her that Dad met a girl named Lola
she'll be on the next plane
and we'll be home in time for Toni's party

38 comments:

  1. Teenagers can be so Crafty. I wonder if it worked.

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  2. So tell me what happened.

    Oh, I couldn't it was just too horrible.

    Nothing can be that bad.

    You want to bet?

    Well, hang onto your hat.

    I don’t have a hat.

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  3. Good one. Teenagers as control-freaks....lol. Have a good week.

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  4. sylviamorice;

    Thank you, and yes they can be for sure.
    Can't believe that tomorrow is Monday.
    Weekend flew by!
    Have a wonderful evening.

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  5. Lin Floyd;

    That was darn good. You sure know your teenagers!
    Have a great week!

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  6. Bill;

    I think they got into trouble for the little white lie.
    Crafty little devils is right.
    Good Fourth Bill!

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  7. Oooo -- good one! And so true to teenagers too -- I'll bet you were a handful at 16!
    LOL

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  8. Thnks Susan!
    I'll let you know if I ever remember what I was like at 16. That was a long time ago! :0

    Have a nice summer week ahead!

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  9. Oh, I love it. Reminds me of an old movie...although texting wasn't around at that time! Sneaky girls were, though! :D

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  10. At least boys just grunt occasionally! I've gone for the perfectly reasonable explanation of alien invasion.Today's 140 story

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  11. You got to love sneaky teenagers LOL

    Loved your microfiction! Have a great week x

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  12. LOL love it. That's a good way to get out of a cheating fathers clutches. LOL.

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  13. AHHH! Deviant teenagers always finding a way to get their own way no matter what! Sounds very real!

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  14. Becky;

    Maybe that's where I got the idea, from a movie.
    Have a beautiful week ahead!

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  15. John;

    I had two boys and a girl. I agree with the grunting boys. Thanks John, have a great week.

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  16. Ellie;

    I think this would be a grounding moment. Maybe until they're 18. Thanks alot for coming by!

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  17. Anthony;

    Very devious,you're right! I would have been way to scared to do anything remotely like these two!
    Thanks Anthony,have a good week.

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  18. Thom;
    Any wife that hears that her husband is spending time with a girl named "LOLA" while her kids are present, is a force to be reckoned with. Thanks Thom,you always make me smile with your comments.

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  19. Kay;

    Our kids would be more then grounded if they did this. Have a great Monday!

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  20. Morning AJ;

    Lola came right to mind as the perfect husband enticer. Thanks for your comment, always love to read them.

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  21. Greyscale;

    Scary real. Nobody I know though, thank goodness!
    Thanks for your comment.

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  22. Akela;

    Very naughty and devious.
    Have a good week.

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  23. I think the only reason Sis and I didn't get into trouble plotting together is that she was too busy plotting AGAINST me...and I was trying to see the attacks before they came. :)

    Happy week to you!

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  24. I was the only girl, with two older brothers.
    I always had somebody watching over me it seems.
    Besides no cell phones or computers really.
    I did throw hot water on a Bee's nest. But I paid a price for that! Ouch!
    Have a great day my friend.

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  25. Haha...this was very clever! And definitely something from a teenager's mind! Hope you had a lovely holiday and have a nice week ahead.

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  26. Cheryl;

    Thank you, I had to rach pretty far back in time for this one! My kids didn't have cell phones when they were growing up!
    Hope yourr holiday was wonderful!

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  27. oh peggy, this was too funny!! sounds exactly like my granddaughter and her friends, always conniving so that they can get their way...what a great mf 160!!

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  28. sheri;

    You are so sweet, thank you very much for leaving your comment. Made my afternoon!

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  29. LOL! The girls in your pic are just as conniving as the girls in mine! It must be their age ...

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  30. Oh my gosh that was so good!
    you go girls!

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  31. quilly;

    I think it is the aga. Boys on the whole don't do this kind of prank!
    Thanks for your comment.

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  32. I love that one:) Good job with the story:)

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  33. entotrec.

    Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate your comment.

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  34. Wicked teenagers beat them all...

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