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Microfiction Monday #11

Susan from Stony River, welcomes us to Microfiction Monday,
where a picture paints just 140 characters.
If you’d like to join us, stop by Susan’s, pick up the picture prompt, and sign in.

“So you look like an angel and call yourself Doctor. Big deal. Within seconds of lacing up, women will know exactly who made these, Lucifer.”


    1. … and in an era when it was a mortal sin for a woman to be seen in public with so much as a bare ankle.

    1. Melli, they didn’t. Remember the stereotype of the woman fainting at any sort of emotional shock? It was asphyxia. You try to take any sort of “emergency breath” and it just ain’t there …

  1. Lucifer is right! Women didn’t breathe, they passed out; hence all the fainting of the day.

    1. No, Jim, just the South Beach diet and enough unreasonable expectations to populate a concentration camp.

        1. Well, Susan, that explains how come so much of Shatner’s acting reminds me of this line from Harry Turtledove’s book How Few Remain: “[He] struck a pose that might have been a politician on the stump or a man waiting with concentrated urgency to use the privy.”

  2. LOL! I suppose I’ve worn a version of the corset – had a few ribs broken in an explosion, and the lace up was for both my back and ribs – I would bet it wasn’t anywhere near as tight as Lucifer intended it for his victims! Great view of the nasty device!

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  3. Well well you got it right gus is the one who sashied into Victorias Secrets Lingeri
    Fredricks of Hollywood see thru dress? good guess you win the grand prize. LOL
    Thanks for dropping by This Blog Of Mine I enjoyed your comment and appreciated the efforts of coming by.
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