55 Flash Fiction Friday

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More Blond Logic

The casserole dish contained only roasted onions and garlic. “Honey,” Jack said, “Did you forget the roast?”

“No,” Blondie answered. “When I asked the grocer for edible bulbs, this is what he gave me.”

“But why ask for edible bulbs in the first place?” Jack queried.

“Because you said we had to start eating light!”

55 Flash Fiction Friday

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Blond Logic

Bert arrived home to find the new automatic garage door up.  He entered the house. “Hon, where’s the garage door opener?”

Blondie said, “I threw it away.”

Bert exclaimed, “Why?  It was brand new!”

“Yes, but the garage door is open and we don’t have a garage door closer, so we don’t need it, silly.”

55 Flash Fiction Friday

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Jack’s girl wanted an expensive designer perfume for her birthday. Jack decided to steal it. A security guard tackled him and the bottle broke, soaking Jack’s coat. Ultimately, the police were summoned, but they refused to arrest Jack. They explained to the irate manager, “We can’t arrest him when he’s so obviously in a scent.”

55 Flash Fiction Friday

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Bea’s parents fed her oatmeal every morning for over a week.
She hated it.

Since her parents were always stoned they never noticed
Bea hiding her breakfast in their planters,
until her daddy found it and let out a yell.

“What?” Mama asked.

Daddy answered, “Bea’s porriage in the pot nine days old!”

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55 Flash Fiction Friday

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When nine ice skaters plunged through the ice and into the frigid lake at Thyme City Park, ten year-old Justin Stitch witnessed the event. Thinking quickly, he grabbed the donut from the lifeguard stand and pulled everyone to safety. Today, Thyme City gifted Justin with a medal engraved: “A Stitch in Thyme Saves Nine.”