Yes its Wednesday but our lovely host ,Rochelle Wisoff-Fields at FF,wants us writers to think it is Friday and thus be more relaxed 😀 Never mind that people like me have no jobs ,so everyday is a weekend for the likes of us-brain is as dead as always,ha!ha!Now enough of beating around the bush-here is the photo prompt for us this week and as always we will have around 100 fabulous writers writing their 100 word story for this challenge.If you are a writer of flash fiction and love challenges or just love reading good short stories,head over to the link below and check this out:-)
Copyright –Randy Mazie
Here are my 100 word story(excluding the title).
Join the ranks
“Sherry, this looks too ordinary.”
“Then, why did they board it up?”
“Don’t be daft Collin! They had to!”
“You think the rumours are true?”
“Hey, there is a gap here. Let’s sneak in and find out.”
“They will get you.”
“Pfft!I am not scared Jon!”
“Ha! I am no wimp either!”
“Wait, am coming too.”
The trio crept in.
“Ack! What a smell!”
“So like a girl!”
“Shut up Collin!”
“I think I can see something …”
The search party that went looking for the 3 teenagers returned empty handed.
The zombie nest has 3 new members now.
aaand curiosity turned them into zombies 🙂 a nest, yuck. great story. and yes, i’ll never see “toodles” the same way again. haha
😀 Thanks dear Kz -am glad you liked it:-)Ha!ha!That “toodles”,oh my!
‘nest’ is such a terrifying word to use in connection with zombies. Well done.
Aww,thank you Sandra-so glad you thought so-I was a little unsure if it was appropriate in this context:-)
The zombies strike once again. They seem to have proliferated in the last years. I agree with Sandra about the good use of “nest.”
Ha!ha!No wonder so many brainless ones going around ;-)Thank you so much for coming by to read and leave such a cute comment 😀
Well, it did (almost) say no trespassing on the outside! We both went in the same direction this week. I also like the sound of zombie “nest”.
:-)Thanks u DR-am glad you liked this.You too?Must read it then-will come by tomorrow-its getting late here (about 2a.m) ,so GN from India
those zombies will get you everytime well done Atreyee, very enjoyable.
Ha!ha!Summer,so sweet of you to come by to read and comment:-)
Amazing how one word like nest can bring all the other ones together.
:-)Thank you Dawn-so kind of you to say so
They should’ve known it was a zombie nest. Zombies cant spell. 😉 Good one.
Ha!ha!The zombies have no brains though they supposedly eat many -thus no skills ;-)Thanks Rochelle-so lovely of you to come by to read and leave such a fun comment:-)
Definitely not written by Enid Blyton. Nice one.
Ha!ha!Thanks for coming by to read Patrick:-)
Curiosity not only killed the cat, but a group of teenagers. Enjoyable read, Atreyee. Great dialog that propelled the adventure along.
Thank you so much dear Steph-glad you enjoyed it:-)
Oh, that’s the last thing you want in the neighbourhood: a zombie squat with an open-door policy for membership. Good stuff, Atreyee.
Ha!ha!I like the way you expressed it-thanks a ton Mike 🙂
Ha!ha!Yes-for the Zombies-not for the teens or their families ;-)Thanks for coming by to read HM 🙂
You got that right! 😆
Once again, tell people NOT to do something and they jump right in. Three new recruits for the undead bunch. Nice dialogue.
Ha!ha!So true!Thank you so much for coming by and leaving this lovely comment:-)
One must be careful when one goes sneaking around. You never know what might happen.
Ha!ha!True-curiosity kills the cat-every time;-)Thank you MR for coming by to read and for this nice comment:-)
Most welcome. Thanks for the fun read.