February 25, 2017
With a bit of neat footwork, the damsel in distress avoided the first goblin. The second goblin was no match for her speed. She simply outran it. When the third goblin came looming at her from the corn field, she veered hard left and sprinted to the silo. She tore the door open, entered, and […]
February 24, 2017
His recitation of ‘The Raven’ remains unsurpassed.
February 23, 2017
Dwight is: a. asking the waitress what time she gets off work. b. strangling himself to amuse his grandmother over there. c. acknowledging the standing ovation he is receiving after reciting Poe’s ‘The Raven’. d. pleased to be accepted into medical school.
February 21, 2017
Whips of his own hair lashed his face. The howling wind gusted above and around the dunes. Light swarms of sand took to the air and wheeled madly to crash against his fluttering cape. He reeled into the cabin and, after a struggle, shouldered the door shut. Exhausted, he fell fully clothed across the bed […]
February 20, 2017
The bowling ball and the popsicle met on the path to the palace. Said the bowling ball to the popsicle, ‘Would you believe that my name is Alice?’ Said the popsicle to the bowling ball, ‘Why not if you so say?’ ‘Because,’ replied the bowling ball, ‘my actual name is Fay.’ […]
February 19, 2017
The Vole’s Conspiracy to Commit Fraud Happy Mouse, the Juggling Slasher Adventures in Statistics With Timothy Wombat Life in the Afterdeath of Roadkill Martin Bunny, Insurance Adjuster
February 17, 2017
When it came to cake, Judith was emphatic in her refusal to share.
February 16, 2017
Judith just said to Joan: a. ‘No, you can’t have a piece of my cake. It’s all mine, I tell you, mine!’ b. ‘10,000 dollars in cash or I’ll reveal to the press what Olivia told me.’ c. ‘You do know that Alfred offered the part to you only after Olivia turned it down, don’t […]
February 15, 2017
throat danger the marsh hen stirs a clever foe in hiding takes aim throat pierced