Mars and Venus

Posted on September 30, 2012 4:22 pm under Microfiction
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“I told you to stop for directions, Stanley.” (47)

“You said you wanted to enjoy the high life.” (43)

Attempt to placate: “At least I brought a six-pack.” (63)

Her thoughts as he falls from the ledge: No more seats left up. (63)

His last thoughts: PMS can be hazardous to you health. (57)

Succinctly Yours offers a weekly photo and word as inspiration for your microfiction. How low can you go? Choose the 140 character or 140 word option.

This week’s word was placate.

7 Responses to “Mars and Venus”

  1. Jim Says:

    Nice words, each micro-story, GMA. :)
    I like the middle one the best, the ‘guy’
    can’t be all bad if he brought a six-pak. 😉
    ..

  2. Anthony North Says:

    Short and hilarious, all :-)

  3. Kirhat Says:

    Hi there! I visit your site and drop on it regularly back when Entrecard was still around. I hope we could continue to support each other and maybe meet in one of the future variants of Entrecard or Adgitize.

    Seek No More
    PolitEkon
    Nesting Buddy

  4. Comedy Plus Says:

    You are most clever. Very well done…all of them.

    Have a terrific day. :)

  5. Steve Says:

    How about, “This is the last time I’ll let you buy tickets for the Grateful Dead concert.”

    Have a great day!

  6. Pat Says:

    Ooh, one zinger after another, Grandma! You are the queen of zing this week. Every one of these is hilarious. I chuckled the most at “No more seats left up.” The humor center in your brain was electrified (in a good way).

  7. ruthi Says:

    you are right, PMS is hazardous. hahaha great take on this.