Bad Decisions

Posted on September 29, 2013 12:01 pm under Microfiction
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He could have wagered a myriad of personal belongings. Why had he opted for his horse and buggy? (97)

He knew models must have good posture, but this was not what he’d envisioned, when he paid $5,000 for an online supermodel course. (130)

It had seemed like a harmless flirtation until his enraged spouse evicted him. Now he lived on Drury Lane with only a platter for shelter. (139)

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3 Responses to “Bad Decisions”

  1. Pat Says:

    Hindsight is better than foresight, they say.

    I think the guy should have researched many modeling sites and customer reviews before shelling out $5000. Or maybe he should have listened to his friends mocking laughter when he mentioned he’d make a good model.

    I hope he sells a lot of muffins!

    Three cute ones, as always, Linda.

  2. Kay L. Davies Says:

    I loved the second one. An online supermodel course. LOL

  3. ruthi Says:

    I’m joining again. I love your first take on this.