Sunday, November 29, 2009

Microfiction Monday

What better way to start the week than a story utilizing as few as 140 characters? Below is this week's inspiring photo.

"Jr., just because your father overindulged on Thanksgiving
doesn't mean you can use his body
as a playground for your car," sighed his Mom.


Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Quite funny Hope, reminded me of a story of my Mum that when I have time will share someday. Remind me if I forget.

Peggy said...

Reminded me of the movie "Juno" when she was driving a toy car up and down on her pregnant belly!
Good job my friend!
I'm going to have to get my imagination up a couple of notches to keep up with you!

Susan at Stony River said...

LOL I've been run over with quite a few cars! What a great way to see it!

Anonymous said...

ROFLMAO!!! This is just too funny. I love it. Well done my friend. Have a great Monday :)

Titus said...

I love the surreal ones!

hope said...

Bill, you can't tease me like that and not tell the story. You KNOW I'll remind you.

Peggy, it's funny. Most of the photos have immediately made a torrent of words come forth. This one, not so much. Until I looked at it again this morning wrote itself. :)

Susan, thank you for not asking which part of the father's anatomy the car is traveling. ;)

Thanks Thom! I'm on my way to read the rest of you now!

the broken down barman said...

did this the right way this week. looked at the pic, then did my own. came back to yours and burst out laughin for the first time since i last watched Step Brothers.......
Quality. x

hope said...

Titus as a kid I thought Thanksgiving meant the men sat around and sighed after eating. :)

Barman, I'm off to read yours now. Glad I could give you a giggle.

Larry said...

The other day after I looked at the picture I thought it looked like a car being driven across somebody's arm so I wasn't to far off. Thanks for stopping by I appreciate your comments.

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hope said...

You're welcome Larry! I owe a few more comments as trying to read these on my lunch hour was a total failure with dial up!