Sunday, May 23, 2010

Microfiction Monday

Welcome to Microfiction Monday, where 140 characters paints a picture...or photo. Tell Susan if you play.

And she's landed safely, with little ones beaming. (No Thom, not that kind of beaming...Scotty wasn't involved, although I'd bet she wished he had been). Give her a while to catch her breath and she'll be commenting again in no time!

This week's photo:

"Oh how the mighty have fallen",
cried the monk second in command,
looking at his prone comrade.

You pushed him!" they chanted.

And one more, for Charlie

"What happened?" whispered a shaken monk.

"Sister Margaret."
"Said God told her to neuter Father
and she couldn’t abort the mission."


Ponita in Real Life said...

Both are excellent!!! Esp. #2. What are those things? Bookends?

Susan at Stony River said...

I love the first one best - never expected the push! LOL

Yes, they're bookends, they go everywhere with me.

mapstew said...

Xlnt! And you KNOW Charles is gonna like the 2nd one! :¬)


Anonymous said... excuse LOL She's got to report to the bridge soon. Toilet duty awaits our fine Irish Wench ROFLMAO! Dang she's already commented to keep this between us. Loved these stories. I like the first one the best. It's too funny. Both are awesome. Have a great week ahead :)

anthonynorth said...

Both great. And that's a naughty, naughty monk :-)

savannah said...

hilarious! well done, sugar! xoxox

Charlie said...

Yes, I like both of them, but Map is correct: The second one, while belonging to the fantasy genre, is devilishly clever.

Suz said...

Yes...I can see that!
thanks for the laugh

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

I love the first one..
although both are brilliant..
well done, Hope!

Michael G-G said...

Overachiever! Seriously, these two are both fantastic. I laughed aloud on #1.

Have a great week.

Janel said...

LOL! I loved both of these!!

Quilly said...

Oh. I guess father is lucky that the Sister wasn't carrying her sissors! Yeow!

Thanks for the laugh.

Grandma said...

Have to admire the creativity that produced two of these stories - and both so funny.

My MM: Afterlife

SouthLakesMom said...

I love the first one! I'm not 'dark' enough to appreciate the 2nd one . . . shiver!

Peggy said...

Oh no; If I was a nun, I could have been Sister Matgaret.
Loved both of them. You're so good at this.

Sylvia K said...

I love them both! What a hoot! Definitely the best laugh today! Nothing like those naughty priests and nuns!! Have a great week!


Titus said...

Enjoyed them both, but it was the first that really got me. Lovely!

John's comments said...

Cassocks at dawn I think Thanks for dropping by.My Microfiction

Larry said...

glad to hear she has arrived and we can't wait to hear from her either . Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment as you always do. Oh yes by the way hope throw em in with mine it's getting chillie.LOL

Burning Bookmonks

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Now I liked both, but I chuckled at the Second. The Sacrifices we have to make. Good thing she wasn't Abraham.

juliana said...

wow, two for the price of one, and both outrageously funny (although the real sister margaret's story is anything but funny)

Jillien said...

How treacherous!!!! I love the first one! hahha


jabblog said...

Both excellent and very funny :-)

Akelamalu said...

Oh dirty tricks eh? LOL

hope said...

I'm not ignoring anyone...I'm on VACATION this week! :)

So blogging is hit or miss...but I do appreciate your comments!