Neologisms for this day of fools

Photo by Daria Rem on Pexels.com Irony, adj. Behaving like a heated, triangle-shaped hunk of metal. Ostracism, n - the worship of large, flightless birds Exposition, n. The precise location of a former lover. Flotilla, n - a naval unit of Mexican flat breads Protagonist, n. A person who supports the labeling of garments. Verb Tense, n. pl. What… Continue reading Neologisms for this day of fools

Little White Lies

Photo by bongkarn thanyakij on Pexels.com Craig suppressed a gag as Martha set the plate of broccoli casserole, her “specialty,” in front of him. “I made your favorite,” she smiled. “And there’s plenty more in the kitchen.” “You shouldn’t have,” he said, subtly leaning to the side so as to avoid the hot aroma wafting… Continue reading Little White Lies

Quarantining Together

Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com Sylvia leaned over the arm of the couch and stretched. “Oh my god, you guys, I am so hungover today. Like, seriously, I was up ALL night. That party was banging.” She licked her lips and smiled smugly. “For real - everyone was there.” “Yeah, we could hear,” Olevander… Continue reading Quarantining Together

Time Travel Bingo

Photo by freestocks.org on Pexels.com On this particular Tuesday, Time Travelers Inc. had sent one of their lawyers, Maxwell Bishop, to an arbitration meeting. Joining him in the rented room was fellow arbitrator Milquetoast Foireè, and the offended party, a pink-haired, foul-mouthed 81-year old named Mrs. Sprightly. Three seconds ago, there had been a miscommunication,… Continue reading Time Travel Bingo