How the Cookie Crumbles

Life and scribbles on the far side of SIXTY-FIVE

Flash In The Pan – Dinner

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“Oh—my—GOD!”

“What?”

“Says here Michael McClusky married Susie Penny.”

“I heard that. It’s strange how he found her, asked her to dinner and tied the knot lickety-split.”

“It’s forty-five years since he cheated on her and had to get married, right?”

“Something like that. What happened to the shotgun wife?” Barb asked.

“Divorced after twenty years and three kids. Didn’t need a shotgun neither; she lied to him and her daddy.” Mary stared at her sister, eyes bulging.

“Susie was broken-hearted for years afterwards. I can’t believe she forgave him.” Barb scratched her nose and squinted at the newspaper.

“I don’t know; he’s dead now.”

“What?”

“Yep, a week after the wedding.”

“Was it natural?” the sisters squealed together.

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Author: Let's CUT the Crap!

I'm getting a little LONG in the tooth and have things to say about---ouch---AGEing. I believe it's certainly a state of mind but sometimes it's nice to hear that you're NORMAL. I enjoy reading by the truckload. I'm a grandma but I don't feel OLD although I'm not so young anymore. My plan is to stick it out as long as I can on this lovely planet and only will leave it kicking and screaming!

27 thoughts on “Flash In The Pan – Dinner

  1. You are funny! I was all ready for this shattered dreams to happily ever after. Wrong!
    Good one Tess, you got me ~ BB

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  2. Hehehe – karma’s gonna get you 🙂

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  3. Revenge of a woman scorned 😉
    Or maybe just the Universe, righting a wrong – good story Tess 😉

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  4. hope he had a $1m policy. Revenge they say is best served cold. Great one Tess.

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  5. You’re over here having too much fun. That was funny. I can see these two mature women so clearly.

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  6. Talk about best served cold!

    Btw. If you add more than 12 tags, posts don’t show up in the topic reader, only in the “blogs I follow”.

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  7. Ooh, chilling! I like little dialogue driven pieces like that.

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  8. You made me smile with this, Tess. Funny and a bit wicked. A great combination.

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  9. Awesome! I am so glad to see you join. Send me an email so I get the right server. I have to get a couple details from you for the book.

    xxx

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    • I’m trying to stretch / challenge myself. I hope I don’t stretch too hard, I might burst like a water balloon. You hear that sound? Pthrrrrrrrrrrr. . .twap (it’s a REAL word. I MADE it real darn it. All you need to do is LISTEN.

      I’m pleased to join in and looking forward to more of the same. Glad you’re back. Hope you’re in the PINK.

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  10. A very mysterious story! Are these people real?

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  11. That’s a really awesome short short micro short story. I usually don’t like those, but this one really works for me. Again, awesome. You should submit it somewhere.

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    • Rebecca, you have made my day! Thank you!
      I don’t know that I CAN submit anywhere else now that’s it’s been published on the blogosphere. . . Do you know anything about this? I’ve always understood blogging is publishing.

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  12. Such dinner table conversation, my my! Sounds like someone is gittin’ back at someone else! Great short piece, Tess!

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