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100-word Challenge for Grownups – Week #158

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This week’s prompt is those special berries… +100 words

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PI or PIE

“Frankie? You can’t walk in—what do you want? Rocky’s on his way home.”

“I miss you, Babe—us.”

“We’re done, remember? Get out.” Rose rolled the pastry around her rolling-pin. Frankie gawked with starving eyes.

“Leave now and I’ll make your favorite.”

“Deal. Cherry?”

Rose rubbed her nose, leaving a trail of flour on her cheek. “It’ll be at our old hiding place in two hours.”

Frankie grabbed for her.

“Don’t.” She jerked away, holding out the dough like a shield. “Go!”

A handful of those special berries and I’ll shake you once and for all. You won’t ever eat pie again.

 

© 2014 TAK

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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!

54 thoughts on “100-word Challenge for Grownups – Week #158

  1. I see that i chose the perfect moment for my afternoon break! Sounds like Frankie has had it coming for a while. Huge hugs, Tess. ❤ 😀

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  2. OOh a sinister twist, lovely.

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  3. Ha! I’ll bet he doesn’t…….

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Tab®|PRO

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  4. Well done, Tess! It amazes me how much emotion and back story you can pack into a story in so few words.

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  5. I have no idea how you do it. A few lines and boing…there is a story. Not just that, it’s although entertaining. I need 100 words just in the subject line. Must be that language thing 🙂

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  6. I’m not eating anything you offer up! 😉

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  7. It is amazing how quickly your words pull a reader in…excellent!

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  8. Oh this was a good one Tess.😁 Nothing says lovin…😆

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  9. LOL – you are exercising your dark side!! I hope Frankie really is a bad guy and not just a lovesick loser.

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  10. It made me laugh. Now, what does that say about me. Good writing!

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  11. Ooh, she’s a nasty one. Isn’t there an easier way to get rid of this guy? For me, one taste of my pie and he’d be looking elsewhere.

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  12. Oh, Rose is my kinda girl I like her. Thinks on her feet and everything. Lovely one Tess.

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  13. Another Tess Cliff Hanger Special. Bravo!

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  14. A surprise ending Tess! Wonderful twist.

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  15. You really are a specialist for these shorties… make me a cherry pie pleeeaaaasssee!

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  16. Uhm……does Rose bake for EVERYONE she gets tired of? Or just grabby men she’s done with? I mean….what about coffee friends and such???? Just in case…..

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  17. Yikes, there I thought it was going to be the rolling pin doing some damage…too bad, cherry pie is my favourite 😛 You’ve served up yet another delicious flash Tess, very tasty indeed 🙂 🙄 😀

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  18. Those berries are sounding very ominous! 🙂

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  19. Brilliant as always dear Tess 💖

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  20. When I started reading, I thought maybe Rose was some sweet young woman. But that ending changed that. Now I think she’s a witch. 😉

    Good story, Tess.

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  22. Oh, I could smell a murder-about-to-happen in the first line! Love it! You got a little Roald Dahl “Lamb to the Slaughter” wickedness in this one.

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  23. When a woman says, ‘It’s over,’ well… you’d best believe it’s over!

    I guess he’ll get his just desserts…

    Great job, Tess!

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