While you be readin’, I’ll be grillin’! It is Friday, after all.
Welcome to the Party!
Ready for tonight’s Drabble? Yes? Then let’s jump right in!
BUT, before you do, have you read this? RIGHT HERE!
Now, on to the Drabble!
The stain would never leave; not any amount of washing could remove the dark red from the carpet.
Not even removing the carpet itself.
“Interesting manifestation,” Dr. Carlmonder stated, mentioned, observed. “How soon between removal and its reappearance?”
“A day. Two at the most,” Mrs. Billwager said. “I have scrubbed and scrubbed, washed and washed, vacuumed and vacuumed. The carpet has been replaced three times this year alone. I’ll never be able to sell this house and move with this abomination appearing. It’s ruining my market value.”
“Hmmm,” Dr. Carlmonder pondered, puzzled, thought. “Have you thought about trying hardwood flooring?”
Disclaimer: Full disclosure is required in all real estate transactions.
Friday has risen and it is hungry for Drabbles!
Good thing I have one for it tonight. You’ll be able to read it below before it is devoured.
I also have many more drabbles for Friday in the form of One Foggy Night: A DEAD MECH Prequel Short. This is currently free on Amazon! Go get yourself a copy. Have your friends, family, neighbors, enemies get a copy too! If we get it into the Top Ten of any bestseller list on Amazon then I will record it and put it in the audio feed. That means you can buy it and not even have to read it yourself! ALL FOR FREE! What a country!
So get to that.
And now for tonight’s Drabble…
The split up the backside of her jeans wasn’t the problem; being larger than most girls she’d split her seat plenty of times before.
The entire cafeteria laughing wasn’t the problem; she’d dealt with that many times.
The laughter by the football team, especially her secret crush, wasn’t the problem either; he was the star quarterback and she knew she never had a chance.
The building rage that boiled over and turned into a blinding, murderous wave of energy wasn’t the problem; that was pretty cool, actually.
No, the problem was: what would she do with all the bodies?
Disclaimer: At no point do I condone mass murder by telekinesis.