Postings with tag: humorous
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Meet Cyril Potts, a Briton working as a private eye in the USA. He gets some strange clients, which is all right because he is a strange investigator. We first encounter Cyril during one of his reveries, but he soon shows that when the need arises, he can lurch into…
Bodgie is a goblin in need of work. When Santa announces he is opening a factory in Snotsville, Bodgie leaps at the chance to perhaps do something besides get yelled at by his missus and laughed at by his "friends".
Think you’ve outgrown fairy-tales? Well think again! The Contest brings the fairy-tale Kingdom of Cyberia right up to date, with on-line match making, speed dating, cyber spells and, of course, love rivals. Meet the hard up King and Queen of Cyberia and their feisty, rebellious daughter, HRH Princess Eemay, who…
An extended version of my flash fiction - "A Cavernous Story", about 3,000 words here. You do not need to read both stories. --- In this story a young man attempts to help a Being he met in a watery sink-hole; actually the Being was the water, and the end…
The Beginning of my English journal when I was in college. Although events are real, the theme I chose to write in added a bit of science fiction to the atmosphere. Enjoy. May you laugh as much as I did at the first few lines.
September 04, 2015
In Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of Inspector Snout - The case of the missing tadpole, Silly Willy Winston takes on the secret identity of Inspector Snout to help his friend Billy find his missing tadpole. Much more than an open and shut case, Billy along with readers are…
August 28, 2015
In Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of Super Snout - Have NO Fear our steadfast friend and unlikely hero throws on his cape and grabs his mask to take on his secret identity as Super Snout. He uses the biggest ears ever and his super large snout to help…
Wonder what life's really like for the calm, patient and understanding middle aged teacher? Well this satire may shock, amuse and, above all, reveal the truth about the profession...
I want people to know that I did not post this with the intention of offending anyone. This is not really a rant, it is simply something I put together for you all. I've seen other posts similar to this, and I thought I'd give it a try. Thank you…
A short story written by Tom Flanagan, published in Brenka Magazine in 1947. The plot follows Mr. Smith who wins the football pools, much to the delight of his wife. She changes his world and suddenly he becomes distant and absent, resuming his old habits and comforts at another address.
Two workers in a cafe make up stories about their regular customers to relieve boredom, but what they find out about one customer is beyond anything they could have imagined.