Friday Fictioneers – Date Night

Every week, Rochelle gives us a donated photo to use as a prompt to write a piece of fiction in around 100 words. If you want to have a go, then click on the Friday Fictioneers image, and if you want to read what others have written, then click on the blue frog image.

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Photo © Liz Young

 “Hey babyface, how ya doin’ t’day?

Look Army, I have told you before, I am not interested

Aww, g’won. A night out wi’ me is a step up from dese fools

I don’t care. You went for a drink with Dolly and no-one has seen her since

Don’ worry ’bout ‘er. She’s arahnd somewhere

Look, Army. I am going to use small words that you will understand

Aww, don’ be like dat

NO!

WHY?

Because your dates always disappear. Where’s Dolly? Tell me that.

Okay. Ah’ll tell ya. She went on ahead an’ had a beer an’ got smashed.

32 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – Date Night

    • Thanks Ste J. I am trying a new way with the 100 word ones, by using just a conversation and trying to portray the feeling across in the words.

  1. Al, I also liked the story of the mannequin’s hand, although that really would’ve been creepy.
    Thank goodness I’ve never known someone whose dates kept disappearing. Defintiely NOT a good sign.
    Well done.
    xx Rowena

    • Thanks Rowena. It was definitely creepy seeing that hand there. I think someone who’s dates kept disappearing would certainly need to be watched.

    • Thanks Rochelle. When I saw this, it reminded me of something my sister and I witnessed once. We informed the police when we saw a hand in the river. It turned out to be the hand of a mannequin.

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