Monday, November 29, 2010

Raphaela Needs To Be Clear

Before we get to  Micro-Fiction Monday  I want to remind those of you who are photographers to check out the links in Lisa's comment to my previous post OR click on over to my photo blog (link on sidebar), I posted them there right under my Mellow Yellow Monday entry.

I'm like a dog with a bone when it comes to justice and freedom.

But I digress.

On to Micro-Fiction Monday where we write a story to suit the picture in 140 characters or less.




Raphaela realized she should have been more specific when she wished for a male hung like a bull. She had a lot of explaining to do.

24 comments:

Akelamalu said...

Ooops be careful what you wish for eh? LOL

Peggy said...

Many well hung Bulls, she might be in way over her head! Nice!

Tracy said...

Whoa, guys, those meat scraps will STILL be on sale after Black Friday is over!

SparkleFarkle said...

YIKES! Does Raphaela like her Christmas tree ornaments to be that way too? TWO WORDS: O Tannenbaum!!!

LOLoudy, SparkleFarkle~~~~~*

Sylvia K said...

Of course, you know I love it! Definitely watch out for what you wish for! What a hoot! Have a great week, Dianne! Give Hope a hug for me!

Sylvia

Jinksy said...

Does this make her a silly cow? LOL :)

Mike said...

Lots of old jokes based on 'Oh, that's what you meant.' You just came up with another one.(pun intended)

quilly said...

The late Dr. John used to always warn us to be careful what we wished for. Raphaela should have read his short stories!

Ron said...

Okay, I just want you to know that I was sitting in Starbucks having a cup of coffee with reading this post, and BUSTED out laughing when I read....

"Raphaela realized she should have been more specific when she wished for a male hung like a bull."

Freakin' FLAWLESS!!!!

X ya, dear lady!

Have a great Monday!

SouthLakesMom said...

I'm with Ron - burst out laughing -- but I was at home where my 14 year old son was nearby. I decided I just couldn't explain it in a non-awkward way so I just waved him off.

By the way, on your water tower story, they're very nice photos and I see why you took them. Keep snappin' The bad guys only win when we let them change our lives.

hope said...

Yikes! Wonder who her Fairy Godmother is? :)

Au and Target said...

Nice one!

Rinkly Rimes said...

She only asked for one! Maybe they 'herd' wrongly!

Granny Sue said...

Ummmm....yeah...poor thing.

Hilary said...

You're too funny.. and that's no bull. ;)

Grayquill said...

Well....ah.....hmmm......ah....yeah....ah.....mmmm....yeah....well....ah...mmmmmmmmm. I gotta go.

Daryl said...

Thank you, I needed that

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL....You sre a Pistol! I love this! Well done, my dear....!

And I am printing out that PDF file right now! Important stuff.
Thanks for this, too!

Diane said...

Fresh!!! Hope you have a great week!!! :O)

Linda Reeder said...

Dianne, I've read a few of these micro fiction things. None of them have quite your 'style'.

Scott Oglesby said...

This was awesome, I love the story! I used to write one word novels all the time.

“When Stacy burnt her hand on the stove she knew she’d had enough, not just of Thanksgiving, but of this marriage

Lisa (Mountain Photog) said...

Fantastic! You could have a career writing funny greeting card captions!

Linda said...

What Lisa above me said! You could make a fortune I bet!

nitebyrd said...

LOL! That's the BEST MFM EVER!