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Friday Fictioneers – After Dinner

12 April, 2013

Ah, the week draws to a close and that means it’s FriFic O’clock. Eternal gratitude to Rochelle for her work a Chief FriFicer, and for this week’s prompt:sandra-crook

As always, I am grateful for any comments you would like to leave, whether you liked my 100 words or hated them.


‘Did you enjoy tonight?’

‘Oh yes, it’s nice to have guests. Good food, good company.’

‘Wasn’t she lovely?’

‘Delightful. And he’s such a fascinating character.’

‘Hmmm I suppose so.’

‘You didn’t like him?’

‘Well, he was charming. He had so many incredible stories to tell, what an amazing life he has led.’


‘But the whole time we were sitting on the porch he was fiddling with his chair. Did you notice?’

‘Well, yes but….’

‘How can you do that much damage to a metal chair? It’s ruined. Next time the Gellers visit, he can sit on the plastic ones.’



  1. That was bizarre… I liked it!

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