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Monday, 30 August 2010

Microfiction Monday #18....


Susan at Stony River hosts this fun theme each Monday, so do pop over and read the others who have signed Mr. Linky. The rules are thus:



Every Monday Susan will post a picture for the subject of your story. Microfiction means the shortest of short stories. Think Aesop's fables, comic strips, or even jokes: complete stories that can be told in under a minute. For this game, the limit is a tweetable 140 characters or fewer, including punctuation and spaces.


Here's today's picture and my contribution.



Jake decided to stop at Coolville, he hoped it would live up to its name.

He was rather hot and bothered since dumping the hitchhikers body.

29 comments:

MorningAJ said...

With a name like that it probably won't! Of course, the hitchhiker will never know! Good twist.

Valerie said...

I knew hitchhiking was dangerous!

Dr. Chandana Shekar said...

Ah!!1 nice take :)

mrsnesbitt said...

Wicked and dark, yet witty! Just what I expect from someone like yourself! lol!

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

lesson: no hitchhiking! yikes! ha ha ha

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

CrystalChick said...

Oooh, good one!!!

Ron said...

You are brilliant, m' dear!

This was faaabulous! As usual!

Happy Monday to you!

X

Thom said...

Very clever as usual. Itsno wonder he has to cool down. Excellent my friend. :)

Dumdad said...

You have a macabre streak in you!

Mama Zen said...

Love that twist!

Ellie said...

Another gruesome story - I like! Poor hitchhiker, though.

Have a great week x

SouthLakesMom said...

So many bodies littered around the internet today! Must be Microfiction Monday! Smiles!

Granny Sue said...

Whoa. I wasn't expecting that. Good job.

G-Man said...

Sinister...Muahahaha

Quilly said...

That Jack, never satisfied always looking for more!

hope said...

There are many murderers amongst you today....must be Monday. :)

Pat said...

Eew, creepy, but funny, too. Reminds me not to ever hitch-hike again....last time was in 1972 in England. My mother wasn't too thrilled about that.

Dave said...

Crikey.

Dave
Dave Wrote This

Shrinky said...

Eeek, watch out Coolville!! Another classic, Akelamalu - great stuff.

ninotaziz said...

Aahhh, Akemalu...We are of one mind on this.

Akelamalu said...

You're right Morning AJ, the hitchiker will never know!

It definitely was dangerous on that stretch of road Valerie ;)

Thanks Dr Chandana :)


Why thankyou Mrs N, how kind. :)


Good advice Bee ;)


Cheers CrystalChick :)


Aw thanks Ron x


Yes Thom, hopefully Coolville will live up to it's name. ;)


Who me Dumdad? ;)

Glad you liked it Mama Zen :)

So pleased you enjoyed it Ellie


LOL it's surprising how many of us have the same idea isn't it SouthLakesMom? LOL

Thanks Granhy Sue :)

Yes it is sinister G-man, just the way I was feeling I guess. ;)

Possibly looking for more hitchikers Quilly ;)

Strange isn't it ?

I used to hitchike all the time when I was a teenager Pat but I wouldn't advise anyone to do it these days! :0

LOL did it shock you Dave?

Aw cheers Shrinky x

Seems a lot of us are on the same wavelength today Ninotaziz.

cheshire wife said...

Looks like a good place to dump a body amongst all those trees!

Diane said...

EEEEEEEK!!!!

:o)

Linda said...

Ah, there's that patented twist of yours!

ninotaziz said...

Dear Akemalu - you could not find me.

http://poemsbyninotaziz.blogspot.com/2010/08/on-run.html

Cheers and hugs

Akelamalu said...

I think you're right Cheshire Wife ;)

Did I scare you Dianne? LOL

I do like a twist in a tale Linda, I can't deny it. ;)

Thanks for coming back with the link Ninotaziz, I'll be right over.

Susan at Stony River said...

Oh Jake - that was NOT cool! Yikes!

secret agent woman said...

Not town cool enough for that.

Travis Cody said...

Oh! How do you get me every time???