Like A Horse – Shapeshifting 13

Like A Horse

Giselle returned from the space station’s pleasure module.

Her roommate, Medina, glared disapprovingly. “You slept with him?”

Giselle grinned. “Yep.”

“You realize he’s a Chimera?”

“I know.” Giselle sat gingerly.

“You don’t know what his genes are! He could be part Goat, Elephant…even Spider!”

Giselle smiled wistfully. “Well, he’s definitely part horse!”
Author’s Notes:
Chimera Definition: Genetics. an organism composed of two or more genetically distinct tissues…or an artificially produced individual having tissues of several species.

In week 4 of Grammar Ghoul Press’ Shapeshifting 13 writing challenge, we get 52 words to work with. This time, the word prompt is: Chimera. Look here to see what other folks wrote:


About EagleAye

I like looking at the serious subjects in the news and seeking the lighter side of the issue. I love satire and spoofs. I see the ridiculous side of things all the time, and my goal is to share that light-hearted view.
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17 Responses to Like A Horse – Shapeshifting 13

  1. joetwo says:

    Zing! Hahahahahaha!

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  2. Tony says:

    Bazinga! Thank you for the blush that I am now sporting. Such a funny piece! I envy your wit. Well done

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  3. YeshuM says:

    I might have cringed just a bit.

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  4. Blush! Giggle! This is priceless.

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  6. Danny James says:

    Chimera’s are hung!


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  7. Shey says:

    Ahhh. hehehe

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