FBI Investigations Team Leader, Frank Howard sighed. It should’ve been easy to find aliens. Unfortunately these aliens looked nearly identical to terrestrial Elm trees, except the aliens could run pretty fast. Adding to their troubles was they hunted them in a heavily forested Montana ranch.
There were subtle signs his agents were getting frustrated, even bored with the difficult search.
He found Agents Audrey Polyczyk and Gerry Hampden beside a log pile and a wood chipper. It was clear the pair had become bored with the search.
“How’s the search going?”
“Frustrating, sir,” said Audrey. “It’s a challenging search.”
“That’s right, sir,” said Gerry. “It’s like looking for a particular piece of hay in a haystack.”
“I know it’s tough. Perhaps I’ll leave you to finish your break.”
“We weren’t on a break,” Audrey said hurriedly.
“We’re dedicated to the mission,” added Gerry.
Frank idly sifted through a wheelbarrow full of wood chips. “Well, with my keen eye and my 20 years experience in the Bureau, I can see you both were exerting yourselves.”
“Your shirt tail is out and your hair is mussed, Audrey.”
“And Gerry. I’m pretty sure the bra you’re wearing isn’t your size.”
Written for Sunday Photo Fiction: https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/02/04/sunday-photo-fiction-february-4th-2018/
Happy Super Bowl Sunday!
Turns out the Super Bowl is 2nd biggest eating holiday behind Thanksgiving. Here’s some interesting Super Bowl facts:
– Last year 111.3 Million people watched the Super Bowl.
– This year an estimated 1.25 Billion chicken wings will be eaten (will chicken breasts be on sale?).
– 60% of all delivery orders will be for pizza.
– 8,000,000 pounds of guacamole gets consumed.