Tag Archives: Micro Fiction

Modern Medical Care

“You’ve been shot six times,” said Doctor Langley. “The surgery was successful, but it’s unlikely you’ll live.” “But Doc!” said Future Man. “I have super healing. The wounds are almost gone!” Langley shook his head. “You haven’t seen my doctor’s … Continue reading

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Darwinism – Gargleblaster Microstories #255

Armand the terrorist connected the last wire to the bomb. It was active and ready for remote detonation. He called to his co-conspirator, “Bernard! You fix the button trigger yet?” “Fin!” Bernard entered the room. “It’s fixed. Look.” He pressed … Continue reading

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Cats and Birds

Supermodels Dana and Josie sunned in bikinis. Another paparazzi quad-drone died. Dana smirked, “Your robotic gizmo is kinda feline.” Josie grinned, “Yeah. It loves hunting birds.” _____________________________

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Plain Names – Gargleblaster Microstories #254

“Hieronymus Pool,” said the hotel guest. “Ooh, that’s a memorable name,” said the desk clerk. “Really? I thought it was plain.” He turned to his friend. “Is my name unusual, Proximillicon?” “Naw,” he grimaced. “My buddy, Thantoquintikessian, thinks your name … Continue reading

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The Comeback

Bill smirked, “Your apartment isn’t Feng Shui.” Nell scowled, “No… it’s Phuk Yu. ” __________________________

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Last Meal – Gargleblaster Microstories #253

Luigi the Mobster said, “No steak and loaded potato? Just fruit?” “Heavy meals weigh me down,” said Phil. “Light meals lead to a longer life.” Luigi opined as he poured cement onto Phil’s shoes, “Not stealing from The Mob does … Continue reading

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The Grain Earth

In Cereal Land, Barley was unpopular. Everyone hated his corny jokes. Barley couldn’t help it. It was his “Raisin” D’etre. Strawberryhead arrived with a shotgun. He growled, “I’ve been contracted to kill you, you flake.” “Don’t!” cried Barley. “I’ll make … Continue reading

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Keeping Warm – Gargleblaster Microstories #252

Young Samantha had learned about layering clothes. It was bitterly cold outside. George called, “My socks are gone!” Haley answered, “I’m missing Samantha’s mittens too.” “All five pairs missing?” muttered George. “Honey? Samantha doesn’t need mittens.” “Why not?” “I found … Continue reading

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The Mean Genie

Rufus the goldfish hated the confines of his cramped fishbowl. A genie offered him one wish. Rufus said, “I want to be in the ocean.” *poof* Still in his fishbowl but bobbing in ocean waves, Rufus spat, “F**king genies.” ______________________________

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Spicy Cheese – Gargleblaster Microstories #251

Chelsea, the Nuclear Scientist, remembered leaving it on the table. “Honey, Have you seen my sample?” Mark said, “Sample? You mean the cheddar?” He patted his belly. “It was good and spicy!” Chelsea stared. “I’ll bet. I brought it home … Continue reading

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