Tag Archives: Satire

Secret Agent

Bob the mechanic said, “Obviously someone side-swiped you.” “Can’t be,” answered Linda. “It was sitting in my garage.” Bob didn’t question customer claims, however unbelievable. He just fixed cars. “Well, this is no problem, ma’am. We’ll have her fixed by … Continue reading

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A Terrible Job

In the tiny country of Mercalado Felix got an unexpected job offer. “You could be our next Presidente!” exclaimed Senor Alvarez. They stopped at a beautiful mansion and went inside. “This would be your office.” Felix gaped at towering stacks … Continue reading

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The Probability Engine

Mayor of Chicago, Rupert Johnson was furious. He shouted at his Chief of Staff, Marion Caldwell. “This is a disaster! ” “But sir,” said Marion. “You wanted innovative ideas.” “But not this!” The native Chicagoan loved his city. The horrific … Continue reading

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The Hardboiled Buy

She was sleek and slender when I found her. A high performance philly that liked things fast with a touch of danger. This was no regular guy’s bicycle. I said, “I see a shadow, but no bike.” “Yeah, pal,” drawled … Continue reading

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The Psyche Out

The Chalice of Novotrix had journeyed from the times of magic. Six hundred years had passed since the demon Novotrix had been trapped inside. With people rarely touching the cup, the demon couldn’t see through their eyes. It had no … Continue reading

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Modern Bears

Barney the bear looked at little Bobo and realized there was a complication. “I realize we’ve slept together a few times, Betty, but it’s obvious Bobo isn’t my son.” Betty sighed, “Yeah, I know but…” “Shouldn’t he be with his … Continue reading

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The Wisdom Of Horror Movies

Hank trudged through the old woods to the abandoned factory, trying to lead the other six high-schoolers by example. More and more they rebelled. “C’mon guys! There aren’t really any demons.” “Oh sure,” moaned Natalie, checking on her tablet. “Horrible … Continue reading

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