Monthly Archives: February 2015

Family Dynamics

“I wonder if there really is some odour that would make me completely irresistible to women, like on the commercials?” asked Perry. He looked over at Rachel, his girlfriend of three months. “Huh?” said Rachel. She was busy looking at … Continue reading

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The Oscars And Medieval History

(Overheard in a library.) “Did you watch the Oscars Sunday night? One of the winners was going on about how society is unfair.” “Stop.” “What?” “I don’t want to hear about it.” “Who peed in your Corn Flakes this morning?” … Continue reading

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Fatal Attraction

Brandon walked into the archery club with a goofy grin on his face. He didn’t get a word out of his mouth before his friends pounced. “Uh oh. That can’t be good,” said Rufus, pointing at Brandon’s face. “Listen, man. … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever

“It’s been a long winter,” said Kyle. The other two guys around the table seemed too focused on their cards to notice him. “Okay, I’ll bite. How long is it?” asked Sid. “People are getting major cabin fever. Remember last … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Advice

“C’mere, young man.” “Yeah, c’mon over here. Let us talk to you a minute.” Griffey, a volunteer at the Misty Valley Retirement Home, approached the two residents. “Mr. Pedersen, Mr. Sanchez, can I help you with something?” “Sit down here … Continue reading

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Counter-evolution

Two retirees sat in the food court of the mall after their morning walk. “I read that the city outlawed tobogganing within city limits,” said Bert. “Why on God’s green earth would they do that?” asked Mortie. “Lawsuits. Someone got … Continue reading

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Show and Tell

“Check out my new watch,” Dylan announced to Brandon, his brother. Dylan stuck out his arm to show off the hideous bright yellow plastic time piece. “Very nice,” Brandon lied. Over the years Brandon learned it was easier to appease … Continue reading

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