My Semi-Fictional Life #92 (Let’s Play Flash Fiction Fridays, Round 7!)

Hello peeps. It’s that time again. Took a week off to draw up my best and worst of 2016, but now it’s a new year and a new week and Flash Fiction Fridays must return.

You know what to do: In the comment section of this post (be it on Goodreads or WordPress, either is fine), I want you to give me your wildest ideas. The more the merrier. The wackier the better. Then, on Friday, I will tie them all together into a (hopefully) cogent story. The stories won’t always be great, but gems are found in the strangest places.

Next year, after I’ve collect 52 of these weekly stories, I will publish a collection of them giving all commenters their due credit. So play along and get your name in a book.

See you tomorrow,


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9 thoughts on “My Semi-Fictional Life #92 (Let’s Play Flash Fiction Fridays, Round 7!)

  1. A scientist works hard at creating prosthetic limbs. Her studies are focused on prehensility in the animal kingdom (gecko tails, octopus arms, tapir penises, etc.) in order to make useful, if odd looking, limbs for humans. Some experiments, starting with dogs and cats that have suffered limb loss, have led to unexpected results.

  2. Severely overweight transgender ninjas on a mission to save the world from a horrible orange chicken shortage brought about by the ISIS attacks on Panda restaurants across the country. (Everybody knows ISIS hates orange chicken almost as much as they hate everything else and what better way to destroy America that fuck with its fast food chains.)

  3. I think I balance out nrlymrtl very well. I am like the idiot cousin who babbles incoherently while nrlymrtl watches the Discovery Channel and cures world hunger πŸ˜›

  4. H Casper

    A man is abducted and tortured for information that he actually knows nothing about but the thugs are taking none of that.

    Take care – H

    “Fear is not real. The only place that fear can exist is in our thoughts of the future. It is a product of thoughts you create, causing us to fear things that do not at present and may not ever exist. That is near insanity. Do not misunderstand me. Danger is very real. But fear is a choice.”

    Will Smith (After Earth)


  5. Reanna on Goodreads says: Ok so I saw a legit job listing on Craigslist the other day, some guy who lives on a farm around here (Oklahoma most likely somewhere remote) looking for a cute ranch hand to do every thing on the farm including some cooking and cleaning and his books too for a cool $350 a week. So let’s incorporate some sleazy, psycho farmer in this flash fiction. πŸ™‚

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