Tag Archives: fiction
You look back on your childhood and remember all those times you got cash for teeth. Nostalgically you reminisce about the gap toothed smile, putting your teeth in a jar, making little tribal aboriginal necklaces out of your kid molars. … Continue reading
I Smell Leather, and Baskets, and That Guy’s Ketchup-stained Slipknot Shirt Almost Matches His Grease Ponytail. Yeah, I’m at a Flea Market.
I’m a really positive person. I only hate a couple things in this life. I hate crinkling potato chip bags. I hate Pea coats. I hate people who pop the collars on their pea coats. I hate the way people … Continue reading
There’s only one thing worse than having customers in your place of business. Lingerers. The lingerer. A soulless beast who picks things up and puts them on other shelves, a Golem long known to spend hours in front of a … Continue reading
What’s the most important thing that happens in the course of a day? A man throws himself in the street to save a child from death by vehicle. Nope. On his death bed a dying man for the first time … Continue reading
What is this juicy treasure upon the glaring white luminescence of my Facebook home page? A little red blip on my radar. Is it…could it be…a friend request? Wah-ching. Instant confidence boost. Click me! Click me! It bursts with enthusiasm, … Continue reading