January 9, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a carried wife. Why is she being carried? Who is carrying? Pick a genre if you’d like and craft a memorable character. Go where the prompt leads!
While carrying his new wife over the threshold of the honeymoon suite, Doug’s eyes lit up at the size of the massive bed in front of him.
Those pillows were big enough to suffocate his new wife for cheating on him.
Landing on the bed, Sophie looked at her new husband and wondered how long it would be before the spiked drink she had made Doug consume, would knock him out cold so she could spend the night with Mike, Doug’s best friend.
Two floors below, Mike wondered which of the newlyweds would be joining him in bed tonight.
Written in response to the 99-word flash fiction challenge hosted by Charli Mills at the Carrot Ranch.
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91 thoughts on “Honeymoon #flashfiction”
Haha! Fantastic, quite a surprise 😀
Good to hear. I like my twists.
This is hilariously funny.
I’m glad you think so. It’s a situation that I’m sure must happen on a regular basis.
Not in real life, but in fiction, yes quite regularly. 😂
You’re right , Hugh, even in Kerala — its become common.