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Re-Gifted Misinformation

- Santa uses flying caribou, not reindeer. It’s true. Reindeer and caribou are the same species and essentially the same animal. However, and we’ve all seen the pictures and movies, the jolly fella’s...

By: Ping | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 17 Dec 2018

All about the nice VA lady and a new iPhone

- How’s by you, Grady Lee? Funniest thing happened yesterday. This nice lady from the Veterans Administration stopped by and said what I really needed, I mean with my having gone from hard of seeing t...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 04 Aug 2018

The Garbage Man Returns, But Things Have Changed...

- After my stay at the Salem State Sanitarium, Planetarium, and Hair Care Centre, I returned to a hazy Rump’s Bar - the scene of the infamous crime - and things had changed. Now sporting the stylish r...

By: Ping | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 03 Feb 2018

The True Story of Rapunzel

- The witch never knew what trouble teenagers could be until Rapunzel turned fifteen. The girl whined constantly about boredom. She complained at every turn about her milk, bread, and honey diet, thoug...

By: Ava | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 23 Jul 2017

The Info-mercial From Hell?

- xxx Oh, the horror, the horror. Did I really watch this on late-late-night TV or is it just the memory of a  soul-shattering, mind-altering nightmare from the lowest level of hell? If you have the ...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 22 Jun 2017

Just A Little Tickle

- My Uncle Dave was an electrician by trade much like his father, my Grandpa Vernon. He retired from the power company and became a private electrician. One night we were in town for a visit to Grandma...

By: Vern_Fawcett | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 10 Jan 2017

A Summer Dogs Day

- Man it’s hot today! One of those fry an egg on the side walk August killers. No breeze either. Look that dead dog is still there in the ditch. Boy, is it bloated up now! It’s been five days. Surprise...

By: Vern_Fawcett | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 15 Dec 2016

Yes Son, That Was An Elk.

- Yes, son. That was an Elk. Hunting season was always a big deal. We took hunters from all over, and these guided hunts were pretty much off-limits to youngsters wanting to tag-along. However, kind of...

By: Vern_Fawcett | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 09 Dec 2016

Hair Brushes and Tractor Batteries

- As a young man I was a night owl/late sleeper. Getting me up for chores and school was often difficult. One morning Mom had given up and sent Dad up to “Get him up NOW!" I slept in the top bunk of our...

By: Vern_Fawcett | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 05 Nov 2016

Granddad finds a spark

- Granddad Art and Dad were the only mechanics we could afford so anything that broke, they fixed. Our farm machinery was all second hand and mostly old so there was no lack of work. The Ford tractors w...

By: Vern_Fawcett | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 02 Oct 2016

On Her Own

- "This tour guide doesn't know what he's talking about. You don't need to go all the way to the student union for lunch — the coffee shop at the library is better, faster and cheaper than the cafeteri...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 16 Sep 2016

The Old Codger’s Canine Complaint

- Now, I'm not complaining, you understand, but these foreign dogs I’m living with are crazy. I call those house-hounds 'foreign' because one is part German Shepard, another is a mix of French poodle an...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 08 Jul 2016

Hard Boiled and Bitchy

- It was as windy as if Hurricane Isaac was blowing through town. I was on a stake out waiting for my FTA (failure to appear) not only was he late getting home from work. He was late in every sense of t...

By: writerchick | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 0| Added: 21 May 2016

Lord Bodrum and the Dagger

- As Lord Bodrum drew his dying breath, he reflected on it all: on his miraculous beginnings and privileged childhood, on his undeserved fall from grace in the court jester scandal and subsequent rise ...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 30 Jun 2015

The Virtue of Patience

- Oh come on! It’s a school zone when the lights are flashing or children are present, like the sign RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU says. No lights, no kids—you don’t have to go twenty miles an hour NOW, you idi...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 14 Mar 2015

Boom Boom Airlines

- Welcome aboard Boom Boom Airlines, today we will be flying to Cleveland, Ohio non-stop. Before we begin our safety instructions, I would like to play you a message from one of our sponsors of this fl...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 16 Dec 2014

A Close Encounter

- Driving through the rolling prairie of Wyoming was boring. The children sat at the table reading books. My wife sat in the other captain's chair, as I drove. Our destination was Devils Tower National...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 16 Nov 2014

Smokey's Thanksgiving

- The house was quiet. The children slept, while their mother and I labored in the kitchen. It was Thanksgiving Day and we worked to prepare our dinner. The turkey sat in the sink where cold water ran ...

By: frogprince | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 15 Nov 2014

Gauges

- ------------------------------------- This work, within its first few lines, contains language or other material which some readers may find offensive. In consideration, Stories Space has hidden the...

By: DeadHeadJim420 | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 07 Mar 2014

Cabin Fever Suburban Style

- Ginny was irritated. Another day of single digit temperatures. She had the worst case of cabin fever ever - even if her "cabin" was a perfectly respectable $300,000 home in a lovely suburb in Madiso...

By: Calindra | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 05 Mar 2014

Trumpin' Mac's Stash...

-   « Oh My! The Phenom of Facebook, George Takei This blogging business has made me a lot more aware of certain things, such as the fact that the music industry is, collectively, a big schoolyard b...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 09 Aug 2013

Dear Richardson...

- Dear Richardson, Has been a bit since my last write, of sweet and kindness is you. I cannot even begin to thank you (picture me giving you an eye roll as I write this) for sending that musical card t...

By: ToeTagJaneDoe | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 02 Aug 2013

Parents Participation Training

- "Welcome to parents participation training.” The debonair young man holding the microphone had a big, toothy grin. "Many of you will be first-time parent participants in this area's various summer ...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4.9| Added: 01 Aug 2013

A Word Geek Visits the Doctor

- It's a dire diagnosis for our intrepid heroine... "We don't see you in here often, Maggie. What seems to be the trouble today?" "Well, doctor, its this darn apostrophe, thats how it started b...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 12 Feb 2013

Christy's Struggle

- Christy Sparks struggled against the urge to laugh, but knew she was losing. As Brother Silas, the venerable choir director, led the assembled multitude gathered inside the Faith of Our Fathers sanct...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 12 Jan 2013

The Spelling Bee

- Some words that don't exist, really ought to.   "The word is 'peppier,' pronounced 'pep-ee-ay'," announced the spelling bee moderator. "Definition, please," replied the entrant, launchin...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 11 Nov 2012

My Almost Intimate Massage

- « Did the Waitress Just Wink at Me? Today, dear readers, the exploration of my sexual identity continues. As you loyal bloggies — if people who write blogs are bloggers, those who read them mus...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 4.6| Added: 17 Oct 2012

The Power of Invisibility

- You wouldn’t pay any attention to her because she was one of the unattractive invisible. But that was exactly her thing. A woman of the common masses. She didn’t party, didn’t go to church, didn’t r...

By: Roarke | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 08 Feb 2011

Sage Advice

- The tropical island's wharf suddenly jumped to life as the long strides of the seasoned pilot sounded on it's sodden planks. A young port officer hesitantly approached the advancing aviator. "I've go...

By: Roarke | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 3.3| Added: 07 Feb 2011

Just Punishment

- “This is insanely bogus. Craziness. I’m NOT giving them my cell phone; they can pry it out of my cold dead hands.”  Wilson knew this was coming, Brittany had not listened, nor heeded any of his sugges...

By: Roarke | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 06 Feb 2011