After hearing the word mispronounced, with the emphasis on the wrong syllable, she had an idea of what to do with the wretched people who would not allow her solace. Fanatic – indeed they were. They camped out in her driveway, followed her everywhere but, one by one, they became smaller in numbers. Her “fan-attic”, mind you, was becoming rather full. She hoped the smell would dissipate.
66 Word Micro-Fiction written for the Chimera Challenge at Grammar Ghoul Press. This week’s challenge is to write a piece using the word ‘Fanatic’ – noun – a person with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm or zeal. (image credit)
wowza! 🙂 Love it
Thank you! 🙂
Love the twists and the dark fan-attic wordplay. Good one!
Thanks very much. 🙂
I could use a new attic fan.
Wait. Did I miss the point of this story? 😉
I’m sure a new attic fan would help her a great deal. 😉
Thank you so much.
Enjoy the wordplay in this one, and the story itself is awesome! Great job!
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LOL! You have a real way with darkness and humour. This is brilliant. 🙂
🙂 Thank you so much.