Welcome to the Fiction in 50 challenge for April. This month’s prompt is…
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Now I’m feeling a bit under the weather this time around, so I apologise if my submission is not up to its usual mediocre standard, but here we go…I have titled this piece
“He’s gone too far this time. I’m going to say something.”
“Why? It’ll all be water under the bridge by now.”
‘She’s trying to help and he humiliates her!”
He grabs the remote.
“It’s fine love. I’ve got a new rule for evenings in: no more bloody Jeremy Beadle repeats!”
For those lucky individuals who don’t get the pop culture reference of the 1980s and 1990s, you can get a small taste of the “comic genius” of Jeremy Beadle right here. I’d love to hear from my British friends – was Beadle really as universally enjoyed as his youtube fans suggest? I have a faint feeling of dread that bubbles up every time I hear that theme song….*shudder*
For those who like to be ultra-prepared, next month’s prompt is…
I look forward to reading your efforts, you crazy jokers!
Until next time,