The Kookiness of Kids – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

“It was a dragon Mommy, breathing fire. Wherever he went, things started melting. The blades of the fan crumpled, the paint peeled away…”

“Are you quite finished, young man?”

“You don’t understand Mommy. I HAD to turn on the hose-pipe, and attack him with water.”

“Full marks for creativity Timothy, but you DID destroy the house in my absence. Two weeks detention.”

“Maybe it was a good thing,” Timothy thought to himself as he trudged back to his room,”that I didn’t tell Mommy about the eggs that the dragon had dropped in her bathtub when I hit it with water.”

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100 words.

Written as a part of the Friday Fictioneers challenge hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields (more details HERE). The objective is to write a short story of 100 words based on the photo prompt given above. This week’s photo has been contributed by Yarnspinnerr. To read many more stories based on this week’s prompt, visit HERE.

This is also my submission for the #AtoZChallenge and #BlogchatterA2Z. Today’s alphabet is K, which, in my story, stands for Kids, as well as Kookiness 🙂

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About anuragbakhshi

At the age of 40, I decided to exit the corporate world, and enter the world of stories as a full-time writer. Wish me luck!
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66 Responses to The Kookiness of Kids – #AtoZChallenge #BlogchatterA2Z

  1. Meena says:

    What a naughty child! She will find it eventually…. Then he better watch out

  2. Balaka says:

    Are the eggs still inside the bathtub?

  3. oneta hayes says:

    Fun story. I like conversation; it lends itself to short stories.

  4. Akshata Ram says:

    I wonder what will happen when Mommy steps into the bathtub

  5. plaridel says:

    he must be really a sweetheart to get away with it a punishment that can be considered like a slap on the wrist. 🙂

  6. Natasha says:

    Are the eggs going to hatch before Mommy arrives? Cuteness this one.

  7. Moon says:

    Hahahaha.
    Such a lovely story.
    Superb storytelling, Anurag.

  8. Sandra says:

    I hope those were imaginary eggs. Lovely tale.

  9. neilmacdon says:

    The dragon eggs were a masterly touch. A delicious imagining

  10. pennygadd51 says:

    Loved the eggs in the bath! Made me smile all over my face! And we still don’t know whether or not the dragon was imaginary…

  11. draliman says:

    Parents have a way of seeing through the most creative of excuses. Especially when there are dragons involved!

  12. Dale says:

    2 weeks detention? That’s all for destroying the house? Lordy, what will she do when she finds the egg?. Fun story, Anurag.

  13. I like it that she gave Timothy marks for creativity. Perhaps he’ll become an author someday.

  14. You captured the relationship perfectly!

  15. Timothy either has a vivid imagination or there’s more trouble brewing! Excellent.

    A-Z of My Friend Rosey!

  16. Oh no! Naughty child. That was fun to read. 🙂

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

  17. lisarey1990 says:

    A brilliant fun read.

  18. subroto says:

    Mom is in for an eggsiting time. Hope she gets the yolk. Fun story.

  19. k rawson says:

    Uh oh, I sense a cracking sequel to this story! Well done.

  20. I see more hell to pay!

  21. gahlearner says:

    I love this. Mum will be delighted when she finds the eggs, I’m sure.

  22. Dear Anurag,

    I’d say his mom has a sense of humor. But will she still think he’s creative when she finds the eggs in the bathtub? Perhaps they’ll hatch. 😉 Cute story.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  23. granonine says:

    Put me in mind of Calvin and Hobbes–creative child who drove his poor mom to distraction 🙂

  24. cute story.
    By any chance were they green eggs. And was there ham?
    Randy

  25. Meha Sharma says:

    Ooh! Wait till she sees the eggs!!

  26. Liz Young says:

    Obviously the house wasn’t totally destroyed!

  27. Oh dear, naughty child and there will be hell to pay when she sees the eggs

  28. James McEwan says:

    Engrossing fun read – no one ever listens to Timothy, until it is too late.

  29. Lynn Love says:

    Oh, dear – lots more trouble to come then. Lovely tale

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