Tag Archives: Funny

Sharks in the Water

“Aaaah, I so needed this,” Nancy said lazily, as she adjusted her posture to get more horizontal. Her husband Brad just sighed in agreement. He was already lying almost straight on his back, and did not wish to waste any … Continue reading

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The Sanctuary

Photo prompt courtesy J Hardy Carroll My Ma always used to tell me- When you’re being chased by evil, take sanctuary in the Church. Today, the time had finally come to test her advice. He was chasing me with a … Continue reading

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Neighbour’s Envy

I look wistfully at the neighbour’s farm. It appears like just a fence separates our lands, but I know the difference is not just cosmetic. If our place is earth, theirs is heaven. I stare intently across the fence, and … Continue reading

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As the Saying Goes

The Grass House was Frederick Lipstein’s labour of love, marking his retirement after five successful decades as an artist, an iconoclast (as he called himself) or a mad genius (as everyone else called him). As Frederick was quoted in the … Continue reading

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The Perils of Cycling

Cycling long distances, especially on rough, hilly terrains can be a perilous exercise indeed, as Jean Pierre was discovering to his chagrin. Photo Credit: C.E. Ayr The first major challenge, of course, is the call of nature, and when and … Continue reading

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The Art of the Deal

“Daddy, I did something nice today,” my daughter chirped. “What, baby?” I asked. She squealed, “I ex..ex..exchained my old phone for a new doll.” “Very good baby,” I stuttered, as my face went ashen. Hiding the pink panther in her … Continue reading

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The Sleepy Little Town

He woke up to the view of a glorious morning, sun shining bright and cheerful, with no clouds around to spoil its mood. It was going to be a spectacular day, he just knew it in his bones. But as … Continue reading

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