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Mistaken Identity

August 27, 2014 67 comments

I can hardly believe it’s time for Friday Fictioneers once again, but it is! This is a 100-ish word writing challenge hosted by the lovely Rochelle, who is currently on her summer break, it seems. Therefore we have a re-run photo to write to. It’s not a re-run for me, though, as I’ve only been doing this for a year. A year and 4 days, in fact, so this is my FF anniversary!

The photo was contributed by Madison Woods, and nearly made me throw up when I saw it. I have no idea what it is, and I don’t think I want to either. Thanks, Madison 🙂 .

Click on Bracken, the little blue fellow, to see this week’s other contributions.


“Trust me, this stuff is fine! Hmm, tastes a bit rank.”

“It looks gross. How you know it’s good to eat?”

“It says so in the ‘Fruits of the World’ book. See? Ugh, it’s all crunchy.”

’Curved and yellow in colour, a good source of potassium. Peel before eating.’ Sounds like a banana. That’s not right. Look, there’s a page missing. It’s been ripped out.”

“Oh. I wonder what the description for this was?”

Gross, do not eat? I’ll Google it. Here it is. Oh.”

“I can’t feel my feet. Everything’s going dark.”

“If anything were to happen to you, could I have your Xbox?”

“Why do you ask?”

“No reason.”