Friday Fictioneers – Feb 8, 2013 – Night Flight – Genre: Dark Humor

Friday Fictioneers – Feb 8, 2013 – Night Flight – Genre: Dark Humor

Night Flight

He watched as yellow went to turn red, the ball dropping toward the horizon.  He could still feel the fever; the tingle that said too early to get on the plane.

“Montreal?” the tanned blonde looked over her stylish frames appraising him for future needs.  He grinned over his Ray Bans.

“No, getting off while still stateside.”

“Too bad,” she pouted a bit.

“The ‘Mile High’ club isn’t out of the question,” he felt the pull.

Her eyes brightened.  “Bloody good!” she exclaimed.

You have no idea, he thought to himself.  All kinds of hungers could be taken care of.

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