Friday Fictioneers – The Challenge – Humorous – Rated PG

Friday rolls around again and with it, Friday Fictioneers!  Hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, these 100 (or so) word snippets form complete stories to amuse (and abuse?) the reader.  After reading mine below, click >HERE< for the rest.  Enjoy!!!

Source: Copyright-John Nixon

The Challenge – 100 Words

“Ah, Banzi,” said the Kung-Fu Twisted Hand expert, “You need only get from this side of the tree grove to the other without touching the ground within the grove and you will have earned your next level.”

Dean stared at the immense grove of twisted and gnarly trees and tried to imagine such a task.
“Yes, Master.”

The Master then slipped a blindfold on the boy. “Now, you are truly ready.”

The boy took the blindfold off and sighed. “It cannot be done, Master.”

The Master smacked the boy’s head. “All you had to do was walk around the grove.”

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Namaste,

Scott

 

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