Friday Fictioneers – “Bah” – Rated PG13 Humorous

Well, Christmas is here and I am sick with the flu.  While I recuperated, I thought I would create my weekly entry for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers, 100 words (more or less) based on the photo prompt (below).  My contribution follows the prompt; the rest are >HERE<.  Enjoy!!!

Source: PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright -Björn Rudberg License for reuse assumed. Click pic for page.

“Bah”

By Scott L Vannatter (100 words)

Gifford walked quickly up the grassy steps. He had heard it; now, he wanted to see it. He slowed near the top and peeked. Yes, there it was in the distance. Magnificent specimen.

He approached slowly and quietly. He took a pic with his phone and took notes. It was about 3 feet long, green with photoluminescent pods creating a light red on its underbelly. The noise sounded like electrical lines out in the country. He was fascinated.

The creature turned and saw him. The noise grew and it shuffled toward him. He ran. It was the dreaded Christmas humbug.

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Namaste (and Merry Christmas),

Scott

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