Friday Fictioneers – “Get Your Kicks…” Rated PG13 Humorous

Rochelle W. and Friday Fictioneers – the two go with each other well.  My contribution for the week follows the photo prompt.  For the others, click >HERE< and enjoy!

PHOTO PROMPT – © Copyright Jean L. Hays Reuse License assumed. Click pic for page

“Get Your Kicks…”

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 Words

Herbert was losing hope. He knew he had never had any “kicks,” so someone had taken them.

Now he had found where to look. Problem was he had been driving on this highway for several weeks without finding anything. The police were even beginning to know his car. Two had stopped him and when he had told them what he was looking for, they had said if he found them in their jurisdiction, they would put him away.

Now, he was suspicious that the police were involved in the theft of his “kicks.”

He was running out of gas money.

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Namaste,

Scott

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