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Mondays Finish the Story – Dance Fever – Rated PG13 – Humorous

Barbara brings us Mondays Finish the Story.  Use the beginning sentence and the picture prompt along with another 100-150 words to create your story.  Mine is below, the rest are > HERE < Enjoy!!!

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Dance Fever

By Scott L Vannatter – November 25, 2014 (150 Words)

“Dance as if no one is watching!” Stephanie yelled at George as they entered the disco hall. George tried to take in the multitude of people gyrating in motion. George wanted to run out, but he really wanted Stephanie to like him.

He stepped out on the floor with her and closed his eyes. His feet began to tap and he began to forget all those around him.

After a bit, George felt a hand on his waist, then her other hand crept just a bit lower on his backside. His mind was going wild. Stephanie was enjoying this, too! He looked forward to the rest of the evening.

When the set of songs finished and a slow dance began, George opened his eyes to try and dance with Stephanie to the romantic song. With a start he realized that the woman he was now with was not Stephanie, who he saw in tears leaving the building.

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Namaste,

Scott

Mondays Finish the Story – “A Room with a View” PG13 Humerous

Barbara brings us “Mondays Finish the Story.”  Photo prompt below and 1st line given is in bold.  My story follows, the rest > HERE < Enjoy!

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Mondays Finish the Story

By Scott L Vannatter – November 20, 2014 (136 words)

“When I rented the room, I did not think it would be this one!” Said Johnson Arondi, looking at the doorway to the outhouse he had, apparently paid for.  He looked somewhat disgusted.  He had answered an ad for a spacious room in a quiet, nature-view area where he could commute for his three college classes and the full-time job in the downtown factory.  Granted it was quiet and in a nature-view area.  The commute was less than 45 minutes, but spacious?

“It had better be real clean!” he muttered opening the door.  Inside was a clean staircase.  Intrigued he walked down about twelve feet and into a room the size of most apartments.  It was furnished and well-lit, sealed from sound, and clean to the point of obsession.

“I knew it would be great,” he thought lying on the couch and flipping the remote to the 60 inch screen.

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Namaste,

Scott

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