Statue Of Limitations – Friday Fictioneers, Nov. 22/13

Friday Fictioneers is sponsored by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.  The idea is to write a 100 word story with a beginning, middle and end based on the photo prompt.

Photo copyright: Sean Fallon

Statue of Limitations

(100 words)

Throughout his life he had heard that he had it all.

Six pack.  Check.

Full head of hair.  Check.

Lean, muscular legs.  Check.

Generous, enticing “package”.  Check.

Alexa was rolled in beside him.

Her sculpted, firm breasts, exhilarating.

The folds of her togo, perfection.

Her almond-shaped, unblinking eyes, magnificent.

Typically brash, he declared:

“By God, you are a splendid creature, as am I.  We will make the most beautiful couple in history.”

She gasped.

“Say one more thing and my man, The Thinker, will surely come after you.  Having no arms, I’m quite certain you would be pulled apart!”


27 thoughts on “Statue Of Limitations – Friday Fictioneers, Nov. 22/13

  1. Love the play on words of your title. Filmed as “Daytime at the Museum” perhaps? 🙂 Good one. Reminds me of our trips to the museum when the girls were young. They always wanted to see the statues with no heads and wondered why the statues weren’t whole.


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