Friday, 24 September 2010

Facts are the enemy of truth.

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Don Quixote[5]
Don Quixote was flabbergibbeted

‘Pay!  Sirrah, thou with the countenance of bibulous water, stand out from yon metal horse. I swear by the fair Dulcinea, my hands shall beat thee respect.’

Sancho sighed to the taxi-driver, ‘Tis ever, a mistake to time voyage.’

The driver was just thankful, it wasn’t that Terminator again.



Random Word: A good chance

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  1. Oh that's great. It gave me a real laugh. Thank you!

  2. lol....thanks for the chuckle to go with my the terminator said...i'll be back...

    nice 55.

  3. LOL...gotta love this 55!!!

    "Pop...goes the weasel" is my link to my 55...just scroll down below the Halloween part. I do hope you can find time to visit with me! Have a super Friday, and a blessed weekend.

  4. Love how the Terminator gets cross- pollinated with Don Quixote via a taxi-driver! A fun, creative 55!

  5. Yonder lies the windmill of my Journey's End...
    The Moulin Rouge!!
    Ya gotta watch those Time Portals!
    Excellent 55 My friend...
    You Rock Brother..
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

  6. You are not tipping at windmills with this 55. You are spot on funny.

  7. LOL.
    Just imagine if he'd had to share a ride WITH the terminator.

    One of them might not have survived the journey. :)

    Thanks for doing Friday 55! :)

    Mine's been posted here since last night, but it's taken me this long to visit and leave comments. Sorry about that.

  8. This was good for an early morning chuckle!

  9. You win for most creative! :)

    And I cheat...I no longer read them, just let you read to me. What a treat!


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This blog was inspired by First 50 words where you freewrite from a single word prompt. I use random words or images to create flash fiction in formats ranging from twitter postcards to short short stories.