Friday Fictioneers – So, I’m Sitting in Jersey, or Sandy II Redux

Friday Fictioneers – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.
This week it’s:

Copyright -Douglas M. MacIlroy

Copyright -Douglas M. MacIlroy


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

So, I’m Sitting in Jersey, or Sandy II Redux

So, I’m sitting in Jersey, laptop on a tool box and what’s left of Wilson plopped on a bucket, finishing “Castaway Redux: Life After Wilson”, abruptly interrupted by Hurricane Sandy.

My girlfriend, also Sandy, abruptly interrupts, yelling I stood her up once again, “stoopidly” staring at a “stoopid” ball, and not out with her having a ball, and I ain’t got any you-know-what “stoopid” men’s stuff down there and…

I yell back, Baby. I’ll make it up to you when I finish. I swear. No, please don’t hit me. Come on, baby, stop…

Here comes Sandy II – Redux

Randy Mazie

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46 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers – So, I’m Sitting in Jersey, or Sandy II Redux

  1. Nicely done, Randy. I must confess I didn’t get the reference to ‘Wilson’ – it’s probably a cultural thing, me being a Brit and all. His girlfriend sounds like a force to be reckoned with though! 🙂

    • Sofry to hear about the Brit part.

      Wilson is the soccer ball that helped keep Tom Hanks sane while he was marooned on an island in the movie Castaway, realeased in 2000.

      If you haven’t seen it, please rent it/ It is phenomenal and as usual Hanks is Oscar acting stuff.
      Randy

  2. Dear Randy,

    You never know what the tide will bring in. This week it brought in your story. Wilson was always a crappy plot tool on Castaway. I don’t care how well Tom hanks sold it. I’m out of chocolate.

    Aloha,

    Doug

    • I’ll send you a box (of chocolates) on the tide. It’s some of Wilson’s crap but what can you do when you’re in Jersey… and have a girlfriend named Sandy.

      BTW, her last name is Bottoms.

      Bottoms up,
      Randy

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