Superman always shows up at a good fire sale?
Friday Fictioneers – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.
This week it’s: Lois Lane and Clarke Kent Reminisce (sort of superhuman humor – or you can’t dress in a phone booth!)
Clark and Lois Reminisce
Clark, look what I bought.
What is it?
A phone from an old booth.
Booth? How does it fit in a pocket, Lois?
People stood inside a booth and would actually telephone someone.
Hmm, I do have some vague recollection of using one a long time ago.
Clark, as a reporter you used these a lot to call in your stories to Perry White, our editor.
Oh yeah? Lois, do you smell smoke?
The building down the street is on fire. I can see it from the window.
>>> Swoosh <<<
Clark, I hear sirens… Now, where'd he go? Clark?
Superman has been really popular this week 🙂
I missed the other superman episodes so far. I’ll have to be on the lookout for them. Randy
How did that happen? 🙂 Does Superman just change where he stands these days or find a convenient alley? And if his memory’s failing, what else can’t we trust?
Superman spins so fast while he’s changing his clothes that nobody can really see him – only feel the draft. Shhheesshhh – I thought everyone knew that.
I was thinking about writing story whereby Clark (and obviously Superman) suffers from Alzheimer’s… but I couldn’t remember what I wanted to write. Randy
Okay so I thought his body was slowing down as well as his mind. 🙂 When you remember what you wanted to write I’m sure it’ll make a great story.
do i know you?
I don’t think so. 🙂 We’re on different continents aren’t we? Although that never stopped Superman.
This is the second Superman story I’ve read today. It livens things up.
I guess when it matters, he can remember. But I echo Sarah Ann’s question–where does he change these days? Heck, these days, who does he even change into??? (Maybe I don’t want you to answer that.)
Man, hope you’re having a super day.
Super-lative commenting, Janet, especially from someone who is beeing watched by the Eff Bee Eye.
As far as Superman changing… please reference my response to Sarah Ann.
Fun take. Lot of super heroes this week. Funny, I didn’t even connect Superman with the phone…duh.
So, after all this time Lois is still in the dark? Great Caesar’s Ghost! What a dense woman.
I loved your comments. I had forgotten that line, “Great Caesar’s Ghost!” Wow.
And Lois being a dense woman. Pretty funny. She certainly was, wasn’t she.
Great reference to the Man of Steel. Maybe he can shrink himself to the size of the residents of the City of Kandor and change in a modern cell phone?
Ha. That’s funny.
Great job. Loved your take on this–and nice touch to call us the Super Fictioneers!
Ha love this one.. superfun
Poor old Supe has been run off his feet this week!
This would certainly classify as a great example of being on different wavelengths! I loved watching Lois and Clark with Terri Hatcher and Dean Cain.
I love when Clark disappears on Lois when she’s looking the other way…
I sometimes do that in my own…