Clark and Lois Reminisce: Fireday Super-Fictioneers

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!)

Copyright – Danny Bowman

Copyright – Danny Bowman

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?

Randy Mazie

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21 thoughts on “Clark and Lois Reminisce: Fireday Super-Fictioneers

  1. 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?

  2. 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.

    janet

  3. Dear Randy,
    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.
    Shalom,
    Rochelle

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