Kisses may be sweeter than wine, but hooch as sweet as honey? Read more about these two moonshine country cousins…
Friday Fictioneers – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.
This week it’s: whatever you want it to BEE!
Clem. Wake up.
Wuz up, cuz?
I think Grover’s stuff is here.
That new hooch he made?
Muss be, Clem. He said the stuff was sweet as honey.
Weeelll, who’d a-thought he’d have a bee deliver it in a funny-lookin’ Mason jar?
Woo-whee! I bet that has some sting to it!
Hee-haw. You made a funny, Clem. Didn’t you?
Yup. That bee looks like it’s from out-a space.
Weelll, if it is from out-a space, muss be some real mooooonnnn-shine!
Cuz, you made a funny, too.
Hee-haw. I shuuurrrr did.
If we’re this much funnin’ now, wait’ll we get some of that bee-tle juice in us.
Hoo-whee, we’re two funny guys.
strange tales from The Secret Life of Bees
Chapter 0ne: Making and Drinking Stingers
Chapter Two: Getting a Buzz On
Randy B. Mazie
Look out fur those two, Randy Bee Mazie!!
you bee so right.
City slicker me isn’t sure he knows what those guys are saying all they time, but they shore are colorful dudes!
I don’t know that these guys know what they is saying all the time either.
I know these guys!
Help Perry Block out then. He’s lost.
I’m afraid he might be too far gone for me to help 😉
This was so funny! Hee-Haw! Pass me that Mason Jar, Clem!! Hoo-wheeeeeee!!!!! I like Stingtioneers. We oughtta do it every week! 😀
C’mon Linda. Let’s get stee-rung out!
Now that was fun. 🙂 I think I heard my cousins in there!
Muss be a family sting. er, thing.
Oh man the puns are running rampant with this prompt. Fantastic. You had me in stitches the whole way. Truly funny stuff!
Thanks. Good thing I didn’t bumble it.
This one has me bee-ming. Shore to bee-t everything. Bee on mah way now. Bee seein’ ya.
Bee-atitudes to you, you bee-ootiful bee-tnick!
Beehave yourself beefore The Police arrive. (Remember their front man?)
Good one… Sting for those of you who may not know!
Randy, you had me at bee… I keep bees and now live in the deep south.
This was fun and so different from the rest of our entries.
Thanks for b-isiting and for your b-words. It’s a bee’s-world ultimately.
Welcome to the south. From a damn yankee, who’s lived here only 40 years. Randy
Oh Randy, you so punny!
Oh, Troy, I visited you one time.
Looks like the cousins would fit real well on another planet.
Do you know which one? Which one have you been to?
Great characterization fo these two – sounds like they’re a fun pair to write
They’re always popping up in my writing. Sometimes they have different names. But they’re always arguin’ or funnin’ about sumtin’.
Like the Two Crows From Tacos cartoon, American Style. I could see this being performed, actually. Good stuff!
For those of you who do not know the reference (and I didn’t although my wife did) here it is:
This is great. Taco loco! C ‘mere leetle grass hopper! Thanks. Randy
Clever title. Randy, with your mastery of the dialect, you’d fit right in here in Arkansas! Ron
Arkansas, huh? If I knew where it was, I might try to fit in.
What’s it like in Arkansas? Hey, wasn’t that the state that Bill was governor of?
Did he leave any available women left for the rest of y’all?
Them fellars sound like they a-ready BEEn in tha moonshine.
u bees so right… 😉