Stories tagged “random”

  • Precision

    My hair began to move in response to the particle emissions, dancing the electric dance I’d lived for my whole life. Children screaming with dogs that guided them through mazes of poison chocolate while telling stories of the wolves they used to ...

    • Author: moleboy
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • Hand

    I hefted my axe for a minute, its weight sure and confident. The chrome-concrete barrier would not hold against the horde. My job was slowly killing me. Hooked into the distributed processing system with four dozen others, my mental resources collected...

    • Author: moleboy
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • A Swing Lesson Tab

    “Swing Dance Lessons!” The poster rather amused me when I saw it; one of the last things you would expect to see on a café bullitin board was an ad for swing lessons. Then again, considering the eclectic nature of said establishment, it sh...

  • Souls of Rainbows

    I don’t believe that everything happens for a reason. I don’t believe in fate, I don’t believe in destiny. I don’t believe that things are planned out in advance, and I don’t believe that we’re in control of anything...

    • Author: wytherwings
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The greatest decision everr

    “It’s spiked. And you don’t look like the type of girl who can handle being drunk… No definitely not. Maybe some water?” Excuse me! What gave this random boy the right to baby me? I grabbed a cup of the punch. I downed it ...

    • Author: George
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Writer's Start Over

    Maturity is subjective Not necessarily expected But its always accepted Most of the time respected No good to let yourself be baited To feel under appreciated Because sometimes you feel hated That type of thinking is outdated The best thing to do Is to...

    • Author: Lone Writer
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • I'm Still Not Convinced This Isn't a Dream

    “It’s sort of confusing, though,” Gweneth continued, “because it is supposed to carry three people over. A crowd was around me when I performed the spell, so I don’t really know who came with me.” “Three people...

  • Just Another Chance Encounter

    It was the last thing you’d expect to see in a swimming pool. In fact, it was the last thing you’d expect to see anywhere in the known universe. The fact that it happened in Billy’s swimming pool was just one of those fascinatingly mi...

  • random thoughts

    “How come?” “Do you really want me to explain?” “I always like a second opinion.” “Tell you what – you could start by having a first opinion.”

    • Author: Chef Janvier
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • A day in the life of TSS's shower head.

    I probably picked one of the most obscure and random objects in the house. And for good reason. Shower head’s have it tough. And i will show how: “Wake up you good for nothing fire hydrant! our 9 o’clocks here!” The facet calle...

  • A day in the life of TSS's shower head. (pt. 2)

    TSS stepped into the shower. He grabbed facet who complained as always. “Get this meat puppet’s hands off of me! spout!” he yelled. I dripped which was the equivalent to a laugh for my kind. I slowly let the water pass through me. Sho...

  • Rule the World With Coffee

    “Rogers, how many times must I tell you?” “Apparently several, sir.” “Very well Rogers, let’s go through this again. Remember the South Americans that snuck over the border last week? Well, they had in tow a new spec...

  • Who Can tell?

    “The sky is large on large days and small on small days.” “Wha…??” “Let me explain: my perception of reality makes the sky bigger on big days, and smaller on small days. It’s like green, it gets darker on green days an...

  • A Pointless Application

    Eternally swimming but not going anywhere. There is no current, no water, even she doesn’t exist, but in a weird way she does. Just like us, in our momentariness. If something exists for a limited time, it doesn’t exist at all. But relentle...

    • Author: Lancet
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Pants of Destiny

    “Dude I’m telling you its the pants.” said Andrew “No. Way. It’s you.” Tim replied “Watch this.” Andrew ran down the hall did a spin and fell down. Three attractive girls immediately came to help him. ...

  • Unforgettable

    On the anniversary of Her death, you lay on the lush knoll staring up at the sky – Your sky. You see lucid greens, surrounding you like the rocking waves of vast oceans; you observe majestic golds shimmering with the bond you share together; and ...

  • When the clock struck four.... Part 1

    As I walked in the field of aptly named daisies, I noted the new coat of paint on the river. How odd, I thought, as the river should not get a new coat of paint, being a liquid. It was then that I noticed the smell of rotting flesh coming from the dire...

    • Author: The Athiest
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Gus

    I slumped over my kitchen table; raising my head, my eyes first fell on the fishbowl in the middle of the table housing the average-looking goldfish I bought on a whim a few months back. My cousins insisted on calling it Gus, so naturally I also called...

  • Questionable Sanity

    “That is an inordinate amount of pickles,” Parker declared, carefully inspecting the massive jar of fermented cucumbers crouching on the table. He studied it intently, tilting his head occasionally as if appreciating fine art, making slow c...

  • Nighttime Nicks

    He grabs the next woman he sees and shoves her into the alley. Holding her by the throat against the wall, he rips her shirt open. Looking with indifference at her mountainous breasts, he pulls a knife from his jacket pocket. Soon her chest is stained ...

    • Author: Horrorfan13
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • the haven

    Mac’s Tavern was a has-been. Or, it was from any outside standpoint. It was a cellar at most. A dark, dusty sanctuary of curated oddities, cracks in the walls, and darts rusted straight through the bulls-eye. At some point in its career, it had b...

  • Thoughts on Life

    “The eyes are the window to the soul, so they say. That’s why I keep mine shut so much. I’m not resting. I’m keeping my soul from getting drafty. Also, people whose souls live in houses with large windows, like that woman over t...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Humboppetyboop

    Diggetyfloo wanted to squelch out Humboppetyboop, the fiendish Under-Lord of North-East Earth, for the sake of all Clankind. So he took a taxi, then a connecting flight to Hundread States to find the fiendish Under-Lord. On his journey he came across ...

    • Author: J. A. Keane
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Thieves (ficly challenge)

    Once upon a thyme leaf, in a pizza place 3 blocks from a house that isn’t mine, a man named Luigi made a pizza. Aliens lost control of their flux capacitor because they were out of bologna. They crash-landed in a field of pineapples. Gathering th...

  • Thieves (2)

    I wasn’t awake, otherwise I would have used my milk-dud powered little sister to scare them away, hence allowing me to keep the precious bunny slippers. As it is, they managed to steal them. I’ve sent them threatening messages to bring them...