Fiction, Story-telling, Writing Prompts

The Vacation #FridayFotoFiction

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Both the girls were tasting freedom for the first time in years. The once-fiery teenagers turned workaholic corporate achievers had finally ventured upon the adventurous European vacation they had planned with each other and cancelled many times in the past.

Seated in a swarming watering hole, as they guzzled down one beer after another, soon all caution was thrown out the window and they openly started ogling at the sexy foreigner sitting next to them.

He blissfully basked in all the attention, showed them his peculiar rings and even offered them a ride when it was time to leave. Reckoning they were too tipsy to hail a cab, they agreed.

They soon reached a deserted road, somehow, and he suddenly pulled the brakes. “Get down!” he ordered. Uncertain and baffled, they followed. “My energies like young girls. They’ll be happy today.” were the last words they heard.

Linking this with Mayuri and Tina for #FridayFotoFiction

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20 Comments

  1. That was pretty quirky and mysterious! Loved your take on the prompt, Varsha!
    – Anagha From Team MocktailMommies

    1. Thank you so much, Anagha. 🙂

  2. so when are you starting to write a full book of fiction filled with thrill and suspense….. Varsha…..

    1. Haha, I take that as a compliment. 🙂

      1. it is a compliment Madam…….

        1. Thank you! Someday, if God’s will may be I will have a book of my own

          1. “All the miracles on this planet were by Man…. because God was busy elsewhere” …. The will has to be ours….. God will always help……

          2. True.

  3. Ok – I didn’t get it. Maybe I’m tipsy right now! 😐

    1. Haha, its ok. They got conned and had to pay with their lives. That’s the whole gist of it. 😉

      1. Oh like that, ah!? 😀

        1. 😉 😛

  4. I hope they were safe at the end! Thanks for linking up with #FridayFotoFiction.

    1. No, sadly they weren’t. Liked this prompt. #FridayFotoFiction

  5. I love this, Varsha! Very Stephen King like! Brilliant!
    Thank you for writing for #FridayFotoFiction

    1. Thank you so much, Mayuri. 🙂

  6. Crisp and short story. Interesting reading.

  7. Scary ending!!! That’s why Mumma told me not to talk to strangers 😉

    1. Moms always give sensible advice. We ignore them in our rebellion. 😉

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