Rodney Plesiosaur   17 comments

This post is written in response  to the Friday Fictioneers Challenge. My story follow the picture prompt. To view other stories just click on the blue frog at the end of this post.

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PHOTO PROMPT © Douglas M. MacIlroy

 

Come on kid and throw me the damn fish. Don’t look at your mother for approval just toss me the treat she put  in  your  hand. Herring, anchovies, flounder, salmon I don’t care. I spent the last few centuries at sea and it was slim pickings I can tell you. I work hard for my food. Even Plesiosaurs’s  can fall on bad times you know.

Ok! Ok! I’ll clap my flippers for you ok? I’m starving here kid so give me a break. I’m almost  a skeleton right now can’t  you see.

I tell ya, I get no respect.

Word Count = 99

 

 

 

 

 

 

17 responses to “Rodney Plesiosaur

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  1. Haha, love the voice!

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  2. Poor Rodney – he’s definitely fallen on hard times! I hope he gets his food soon. Great narrative voice. I could picture this really clearly. 🙂

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  3. Forget the anchovies, kid. It feels like a great day for a relaxing swim, doesn’t it? Jump on in, the water’s fine!

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  4. I like the voice – it suits him.

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  5. Poor Rodney, he really needs the food. That kid should get on with it. Funny story, great take on the prompt.

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  6. Oh .. I actually feel sorry for him.. feeding is needed.

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  7. Poor thing! I hope he gets fed.

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  8. He doesn’t even look like Rodney, although I’d pay to see Mr. Dangerfield clapping his paws for fish. Nicely done. 🙂 😉

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  9. Really funny – I could picture this.

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  10. This is very funny! I can just imagine some poor seal or sea lion waiting for their Food. Thanks for the late night chuckle.

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  11. Oh my gosh–I could hear him saying this! Too funny, Danny.

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  12. This made me smile, great response to the challenge, I love the voice you gave him.

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