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A Minor Error

by on September 15, 2012

This story was written for this weekend’s Trifecta prompt, and follows on from last weekend. Enjoy!

“What? What? WHAT?” K’pid shrieked. “The second planet? Your memo specifically stated the third! You initialed it! In triplicate!” She was really quite upset. This was going to wreck her next performance evaluation.

  1. Ah, bureaucracy! Makes me wonder if we ended up on the wrong planet. That changes a few things.

  2. Short, but hilarious!

  3. Oops! Hey, that’s not *that* big an error, is it? These planets all look alike to me.

  4. Maybe next time she’ll get it right. You know what they say about three times is the charm.

  5. Selfbegotten permalink

    Way to invoke!

  6. Ooops. I hate it when that happens 🙂

  7. You used so many groups of 3s in this 33 word piece, I lost count. And how is she going to explain that third planet? Nice job!

    • She’ll have to explain it somehow, I expect. Maybe write her own memo. or just make the best of a bad situation. C’est la vie.

  8. I know how she feels!

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