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The Exercist

by on December 28, 2012

The Trifecta prompt for this weekend was to write 33 words that exorcise a demon, either one of our own or one from our imagination. I think my imagination got its wires crossed along the way. Ah well. Enjoy!

Toadsprocket generally liked being a senior tempter, but he just hated this part. With a scowl the demon leveled his pitchfork at Hell’s new recruits. โ€œRight, you lot! Fifty million jumpinโ€™ jacks! Move!โ€

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18 Comments
  1. Brilliant!

  2. How funny.

  3. I don’t know…I don’t think I’d mind giving the orders, but I’d despise actually doing the jumping jacks!

    • I would too. I never was much for the aerobics. A nice long walk is as much as I’ll cop to. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Well I do like being in charge. LOL.

    this was ….inspired!

    wow. !!

  5. Boot camp from hell! Literally lol! Nice one.

  6. lol I love this!

  7. You paint a vivid picture! ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. Made me giggle -very refreshing,loved it!:-)

  9. snicker . . . I think I KNOW that exercist ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. trifectawriting permalink

    Haha! Clever take on the prompt!

  11. Ah… in the fine tradition of The Screwtape Letters. A fun take on the prompt.

    • The Screwtape Letters is one of my favorite works! There’s a radio dramatization of it done by Focus on the Family, with Andy Serkis voicing Screwtape, that’s just brilliant.

    • I loved the Screwtape allusion, as well!

  12. Man, as long as I wasn’t the person actually doing all those jumping jacks I’d be happy. hehehe Good work with the prompt! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  13. Ha! Very amusing take on this prompt!

  14. Hilarious!

  15. Ha! Love it! Happy New Year!

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