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To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before

by on January 20, 2014

I couldn’t decide how to fit this into Constance’s Story, so here’s a little space vignette instead for this week’s Trifecta prompt. I’ve watched a great many episodes of Star Trek. I’ve always wondered about this.

Star-cruiser Captain K’pid was confused. “Ah, chief engineer, where’s the restrooms?”

“Restrooms?” drawled the alien. “How quaint. We don’t need them, dah-ling.”

“What, we just go in a wormhole?”

“Dah-ling. How rude.”

“Oy.”

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14 Comments
  1. Lauren permalink

    I’ve wondered about vampires using the facilities, so I can understand this totally. Ha ha! A fellow writer in my critique group, and vampire enthusiast, assured me they do not need to use the bathroom either.

  2. I’m still laughing…

  3. I like star trek too, nice job.

    -Tye

  4. Hadn’t thought about that problem…ew 🙂

  5. Ha!ha!Funny but so real too :-)Loved this fun take

  6. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    Haha Oy
    I was having similar thoughts after watching Sandra Bullock in Gravity : )

  7. Short, sweet, lots of fun. Oy.

  8. Interesting take on the prompt! Nicely done.

  9. perfect title – thanks for the giggle

  10. Draug419 permalink

    haha too cute

  11. Some mysteries are best left unsolved. Love the drawling alien. 😀

  12. In hindsight, that title is totally hilarious. Thanks for the smile. 🙂

  13. Bahaha! I love it. Especially the title. Thanks for linking up.

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