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Fighting

by on April 21, 2014

“Tell me something, old friend: why are you fighting?”

Gaseous Girl sighed. “You’re trying to detonate the Kaboominator?”

“Well, yes.”

“Also, we’re not friends. We’re nemeses, remember? Sworn to each other’s destruction, all that?”

“Just trying to be philosophical.”

“Philosophy this.”

*WHAM*.

This week’s response to the Gargleblaster challenge was to answer a question first posed by the late Gabriel García Márquez in his novel One Hundred Years of Solitude. I don’t know if he ever wrote superhero novels. But obviously he should have. 🙂

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12 Comments
  1. “Gaseous Girl” – hehehehehe. Very creative take on the prompt! Boom.

  2. The question is who WHAM-med whom? (My money is on Gaseous Girl.)

    😀

  3. Hehe… the nemesis had to see that coming 🙂

  4. I always love your takes on the prompts – so creative and funny!

  5. EditMoi permalink

    I love this!

  6. So much fun!

  7. Heehee. Thanks for the smile.

  8. Totally reasonable nemesis conversations are the BEST.

  9. Great job on this. Love the way you handled the prompt.

  10. Hah! Didn’t see that coming! *walks away rubbing the side of his head now sporting a lovely welt*

  11. Christine permalink

    *hahaha* Yet again, you cracked me up. I always look forward to your posts. 🙂 Thanks for this one!

  12. jenbrunett permalink

    This is great!

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