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Birds Can Be Useful

by on May 4, 2014

“Hey!” Rosalind cried. “That’s my parking space!”

Reginald smirked. “Yeah? Whatcha gonna do about it?”

Rosalind had wondered if she’d ever get the chance to weave the spell.

“Hey. That hawk wasn’t here before.”

“Brilliantly observed. Spikey? Kill.”

She got her space.

 

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13 Comments
  1. Heh I like it. Spikey is a great hawk name. And I love her “Brilliantly observed” line.

  2. Good one! I love your take on the prompt.

  3. Take that you parking space stealer! lol Clever, this was cute!

  4. Oh, I want one of those! (Parking in Phoenix can be a “killer”.) I know… horrible, horrible pun. I won’t blame you if you leave this comment in moderation…

  5. Kir Piccini permalink

    oh another woman you should never mess with…the ones with the magic inside. 😉

  6. M. L. Sexton permalink

    Well…damn…that’s literally all I can say! Hahaha

  7. oh yes – brilliant

  8. Ha!Ha! What a way to get a space.

  9. Shailaja /Doting Mom permalink

    I am so glad this was not a real situation 😉 Ouch, and all for a parking space! Brilliant.

    Shailaja’s post

  10. Now that is road rage, lol.

  11. I sometimes think that having minions, especially those you can just conjure up at will, would be one of the greatest things ever…

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