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The Search

by on May 19, 2014

“Turn left here,” the voice intoned.

“Take five paces. Turn right.”

“You have triggered the wall spikes. Recalculating. Duck now.”

“Your destination is on the right.”

As Connecticut Smith retrieved the ancient idol, he reflected how much easier quests were with GPS.

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15 Comments
  1. Jennifer G. Knoblock permalink

    Oh, my goodness. Super clever and funny, with a perfectly paced punchline.

  2. lol GPS is my hero. I would still be lost in another part of the country right now if it wasn’t for Siri. This is clever, love it!

  3. M. L. Sexton permalink

    The advantage of modern day technology.

  4. Very cool. I loved the “recalculating.” Yay Connecticut.

  5. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    Connecticut Smith and the GPS. Way to go, Michael! Love this.

  6. Christine permalink

    *hahaha* I LOVE this idea! It would take some of the fun out of treasure hunting, sure – except when the GPS messes up the directions, which is bound to happen. Funny, funny post – thanks for gargleblasting!

  7. Love this…very creative and it conjures up a whole story 🙂

  8. Really enjoyed this, a lot.

  9. This made me smile.

  10. Lol I love this one!

  11. How cool!Enjoyed this 🙂

  12. I need this GPS. Siri just tries to kill me.

  13. This was clever and kind of funny!! Awesome!

  14. The next Indiana Jones movie needs you to write the update! Nice work.

  15. yes. very very clever:) gps does ruin the Quest, haha:)

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