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Allergic Reaction

by on September 7, 2014

Stacey began tentatively. Despite Melinda Raxenpaxerflirk’s gurgling assurances, she wasn’t sure alien cookies were entirely safe. As she went on, however, she found with increasing delight that they were super tasty. She hardly minded now that she had popped a third eye.

 

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31 Comments
  1. Tee hee. That popped third eye is hilarious πŸ™‚

  2. Jen permalink

    yay! the story continues!! love it!

  3. Delightful piece! Really enjoyed this :))

  4. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    Love ‘super tasty’! And of course the third eye : ) Very funny.
    Raxenpaxerflirk sounds like what Dick Dastardly’s dog Muttley grumbles.

    • Is he one of those Wacky Racer types? I have a comic of that, but I don’t think I’ve seen the show. πŸ™‚

      • KymmInBarcelona permalink

        omg am I that old? youtube it, they’re there.

  5. πŸ™‚ well now if that popped third eye doesn’t leave a lasting image…

    • I meant “popped” as in “suddenly she has a third eye where she didn’t before”, not popped as in “she had one already but now she doesn’t because it went pop like a zit”. Just to clarify, if that was unclear. πŸ™‚

      • it was clear to me and it’s how i read it though now with the zit popping explanation i’m getting an even more lasting image. πŸ˜‰

  6. A third eye would certainly be useful for keeping an eye on recalcitrant children!

  7. Kir Piccini permalink

    Cookies (good cookies) are worth every calorie and third eye πŸ˜‰
    Nice write.

    • I prefer oatmeal raisin myself. I would gladly get a third eye for a good oatmeal raisin cookie.

  8. HA! I agree with Kir. Delicious cookies are worth the calories and the third eye. Fun write! Loved it! β™₯

    • I sense a definite consensus forming around the cookie-third eye tradeoff. πŸ™‚

  9. Funny! I love your dry humor.

  10. Where was the eye exactly? Inquiring minds want to know.
    Too much fun!

    • A very good question. I had pictured between the first and second eyes, but then, I suppose one could position a third eye anywhere….. eek.

  11. hahaha..great imagination of the third eye..wow and eeks! πŸ™‚

  12. I tried to comment yesterday but it wouldn’t let me! Raxenpaxerflirk makes me smile. This was so fun, although I’m not craving any of those cookies.

    • I think there may have been some comment glitches; there were a couple times when I attempted to leave a reply comment and it popped up with an error message. C’est la vie….

  13. Uh oh. I hope space has its own version of an epi-pen!

    • I would think they do, but then, you never know. Maybe they just bounce you through a transporter a few times until you’re okay.

  14. Christine permalink

    *hahaha* “Can I eat this?” “Well, you *can.* Maybe the question should have been, “*Should* I eat this?” πŸ™‚ Fun little story, Michael, thanks for linking up!

    • A whole lot of things turn on the difference between “can” and “should”, I think. πŸ™‚

  15. He he, popped third eye! Great take, Michael.

  16. That really is a bad allergy to have.

  17. Nice! πŸ™‚

  18. Alien’s allergies, Love it! What a magnificent imagination you have.

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