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Partying Partying Yeah

by on September 28, 2014

Jenny wanted a Norse theme party. Timothy, madly infatuated, gave her one. He arranged for Valkyrie dancers. The thunder god himself flew in via spaceship and wormhole, at great expense. Jenny was thrilled. Timothy’s parents, when they learned, were outraged. “How much?”


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  1. I don’t want to be in Timothy’s shoes right now; )

  2. Infatuation can certainly lead to trouble :))

  3. Yikes! We do crazy things when blinded by the first tugs of love.

  4. Christine permalink

    *hahaha* Love this take on the question! 🙂

  5. Common sense sure goes out the window when infatuation is afoot. Nice writing!

  6. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    Hahaha. When I read the prompt, I kept thinking about American Gods and Wednesday : )
    Very nicely done, btw!

    • I need to read that book, I really do. I’ve heard great things about Neil Gaiman.

  7. I love the mythological references. Very nice. I’m sure Thor is quite busy, so I can imagine his appearance would be quite pricey 🙂 I hadn’t heard of American Gods before Kymm mentioned it, but now that I have, I think I’ll have to read it, too.

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