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MagnaPig, MagnaPig, Does Whatever a MagnaPig Does

by on March 19, 2015

Doyle, the consummate burglar, had thoroughly scoped the place. No alarms, no dogs. Just a mom and dad, a kid, her insect collection, her guinea pig. Easy.

He got as far as the yard. Then, something tiny and squeaky blurred in his peripheral vision.  

The police never did find out how all those wind chimes had been crammed into such a painful place.

But Quicksilver knew.

This story was written for the Grammar Ghoul Press Chimera 66 prompt. Credit for Quicksilver the Amazing Magnetic Guinea Pig goes to EagleAye and his own entry for the Chimera 66 prompt, “Never Leave Him Behind.” EagleAye suggested that Quicksilver might be a good pet for Gaseous Girl. I quite agree, and appreciate his permission to use the character. I expect we’ll be seeing more of Quicksilver. 😀

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6 Comments
  1. Haha! I love it! “Wind chimes up the ying yang” has a whole new meaning after this. Great way to run with Quicksilver/MagnaPig!

  2. Brilliant! OMG! So, I have to ask…what if the guy is flatulent?

  3. I love that you guys did this, this week! Excellent!!

  4. LOL! I love that you guys inspire each other like this. So awesome. And I guess Doyle will have to change profession, now that everyone will be able to hear him coming. 😉

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