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And She’s Gone

by on March 27, 2015

“What’ve we got?”

“Sir, two suspects, one female, one male, standard smash and grab. Took diamonds, nothing else.”

“Powers?”

“Cashier said the woman had funny eyes. Like the song-”

“Kaleidoscope, yeah. And?”

“Fired light-blasts. Took out two cameras and a wall.”

“Sounds like Lucy Laser-eyes. It’s her style. What about the guy?”

“No ID yet.”

“Right. So … it’s Lucy and this guy, with diamonds.”

“Yes, sir.”

This post was written for the Chimera 66 challenge by Grammar Ghoul Press. Superhero fic never gets old. 🙂

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8 Comments
  1. Jen permalink

    Ha!!!!!

  2. HAHAHA!! Brilliant! I think The Beatles would definitely approve.

  3. malovell024 permalink

    hahaha I love the play with words here! Just spectacular!

  4. LOL! I’m still laughing as I type this. That was awesome. 😀

  5. Michael, do I have your permission to post this on my Facebook page?

  6. Haha, this is too funny!

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