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Elena

by on April 2, 2015

The doctor’s experiments were legendary. Wally the Wildebeest, for instance, spliced with human DNA, now lectured in biology at the university. The doctor’s proudest creation, however, was Elena, the Mutant Ant. Then, one night, Elena broke out of the lab.

Elena wrote him later from South America. She had married, and was very happy. The doctor sighed. He had not expected to see an ant elope.

I wrote this for Grammar Ghoul Press and the Chimera 66 writing challenge. Couldn’t resist the pun, since puns seem to be a theme this week. 😀

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7 Comments
  1. I can’t resist this… Ba-dum-psh.

  2. How droll! Nicely done!

  3. Hee! Very clever!

  4. Oh, the wordplay this week is off the charts! I love it!

  5. You guys are killing me! This is hilarious! 🙂

  6. *groan* but I did laugh anyway… quite clever 🙂

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