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by on April 9, 2015


“Evan? Yeah, it’s Madeleine. Remember how the mutant squirrel torched your car? Actually…it wasn’t exactly….look, you left me stranded at the stupid dance and I was going through a really hard time and I didn’t need all the additional angst you put me through, and Lizzie?  Oh my god, Evan, she’s like a total-”

“Oh, skip it. How do you erase this?”


This story was written for the Chimera 66 challenge at Grammar Ghoul Press. It also references events in Mistletoe Can Be Deadly. Gaseous Girl and her Dante-like trip through hell will return shortly. 🙂


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  1. Kir Piccini permalink

    It sounds exactly like that sometimes…

    • I’ve never been a teenage girl in high school, but I hoped I captured the voice adequately. I think the italics helped. 🙂

      • Kir Piccini permalink

        It was just perfection! (coming from someone who was a teenage girl 😉 )

  2. Yep. You definitely captured the angst of a teenage girl who’s been spurned. Love the idea of a mutant squirrel too. 🙂

  3. Haha, this is funny! I’ve left some messages that I wanted to delete or un-leave 🙂

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