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After Hours

by on April 11, 2017

Sheila wrenched the door open. “All right, all right, I’m here! I-”

“Hi,” Jane said uncertainly. “I should’ve called first, but..um…”

A hulkish figure loomed up behind her. It was chortling. “A space party! You plan it! Thas’ a good one!”

Sheila blinked. “Is that…”

“Yup. That’s him.  The doctor created him right after he fired me.”

“Why…”

“He wants a girlfriend,” Jane said. “Thought you could help.”

“But why is he….”

Jane looked down. “I thought a road trip would be fun, okay? Get him used to human civilization. America. You know.”

“And?”

“Frankenstein can’t hold his liquor for beans.”

“I’ve peed on cars!” the creature boomed happily.

This story is part of the continuing adventures of Jane the Igor. Thanks for reading!

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5 Comments
  1. Now I know Frankie can lee. Lol never considered that.

  2. The more you flush this storyline out, the more I can see it on next season’s CW line-up.

  3. Laura permalink

    Jane is back! For how short it is, it packs in a complete story: we know all the characters’ fates and goals, and it’s hilarious. 🙂

  4. Hah! I’ve missed your stories. I need to read up on some back story. Good for you for getting that prompt in, and doing so as a loutish blurt. Too funny.

  5. No wonder it’s been so long since we heard from Jane; she’s been on a road trip! Although her new friend is starting to sound like “that guy” that everyone regrets taking on the trip. Funny stuff!

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