Flash in the Pan

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Everything was perfect; from the linens to the music to the punctuality of the meal.

The bride hardly noticed the groom’s paranoia. She wrote it off to wedding day jitters until he passed out during the toast.

When he woke up in the hospital, he was babbling about a body tied to the crystal chandelier.

Welcome to "Flash in the Pan"

Welcome to “Flash in the Pan”

This twisted little number comes in at 55 against the 100-word upper limit for the month of June. Today’s featured word isΒ crystal.

We are wrapping up this quarter. Just four short weeks to the deadline. How many flashes are you going to have inΒ Flashes from the Bistro? Have you been checking out the new entries? Click the picture to find out who is flashing now.

Happy Flashing!


What would you do if you saw a body tied to a chandelier? Was it a wedding present or a warning? Do you wish warnings of bad marriages were so obvious?

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  1. Holy Newlywed! This one is fabulous, and lots of fun. I really enjoy your more twisted flashes, Red. But of course, you know me, always dancing with the dark!

    xoxoxox
    Gail
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    • I knew what I was going to do with this one the moment I saw the word. I just had to wait to see where it came out of the hat for word count. Bwahahaha! xxx

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  2. Great submission Red. You know how much I appreciate twisted. πŸ˜‰
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  3. It’s an omen of a perfect marriage.
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  4. Body tied to chandelier? Oh just a regular thing at Italian affairs. We call them Sicilian pinatas.

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    • Hence, why my grandmother would never have batted an eyelash. πŸ˜‰

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  5. Cracking me up as always Red. I have to get in on this. You pieces are a great, as are your picks for he anthologies.
    -curtsy-
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    • Glad you like them, Chica! I would love to have you join the pack! xxx

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  6. I see that you are flashing everything at the moment with this wicked one, but don’t worry I like it a lot, shame that the groom missed out on the cutting of the cake, though I imagine he will soon be getting some, or is that the other way around? πŸ˜‰ lmao

    Andro xxxx

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  7. Great entry, Red!…as always.
    The ending brought to mind the movie “War of the Roses.”
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  8. Maybe it’s luck the groom missed out on the cake. He doesn’t need anymore sugar. What do you suppose he was on? Ha ha. Love your twisted endings. This one is another fabulous example.
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  9. This is simply twisted, you are simply twisted. I love this about you.
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  10. I imagine the marriage will make him feel like being tied πŸ˜‰

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