Flash in the Pan

He pulled himself up off the floor and clutched his temples with a low moan.

His eyes adjusted quickly to the low light, and he recognized this as the pool room. He wondered how long he had been out until his head throbbed its objection to conscious use.

He grabbed the bumper and pulled himself unsteadily to his feet. His keys were on the table with a note thanking him for a good time. Counting the signatures made his head hurt more.

Slinking into the back parking lot, he prayed no one would see him clad only in a tablecloth.

Welcome to "Flash in the Pan"

Welcome to “Flash in the Pan”

Another one on the money for the 100-word upper limit for the month of June. Today’s featured word is tablecloth.

We are almost to the end; only one more word and one more week to go! Be sure your entries are all accounted for before the deadline.

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If you already have entries, please visit the Flash in the Pan page and be sure all of your links are there.

Happy Flashing!

What did he do? Who signed the note? Is he a pro at this? What would you have done?

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