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Heads or Tails

“Flip you for it,” he challenged.

“You’re on,” she assented.

“Heads,” he said.

“I’ll go tails.”

He did a twisting somersault-and-a-half, landing on his head.

She scoffed and triple-flipped backwards, coming to rest on her strong, poofy tail.

“You win,” he said. “Nice tail! Grow it yourself?”

“Nope. Plastic surgery.”

Not Patronized by the Over-Surgerized

“It’s barbaric!” she shrilled, her artificially smoothened, partially atrophied face stiff with a show of haughty dismay. “The thought of consuming such a creature!”

The manager watched the woman wobble out on four-inch heels.

“The octopus offended her,” he whispered to the chef. “With her looks, it must’ve seemed cannibalistic.”


This story was based on a request for prompts in the form of three adjectives beginning with the letters A, B, and C. The adjectives atrophied, barbaric, and cannibalistic, were provided by @keab42.