Sunday, June 26, 2011

Dear John

This is for Jenny Matlock's Saturday centus. I was limited to 60 words, two of which needed to be "Dear John".

Dear John,

I'm glad you've found this note I've pinned to the casserole.

Welcome home. The city is a madhouse since the virus.

All changed? Sitting down eating? See how well I know you?


Thanks for promising to end your affair.


Full now? Full of virus. (The casserole.) I know you've been with her.


See how well I know you?


_______

19 comments:

Helen said...

OMG! Right on!

Judie said...

If cheaters ever stopped thinking with their "other brain" they would realize just how transparent they are, and how smart women are!!

Great post!!

Jo said...

Oh and she is totally going to get away with it! Good on her!!!
Loved this post!

ellen abbott said...

oh you are so evil and he is so deserving.

Sioux said...

Damn! I was going to make the comment, "I heard revenge was a dish best served cold, but I guess this one was best served hot," and then I saw one of your labels.

I was one of the first 37 commenters, and thought I was being a bit clever for a Sunday afternoon, but no...

Mama Zen said...

Knowing thine enemy is indeed an advantage!

cj Schlottman said...

Who said "Living well is the best revenge?" I'm all for just getting rid of the problem. Great!

Namaste..........cj

Neva Flores said...

Oh Wow! Revenge is sweet casserole.......

Nonna Beach said...

Outstanding Job !

How dark, wicked, diabolical and such a great read...I love it !

The detective and lawyer in me says she won't get away with it though...she forgot the first thing you learn in Law School, "Never put anything in writing or anywhere else" Just sayin'...

Sue said...

Oh, dear!!

Never knew casseroles could be so dangerous!

=)

Dazee Dreamer said...

that was wickedly delicious. loved it.

HermanTurnip said...

Glad to see we've moved beyond keying the car and have progressed directly to manslaughter. I like the cut of your jib, my friend.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Cackles! I love it - maybe a little bit too much, heh heh heh.

hedgewitch said...

And he said she didn't know how to cook....

Daryl said...

Oh yes, revenge is best served cold

Anna said...

Lovely piece of "twilight-zone"-fiction! But I agree with Nonna Beach - she'll never get away with it! Great nerve in this text.
Are you, like me, secretly interested in writing mystery or suspense stories? I think you have a knack for this!
Wonderfully evil text!
Best wishes,
Anna
Sanna writes to John Tell-Anna's SC wk 60

BECKY said...

Oh, I loved this! What a different take on Dear John! It's always amazing how many different stories we can come up with, isn't it? Yours is one of the best!

Lolamouse said...

laughing gleefully....

Jenny said...

I pinkie swear I will never, ever, EVER tick you off.

And I also pinkie swear I will never, ever, EVER eat a food offering if you bring me one after I do!

ha!

This was awesome.

Love, love, loved this!