Thursday, January 2, 2014

Must... make it... to the... shower....

Once upon a time Janna stayed home for two days and did absolutely nothing except sleep and spend time on the computer.

Her bathrobe gradually acquired a personality of its own.

 The cats named it "Binky".

Eventually Binky ate the cats and left to become Earth's evil overlord.

Janna was never seen again.

The End.

11 comments:

Mary said...

That truly is an amazing adventure tale! I wonder where she went.

Janna said...

Mary: The oddest thing of all is that Binky is a "he" instead of a "she". Not sure exactly why.

G-Man said...

OK...
Lets get something straight.
Your cat stole your bathrobe so now you frolic about the house Butt Naked?
Lets hope they didn't steal your curtains as well!
Loved your Very Tall Tale 55
(At least it's Fiction)(I hope)
Thanks for playing, you are like opening a brand new jar of Smuckers Strawberry Preserves!
Have a Kick Ass Week-End

Janna said...

G-Man: No, no no... The cats didn't steal the bathrobe. The bathrobe turned evil and ate the cats.
The part about being butt naked is occasionally true, especially when I'm in the shower.

Alice Audrey said...

Never seen again? No, no no. That is not allowed.

Margaret said...

Ate the cats … so FICTION as cats are not so easily tricked. Dogs, yes. Two days of nothing - now that sounds like heaven. :)

Mama Zen said...

Hmmm . . . fact or fiction?

Janna said...

Alice: On the bright side, it could make a very nice Twilight Zone episode.

Margaret: Two days was pretty nice, actually. ;)

MamaZen: It starts out as fact but then becomes fiction about halfway through. I'll let you decide exactly where. (!)

Yvonne Osborne said...

I love hanging around doing nothing, staying in my pjs or my robe til they take on a life of their own. No cats though. Just a pesky bothersome puppy that I should never never never have gotten. Enjoyed your fictional 55!

Helen said...

Love this ... and it has a plot!

Janna said...

Yvonne: I had a puppy when I was ten. I loved him, but to this day I still cringe at the thought of "wet dog smell". :o

Helen: Yay! :)