copyright Madison Woods
"Jesus Christ, Perry, don't you ever brush!"
"Sure I do, Dr. Howard. Regularly. Three times a day, every Thursday."
"I thought so! And what kind of toothpaste are you using?"
"A very good one. Crest with Chocolate Morsels."
"I thought so! "That is not an effective decay-preventive dentifrice!"
"What are you saying, Dr. Howard? We've got more of the old drill and fill ahead?"
"No, Perry, this time I'm afraid it's different."
"What is it?"
"Drill, fill, then run for our lives!!!
Frankly I wasn't aware there was even a prompt this week since I saw nothing online proffered by Rochelle, whom I set my Friday Fictioneers clock by --- as well as my barometer and Cuisinart --- but then I saw the Hollywood Squares Authors Block (as Russell calls it) taking shape before my quizzical eyes with a prompt originally provided by Madison Woods, whose pen name I would love to have taken for my own had she not slipped in and grabbed it first.
So here's my hastily composed response to this week's elusive prompt made this Saturday, August 30, 2014. You can find the other far savvier and tuned in Fictioneers' offerings by clicking right here.
Oh, one more thing. That prompt above? Gag me with a spoon!