Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The Curse of the Queen (FF)


Professor Kropotkin was elated!  There in the sand he made an incredible find.

"Is that the royal necklace of Queen Nefertitty?" asked his young assistant Bart Bannerman.

"That's Nefertiti," replied Kropotkin, "and yes. I just hope there isn't a curse."

Back in New York City the Professor presented the fabled necklace to his wife Janie. Immediately her breasts grew three sizes.

"Oh, no!" cried Janie.  "There is a curse to the Necklace of Nefertitty!" 

"That's Nefertiti," replied Kropotkin. "And there is no curse." 

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So shoot me, this is what I thought of. Hey, you try being a 65 year old balding guy who's been totally out of the action since almost the time of Nefertiti, and let's see what you come up with!

I'm sure the other Friday Fictioneers will be much more socially acceptable in their takes upon the above picture prompt and you can find out by clicking here. 

I only hope Russell doesn't mess up what I just said.

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    1. Yes, thanks, but even I'm grossed out. That says something.

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  2. Talk about the goose that laid the golden egg, if you had this necklace you could open your own breast enhancement shop right there in Havertown. Hollywood starlets would flock to you in droves, begging to receive the "necklace treatment" for a few hours. You could also run a lingerie boutique in the back called Perry's Secret.

    Man, you old bald Jews have all the luck.

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    1. Yes, we do. That "three times a lady" technique is sure to earn me a fortune. I'm not a great big boob after all!

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  3. Three times? Sheesh! As a nearly 58 year-old woman who knows the gravity of gravity, I'd say this was a curse for everyone!

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    1. One person's curse is another person's bounty. I like that way of putting it!

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  4. I like these glimpses into your weirdo mind.

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    1. Thanks, but I was about to ask you if there's treatment for it.

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  5. the professor got lucky he didn't try it on himself first. :)

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    1. I think the nation might have gotten lucky on that one as well!

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  6. Where is that titi beach with all the sand?
    I want to get a necklace for my wife.
    Randy

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    1. I kind of figured that, Randy. I wish I knew where it is.

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  7. A curse or a blessing. A curse or a blessing. A ....

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    1. Don't put that thing near me! (In my case, a curse... ;-) )

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    2. I'll go with blessing, I think.

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  8. Oh your bad!!! :-P
    That wasn't exactly a curse!! LOL!

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    1. Thanks, Courtney. But when I'm bad, I'm good. Sort of.

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  9. Interesting what the image can inspire. I think he should be fair and put on the necklace and lets see what happens. :)

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    1. He'll become Caitlyn Jenner? Sorry, that really was a cheap one!

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  10. I don't know where you get them from, Perry. Your mind must be a wondrous place. :)

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    1. It's wondrous but I really need to get someone in there to clean every now and then.

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  11. Your mind wanders to hilarious places, Perry. I hope the ghost of Queen Nefertiti doesn't come back and really send a curse your way. Well done. :D --- Suzanne

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    1. That's "Nefertitty!" Oh, wait, no, you got it right.

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  12. Dear Perry,

    I have nothing to say, as instructed on Facebook. Backing out of the room now.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    1. I might have known you could take bogus direction.

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  13. That's some curse, and a funny story.

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    1. They should have had that curse when I was a teenager --- and a lot afterwards too.

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  14. Oh my, I almost fell out of my chair. :D Loved it!

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    1. Thanks! Well, I'll try to put you back in it.

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  15. Ha.. that was a-musing... Of course no curse :-)

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    1. Yep. In fact, the opposite of a curse.

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  16. Three sizes? That poor woman. It's a curse! Made me chuckle, though. :)

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    1. Yes, but don't forget that lucky professor!

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  17. So funny, I laughed my way through. This would be a dream necklace and sell like hotcakes! Nice one, Perry.

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    1. Yes, and if it can work on more than one girlfriend at a time it's a bargain at any price!

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  18. Glad to hear the professor was elated, now how to get his wife deflated?

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    1. I'm not sure but I surmise,
      He was happy for her to retain that size

      I like your poem better.

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  19. I like how your mind thinks. Next stop for the prof would be to sell healing waters of Lake Titicaca.

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