Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Shopping Cart Confidential (FF)

FF- Friday Fictioneers
Copyright - Janet Webb

"Boy, is he one cute shopping cart!"

"Go ahead.  Talk to him."

 "If only I had a few drinks in me first ..."

"You silly, we're shopping carts.  We don't eat or drink."

"Oh yeah, you're right. Okay, I'll try."

"You can do it!"

"OMG, wait a minute!"

"Why are you stopping?"

"Because we're Kosher carriages." 


"He can't be Jewish.  Look at the size of his basket!"


I knew those shopping carts could talk. Imagine what they say about us when we don't return them to the cart return area when it's raining hard!

The other Friday Fictioneers may not write about shopping carts talking, may have them drinking and eating, or may even have them standing indignantly at the Kosher Meat Section complaining to the fellow in the yarmulke there "Mr. Rosenblatt, these rib steaks were terrible!" Click here to find out.

I'm sorry that of late I've had so little time to read the stories of the other Fictioneers, but life circumstances intervene.  I hope to get back to it soon. In the meantime, my shopping carts and I love what you're writing, Kosher or not.


P.S. Joshi said...

I'm not familiar with Kosher shopping, but I'll take your word for it. If I was in the store and saw the carts talking I'd be out of there really fast. Funny stuff and good writing, Perry. :D --- Suzanne

Sandra Crook said...

:) I'm sure the goy oops guy is worth getting to know. Good one.

C. E. Ayr said...

Dear Sir or Madman
If your shopping carts wish sincerely to keep their thoughts and words confidential, tell them to visit my blog.
No one else does.
Philosophically yours
Des (Shopping) Cartes

mullingspice said...

Was that an excuse to make for shyness? Very funny though!

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields said...

Dear Perry,

Does one need two carts? One for milchik and one for flayshdik? We didn't grow up keeping Kosher so I'm a little foggy on how to shop.



Dawn said...

Only you could pull this off! Ya made me snicker (and blush a little)

Snow's Fissures and Fractures said...

Oh my, how you make me laugh! Thank you, Perry!