‘One Night Stand’ – A 99 Word Story For Trifecta

An intriguing prompt from ‘Trifecta’s 99th Challenge’

“This week we are giving you a page from the Oxford English Dictionary.  The ninety-ninth page, to be exact.  From this page, you can choose any word, any definition, to use in your post.   (Please type your chosen word in bold, so we know.)  And instead of our typical 33-333 word limit, we are asking for 99 words exactly.”

If at least 99 writers link up, there will be a random drawing for a $99 Amazon gift card.  So why not join in?

One Night Stand

Despite him being 18 years old, Mrs. Bear still called her son, ‘my little baby’.

To Goldilocks, Baby Bear was anything but little! He was a brute – six-foot tall with a body any girl would love to get her hands on.

She hadn’t meant to stay the night, but with one thing and another, she’d lost all track of time.

Goldilocks knew something was wrong the moment she opened her eyes. Peering out from beneath the bedclothes she saw a frightened Baby Bear stood alongside his fearsome mother, muttering,

“Honest Mum, I’ve no idea how she got there.”

MikeJackson©2013

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51 thoughts on “‘One Night Stand’ – A 99 Word Story For Trifecta

    1. This is the true version Björn. You wait to hear what really happened with the porridge and the chair!
      Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment.

    1. I’ve got a feeling there is a lot more scandal to be found in those seemingly chid like fairy tales.
      Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for your comments.

    1. Us men can be so naive at times – or is it just plain stupid – my wife reckons the latter!
      Glad you enjoyed it Kir and thanks for the comments.

  1. Aw, Mannnnnnn! Wished this happened when I was a much younger bear. The only babes in my bedroom at 18 were Miss July and her naughty co-ed roomies. Thanks for the classic twist on such a classic tale. 🙂

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