|Brenda and Perry (standard:humor, 304 words)|
|Author: timster||Added: Oct 09 2005||Views/Reads: 1956/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A Falklands Adventure...(Without Herth)|
Brenda gazed out her bay window towards the pristine shoreline of The Falklands. A storm was brewing as the white caps rustled towards the coast and waves crashed against the rocky shore. A mist arose after every crash and dissipated quickly. This scene repeated time after time. A figure materialized thru the fog after one such occurrence. It appeared to be carrying a shovel and dragging a trash can behind the slow trudging walk. Every few steps it would stop scoop something off the ground and throw it into the can. Brenda recalled a news story she heard about Perry and his exploits with some of the animals. It became clear to her it was Perry fulfilling his community service for the disgusting crimes he had committed. She felt only contempt for the SOB. Anyone who used animals in such a way should have been put away for years. Recalling a spell from 200 years ago, she thought it as perfect for Perry. Brenda first used it on John Gilmore after he established the first sheep ranch on the islands. It took years for old John to remove the pile she created from her spell. She gathered together some penguin feathers, Ex-Lax, and a bit of hot sauce and mixed them in a vat. With the words, “Penguin Large, full of food, appear on the shore, please show no humility”. A 41-foot penguin appeared on the shore, just feet from Perry. It proceeded to squat and left a ten-foot pile to Perry's bewilderment. After the penguin finished, it vanished into the ocean. She could hear a scream from the shoreline and chuckled to herself. “These birds keep getting bigger and bigger. I'll be doing this the rest of my life.” Brenda said under her breath, “Yes you will Perry, I'll make sure of it”. Tweet
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