Monday Micro-fiction RESULTS – Hurricane Sandy

by Staff on November 4, 2012

in MICRO-FICTION

THE WINNER OF LAST WEEK’S MICRO-FICTION CONTEST WAS FRED DAVIS. CONGRATS TO FRED WHO IS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR ENTRANCE INTO THE ETERNAL HALL OF FAME. HIS STORY APPEARS BELOW.

As a third generation plumber, Sandy had seen all types of conditions when it comes to toilets. Very clean, needs some work, and how could you sit on that dirty bowl every day? This toilet was one of the grossest, most stained toilets he had ever witnessed. Brown stains, green stains, but yet, there was the blue water from the toilet bowl cleaner. With every flush, the occupants could hide a lot of the dirt with a blue covering that fooled them into thinking it was clean. This new clog, however, made them realize it was time for help. After some attempts with the plunger, something he knew would not work, (he did get paid by the hour), Sandy got out the snake. Usually the clog was caused by too much toilet paper. Not very often was it a super-sized turd. After some slow cranking of the snake down into the toilet, the clog was reached. Within minutes the toilet would be flushing again, swirling blue foamy water heading down a clear pipe. As it swirled down, Sandy took a picture with his Cell Phone to add to the coffee table book he was working on, Toilets and Me. He never met a toilet he couldn’t fix. Clean toilets are an option. Flushing toilets are a necessity.

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