Chunky Dunkin’

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Chunky Dunkin’ 

“This is where it happened, Sheriff. Do you want me to stretch yellow crime tape between those trees and start the investigation?”
“No, I don’t think skinny dippin’ qualifies as a real crime, Barn.”
“Humph, there wasn’t anything skinny about those two. Clem Miller said they came running out of the brush, naked as jaybirds, and jumped cannonball-fashion right into the river. It created a tsunami that washed his truck off the low-water bridge and swept away three of Arthur Boatright’s cattle.”
“Yeah, I know. I’ll have a talk with Aunt Bea. She needs to stop drinking moonshine with Otis.”
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13 thoughts on “Chunky Dunkin’

  1. Yes, that was funny. Conjured up all kinds of unwholesome visions. Had the twist of True Blood's unbelievably stupid residents to it. Charming.Lindaurahttp://fictionvictimtoo.blogspot.com

  2. This was hilarious, Russell, from the choice of names, to the dialogue, to the final image at the end. Just perfect!–Janhttps://janmorrill.wordpress.com/2012/04/06/the-meeting-place-fridayfictioneers-flashfiction-100words/#comment-1807

  3. Haha…all I did was read the title…Chucky Dunkin' and burst out laughing…and continued to laugh throughout. And I'm still laughing. What a relief after all the creepy, spooky, dark tales this week. Russell, from now on, I'm going to read your story first…to set the mood because I love to laugh…then maybe I can tolerate the spoooky ones. Thank you, dear Russell for your wonderful, genuine humor. I could read an entire book of your sh. stories. You must be a hoot to live with. Here's mine:www.triplemoonstar.blogspot.com

  4. Hey Russell, this was very witty and the ending was excellent. I knew it was Andy when he said, "Barn," but never thought it would be Aunt Bea and Otis.

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