Sunday, September 5, 2010

Micro-Fiction Monday.....


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Mostly Sunny and Mild, with a 10% chance of showers?
Thats the LAST time I'm listening Radar Randy and The Week-End Weather Crew on WSIK!
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The lovely Susan over at Stoney River, has a writing challenge called Micro-Fiction Monday. Each week she posts a picture, and you supply the caption in 140 charactors or less! It's fun, and you can find her ...Here!

29 comments:

Thom said...

OMG I love the call letters. Is their sponsor Kentucky Burbon? LOL Weathermen are like car sales men OOPS!!! Present company excluded. LOL Great story my friend. Happy Monday. Yathzee!!!!

Thom said...

Yahtzee is even better...ROFLMAO!!!

Brian Miller said...

lol. i sometimes think that weather men should double as fiction writers...nice one g!

Sylvia K said...

LOL! I love the call letters, too! What a terrific take for the day! I tend to think that weathermen ARE fiction writers!!! Have a great Labor Day!

Sylvia

Serena said...

LOL! Good one, Mr. G.

Peggy said...

G-man;

Never trust a weatherman, great take.
Very authentic sounding with the call letters.
Have a really nice Monday!

Prayer Girl said...

Very very cute. Loved this G-Man. Our weather people here aren't much better. :)

My first try at Micro-Fiction Monday is up.

PG

Sylvia Morice said...

I like this one! Must have the same weather crew that predicted Earl's path this weekend! Cheers!

Jillien said...

ain't that the truth!

moondustwriter said...

Oh I like funny I guess I always veer toward the stormy side

Happy (what day is it??) Monday

moon smiles

Ellie said...

LOL. They always get the weather wrong, don't they?! What a brilliant take on the picture.

Have a lovely storm-free week x

Greyscale Territory said...

Well our weathermen are on a winning streak at the moment! They've just said "rain" for the past 4 weeks (and a little more) and they're 100% correct!
But usually their predictions are great acts in the guessing game competition!
Fun microfiction!

the walking man said...

Knew I should have brought the board instead of the canoe. Surfs UP!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

What did one of my Passengers on my Bus say once about weather forecasters. "It is the only job where you can lie and not be fired".

NIce take on the photo Our Susan supplied.

Mama Zen said...

Excellent, G-Man!

Scott said...

dang weather guys!! can't they ever git it right? clever, man!

lime said...

they pull their guesses right outta their rear ends!

hope said...

They only have 4 weather icons, right? Sunny, Rainy, Snowy or Maybe. :)

Pat said...

He should've listened to the LOCAL weather forecaster instead of the one in Chicago.

Good one!

Larry said...

Kool finding you out and about and I like your micro fiction. Nice to see you playing Microfiction monday Galen. have a bang up week.

Dead Sea
Thanks for your comments and for visiting
larry.

Suz said...

you are such a down to earth guy and writer...love it
and never listen to the weather man

Jingle said...

Happy Labor Monday.

today's forecast says: Sunday, Funny,
All around G-man's Balcony....

beautiful micro-fiction.
have a smiling day!

secret agent woman said...

It's all about the 10%.

Dulce said...

;-)

SouthLakesMom said...

Yeah - those weekend weather crews are the worst...they just tell you stuff that they make up because they know they won't be out there dealing with it! HA!

Well done!

PattiKen said...

Hi, Galen! Funny, and too true. There used to be a weatherman in Boston whose forecast was extremely accurate. I always knew to bring an umbrella whenever this guy predicted sun, and vice versa. Could never figure out how he kept his job.

MorningAJ said...

Managed to grab a couple of minutes Internet time on my holidays. We've had a couple of weather forecasts like that this week. Great 10!

MorningAJ said...

So the Internet isn't THAT good. I meant to say great 140.....
Happy Tuesday

Nessa said...

He'd be better off just looking out the window.