AN INCONVENIENT PORCH

50 WORD FICTION by Jon on the River

I just wrote this because I thought it was funny. As far as a reality check, I’m able to get one far sooner than the guy in the story below. The woman would have to wonder how she could have ever been with a guy who could be so oblivious to what was going on. Enjoy

AN INCONVENIENT PORCH

“People saying you don’t love me.”

Brie nodded. “They’re telling the truth.”

“How do I know they’re telling the truth?”

“Look where you’re standing,” Brie said.

David looked around. “What? On the porch?”

“On the porch of the man I’m cheating on you with.”

David considered. “Yeah, that makes sense.”

— Jon by the River

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Jon on the River

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Home of my open journal. I will speak about growth and take you through the heaven and hell that makes up this process

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