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Flash in the Pan: Diner

diner
Helen always worried about Max dieing,
mostly because she was dependent on his social security,
though she loved him very much.
Max assured her she’d do fine with the old diner.
Eventually he had passed away,
and Helen was still getting by.
One afternoon she closed early to restock the freezer.
She wanted to make sure she was keeping
her dead husband well hidden from Social Security
so she could keep collecting his monthly check.

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This is part of the M3 Flash in the Pan word challenge.
Challenged word is Fork with a word limit of 150 words.

Image credit goes to: Urban Ghost Media

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40 Comments

  1. Another good one, fellow sicko! 🙂 xo

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  2. We’ve had a few people do just this, concealing a death to keep on drawing benefits!!! 😮

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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    • I don’t doubt that…nothing new under the sun. 😉
      Thanks Prenin!
      Love and hugs!

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  3. I agree, another good one, Deb, and another side of you we’re experiencing, too! (now it’s time to pull something out of the freezer for dinner, oh, what a visual) Heehee… Sending much love and lots of hugs! xoxo

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    • Lol, I wonder what side you would call that, Lauren…lol.
      I’m glad you like it…Oh, and don’t dig too deep into the freezer. 😉 🙂
      Have a great evening, my friend!
      Sending you back much love and hugs xxx

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      • I don’t know…I’ll have to give it some thought! 🙂 And no, I won’t dig too dip; too scared! lol
        Have a great evening, too, my friend! xoxo

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        • I’m sure you’d think of something…lol
          Oh, go ahead and dig deep before things down there expire. 😉 🙂
          Love and hugs xxx

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  4. Binky

     /  June 3, 2013

    Well I hope she doesn’t keep her food for the diner in the same freezer!

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  5. Oh my – on the story.
    The image link is broken though

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  6. Oh Deb!…I cant remember…but the other lady that cooked her baby wasn’t named Helen was she? And if she wasn’t….could Helen be her sister?!!!

    I liked it! It’s “nice” to see Deb the artist being morbid!..LOL

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    • You think that Helen and Marla are related? Well, I guess they are sisters since bother were born from the same part of my imagination. 😉

      Lol…I’m glad you liked it, Shree!

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  7. 😆 !!
    A familiar story, especially with the financial crisis!
    🙂

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  8. Woooh! Awesome, Deb! lol I’m laughing because it’s another horror scenario and I didn’t see that coming 😀
    xoxo

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  9. For a moment there I thought that I was
    on the wrong Space 🙂 lol How incredibly
    ghoulish of you Deb but guess what?

    I really like it 🙂 😉

    Have a lovely evening my great friend 🙂

    Andro xxxx

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    • That mean a lot to me coming from you, Andro! You are so wicked with everything you write, and your ideas always turn out a masterpiece!
      You have a lovely evening too, my friend…thank you!
      xxx

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  10. That’s just cold..haha

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  11. Wasnt expecting that scenario to emerge, thought it was heading into a romantic finale.
    Ian

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  12. artscottnet

     /  June 4, 2013

    survival of the wittiest 😛

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  13. I can definitely see the Hitchcock influence, Deb. 🙂

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  14. Deb, another very good one! You are turning them over and finding all sorts of twisted ladies.

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    • The thought of their ill behaviors did come to mind…thank you, Val.

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  15. You’re really turning into a 1st class weirdo Deb. Maybe she could thaw him & turn his remains into a nice curry. Waste not want not

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  16. OMG I ain’t going to that diner!!
    you are scary.. where is my mommy !!! 😆
    what a brilliant scary story
    yuppie just what I needed 🙂

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    • I don’t think she serve it to you unless she can afford to keep him covered with meat any longer. 🙂
      Glad you like it, Soma!…thank you! 🙂 xo

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  17. Oooer, Deb, you’re too good at this, … you’re not drawing ideas from close to home are you?… erm… that chicken soup you brought me?… was it ???? 🙂 … hehe!! tasted nice, whoever was in it!! … hugs aplenty and keep up the writing, it’s really good my talented friend. xPenx

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    • Pretty close to home…my head that is.
      No, I would do that to you, my dear, and sweet friend!…your troublesome neighbor maybe. 😉 🙂
      Oh, chicken, carrots, celery, onion, bay leaf, a bit of garlic and bullion. And I have a hot bowl of it right here for you to help ease the suffering of that nasty cold you have, Pen!
      Thank you! xo

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  18. Hahaha… Bearman beat me to it, Deb!
    Brrrrrr!
    🙂

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  19. Love it! This book is going to be filled to brimming with some of the sickest dishes around!
    xxx

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    • Glad you like it! 🙂
      You must be trilled about that!
      Great to see you hear today! 🙂
      xxx

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