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Flash in the Pan: Cantina

Neither Alberto nor Maria had ever had these feelings for anyone ever before. It was a night both of them would always remember.
They each had one more shots at the local cantina, gathered up their things and left into the pouring rain and wind.
His eyes searched the dirt road for a cab. He saw one, waved his hand as he whistled to get its attention. The cab stopped; he got in and asked her to join him.
She replied, “I don’t want to sit with you in that cab any more than I did in that cantina!”

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Mexican cartoon-watercolor-2013-03-16-trans-2Better luck next time little dude.

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This is part of the M3 Flash in the Pan word challenge.
Challenged word is “Cantina,” with a word limit of 100 words. This one comes in at 99 words.

Image credit goes to Deb Adams,  originally posted here.

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33 Comments

  1. With a few shots involved, everything is a trade off.

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  2. Ha – I definitely remember that señor. Poor guy.

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  3. Binky

     /  June 10, 2013

    What a letdown! Or maybe a relief.

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  4. Aww..poor Alberto! 🙂 Great story, Deb! You’re on a roll; keep ’em coming! xoxox

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    • I know, and he’s such a cute little man.
      Thanks Lauren…I’ll be working on it!
      xoxoxo

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  5. poor guy! I thought it was going to be a ronantic one 😉

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  6. Can’t fault him for trying!!! LoL!!! 🙂

    Good one Debs!!!

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  7. Awww, He looks so cute, Deb, but the poor li’l dude struck out… ’tis life I suppose. Great storyline my friend. love and hugs aplenty xPenx

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  8. Wow…that was harsh! 🙂

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  9. ouch that must have hurt ..and if he looked anything like the cartoon figure you put ..I feel for him deeply 🙂
    loved the story Deb ♥

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    • I needed little dude to set the scene for the Cantina.
      He never new what he was getting into. 😉
      xxx

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  10. My heart weeps for poor little Alberto. At least she didn’t kill & eat him or put him in the freezer

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  11. The poor dude 😦
    Hey you inspired me
    with this one, I read
    it late last night and
    decided to add this
    comment after trying
    a Binky with rocket
    drawing. Your Mexican
    dude prompted me to
    add Binky with my
    Chocolate FTP soooo
    thank you very much
    for that wickedly fine
    inspiration 🙂 🙂

    Your FTP is excellent,
    maybe his luck will change
    at the next cantina? 😦

    Andro xxxx

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    • That’s great, Andro. Nice to know I inspired you…you do that for me from time to time too. 🙂
      His luck might change next time around.
      xxx

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  12. Sooo, I guess the feelings were not returned. Poor guy is right. Another funny one.

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  13. You are really good with this flash fiction, Deb. Is it okay if I’m a wee bit jealous of all your talent?

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    • Thank you, Sheri!
      You don’t have to be jealous, because I know you can do this too. I bet you could write some excellent flashes! 🙂
      xxx

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  14. Ah, well. Better luck next time little dude!
    xxx

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  15. Hahaha… oh, no! And I thought it seemed to be going so well, too!
    🙂

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  16. LOL! and there most of us probably assumed that it was passion of another kind 😉

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