Monday, February 22, 2010

Microfiction Monday

Susan, at Stony River, hosts Microfiction Monday. The premise is simple -- using the illustration Susan provides, write a story in 140 characters or fewer. The application is more difficult but fun! That 140 characters includes all spaces and punctuation, so join us to hone your 'briefing' skills.

Today's illustration:

My 140:

Mr. Bun, appropriately undressed, couldn’t understand why affirmative action did not help his Playboy bunny application.


ShAKirA CHOONG said...

Playboy INDEED.
a fantastic and playful MFM.

Have you a great week.


Sylvia K said...

Oh, I love it! Darn Playboy anyway! Hope you have a lovely week!


Susan at Stony River said...


That is just TOO funny, and what an original take on the Bunny theme! The look on his face, the outfit, everything, is just perfect. I love it!

Peggy said...

I with Mr Bun, maybe he should write to his congressman. Unfair!
Great job!

quilly said...

LOL! Too funny. I wish I had thought along those lines.

jabblog said...

Something of a misunderstanding there - poor chap ;-)

Anonymous said...

OMG...this is just hysterical. I love it. Well done :)

The Skald said...

This entry SLAYS! That was hysterically funny! Perhaps someone should have mentioned to Mr. Bun that a Bow Tie would have increased his chances immeasurably! Best in Class Award!

juliana said...

LOL, one of the best!
(not the bunny, though, he got the concept all wrong)

hope said...

Okay, this is hand's down the best of the day! Standing ovation!

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Poor Mr Bun, He'd better be careful wanting to become a Playboy Bunny, Hef is getting old now and may not notice the difference.

SouthLakesMom said...

Mr. Bun and I thank ALL of you. I guess you can tell I have a LOT of fun with these. Thank you SO MUCH Susan for hosting them!

Larry said...

hhmmmmmmmmmmmmm better thabn stuffing somebody's arse in a hat I'd say.
You wanna read something funny ?

Racial Stereotypes Are Powerful

Thanks Larry

Rosidah Abidin said...

LOL. Too funny. Poor Mr.Bunny. It is so hard to get a job these days. Have a wonderful week :)

An Eerie Tapestry said...

LOL. Liked that; it would sure save them buying him a bunny outfit.