Friday Fictioneers




ROSEY LARGE BWI found my friend Rosey sitting in her garage looking rather sad. “What’s up?” I asked. She said she’d lost some of her friends. I remembered a quote I saw online.

“In life we never lose friends, we only learn who the true ones are”

She adopted one of her confused expressions; not the ‘totally confused’ one, but the ‘not-entirely-sure-what-you-mean’ version. She shook her head and started burrowing through the rubbish. I ducked as a bucket flew towards me.

“What are looking for?” I asked.

“Friends” she shouted. Now it was my turn to look confused.

“Series three and five of Friends”.


zzzzzzzzzzzzzzccFriday Fictioneers is hosted by Rochelle. Thanks to  Douglas M MacIlroy for this week’s photo.

62 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers”

  1. Oh, the ambiguity of the English Language —further muddied by writers and TV producers!
    Of course Shakespeare gave us Greek to me and Charles Dickens gave us Scrooge.
    Glad to hear you and Rosie finally synced. Wasn’t there a “Neighbours” once, too?

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