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Apocalypse Cow

Never get out of the boat. Absolutely goddamn right. Unless you were going all the way. Kurtz got off the boat. He split from the whole fuckin’ program.

And me? I was off the boat the same time as Kurtz. Sure, I’d been obeying orders, but my mind was gone. I was in fields of green and clover. With milkmaids.

Oh man, those bullshit milkmaids…

But I had a job to do, and there would be no welcome, supple fingers pulling on my teats when we got to the end of the river. Only charcoal briquettes.

The barbecue … the barbecue.

Sink your teeth into some my beefy long fiction!

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Originally published on Name Your Tale, 2009. Photo by Mukka on Flickr

5 Comments

  1. That was brilliant!

    The website’s pretty cool, too. Now I’m doomed to spending time thinking up catchy titles instead of my regularly scheduled procrastination activities.

  2. Mark A. Rayner Mark A. Rayner

    Thanks Alenja — yeah, it’s a fun site, and probably great practice for the regular writers. (Many writers struggle with titles, so it is nice to have one provided.)

  3. What a cool idea. Seriously (I even gave the site a link).

    I tend to be really verbose; cramming everything into 100 words must be a great discipline to practice …

  4. That was cool, but now I want ribs dammit!

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