Danger, Thin Ice!

PHOTO PROMPT© Jennifer Pendergast

Hi Em.  I know I said we’d go out tonight but I forgot that it is opening of Z-Guys Part 9 and I promised Seth.  Yeah, I know you hate Z-Guys, which is why I’m not inviting you.  What do I want you to do?  I don’t know, how about go out with Jen?  Her brother is home from college?  Yes, I remember, he was the star quarterback.  Voted best looking in his class.  He’d be with you? Fine.  I’ll give you call tomorrow.

“Dude! You’re skating on thin ice…”

As Z-Guys say…. he goes back to school on Sunday.

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word count = 100

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39 thoughts on “Danger, Thin Ice!

    1. trentpmcd Post author

      It is healthy in many ways, but with the age group I was thinking of (17?), in other ways they were saved by their immaturity ;) (I do understand about adults with immature views making life miserable)

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  1. Dale

    Honestly, I think this is rather healthy. They are in high school – time to enjoy life, not be tethered to another. And yanno… not for nothing, if they trust each other, they are gold.
    You might want to check your title ;-)

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      I agree with you – they are kids and can’t take it too seriously. And, yeah, there is that trust thing.
      No, no, I meant “This Ice”! lol, thanks for pointing that out.

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      1. Dale

        It’s funny because I thought you meant to write This ice but then in the story you wrote thin ice so…
        Speaking of spellcheck – you may wanna stop copying your title for “If we were having coffee” ;-)

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        1. trentpmcd Post author

          lol, another one. Actually, I do rewrite it every time, but when I type too fast, I often cross letters – ign occurs quite often if I am not paying enough attention… I usually catch it in the body of the text, but never really pay attention to the title. Ooops.

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    1. trentpmcd Post author

      I don’t know, I think they are both playing close to the wire – he’s going to have to do something real nice very soon or they may not make it to the end of the semester ;)

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