Let’s Play – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction Photo Prompt.

Here is my attempt at this weeks Friday Fictioneers photo prompt. This idea stuck out the most and made me chuckle, so I thought I’d share it with you. Thank you to Rochelle our hostess of Friday Fictioneers, for coming up with fab prompts.

Copyright-Sean Fallon

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                                                          PHOTO PROMPT © Sean Fallon



 Let’s Play.

It’s quiet.

Too quiet.

A high pitched giggle startles me and I freeze.

Where are they?

My bedroom.

I stalk forwards and open the door, “what do you think…” My mouth hangs open.

“Look what we found mummy!” Lucy shouts.

 “I’m a police officer!” Sam said.

“I like your wand mummy, it’s pink and looks like a rabbit.” She presses a button and the head starts rotating and then stops, she shakes it, “it’s not working now.”

“Mmm… How did you find my special bag?”

“Sam hid under the bed.”

“Great. Let’s tidy up shall we? Sam take the handcuffs off of your teddy…No don’t swing the whip round…Lucy take off the French maid dress…”

When they were done, I placed the bag on top of the wardrobe with a sigh.

“Are we in trouble?”

“No, but you did remind me that I need to get new batteries for Bob.” I smiled down at her.

“Who is Bob?”


Thank you so much for taking the time to read my offering! If you want to read more flash fiction from the Friday Fitioneers click on the blue frog below, I promise you won’t be disapointed!


43 thoughts on “Let’s Play – Friday Fictioneers Flash Fiction Photo Prompt.

  1. Ha! There’s another great commercial that’s a gun safety video where a mom drops her son off to play with a friend and the boys start dueling it out with the other Mom’s vibrators out on the sidewalk.

    Great take on the prompt, and thanks for being brave enough to tackle the subject here.

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  2. Welcome back, Heidi. Well, the mom’s okay as long as the kids don’t tell the neighbors. I once lived across from the grandparents of a pair of talkative twin girls. They’d see Daddy get out of the shower. Great vocabulary skills. 🙂 — Suzanne

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