nonriel (Canada) published:
PROMPT: Flash Fiction Competition 2019
If you’re in the ocean and notice a floating beach-ball with thin, pointy spikes, resist your curiosity and swim away. Do not go near it; do not touch it. When you discern the beach-ball is actually a pufferfish, do not eat it—no matter the eagerness of your taste buds. Should you fail to heed this advice and cook the pufferfish, your tongue, savoring its subtle flavor, will quickly turn numb, as will your lips. You’ll attempt pushing the plate away,...
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