Category Archives: Short Stories

One Shop Town

My Mum recently moved to a tiny village near the sea. This village is so small it has no name. In fact, the village is so small it only has one shop and that shop is just called “Shop”. Not … Continue reading

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Nuts and bel·lig·er·ence

“Allergic” you say, shaking your head. “How unfortunate” they reply sympathetically. You smile “I know, I know”. “Would you like some Pringles instead?” “Oh that, that would be marvelous, thanks” ——————————————————————- If you try to explain that you just don’t … Continue reading

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Oslo Syndrome and the Snus Ruse

No one ever wants to admit to  being friends with people who have earnestly read The Game. Specifically someone who loiters around pedestrianised areas in the afternoon pestering women with stories they learned from a middle aged Australian in a … Continue reading

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