Month: March 2015

Past Imperfect – #104

The store detective grilled the intruder: “Do you really expect me to believe that you broke into this store in the middle of the night and did not have illegal intentions in mind? That you accidentally put on all the latest fashions and were about to walk out […]

Past Imperfect – #103

It had never crossed Leslie’s mind that this selfie might attract unwarranted attention. But as she gazed lovingly at herself in the hand-crafted mirror, she noticed Mrs. Claus rushing up behind her, bellowing something about Santa delivering presents where he shouldn’t, as evidenced by the familiar North Pole […]

Past Imperfect – #100

Him: “I don’t know why we’re doing this. I only went on this date so my parents would quite pestering me about the fact that I haven’t shown any interest in women since birth. I want to stay in my father’s will, naturally, because an inherited lifestyle is […]

Past Imperfect – #98

Despite the expensive couture and the clever way in which the liquor bottles had been lit, the bartender could sense that something was amiss. Then he realized that a young Hannibal Lecter was seated to his left, ensnaring an innocent. If the bartender played his cards right, he […]

Past Imperfect – #97

In yet another example of municipal ineptitude, the citizens of Little Rock had to endure this spectacle, wherein it became clear that the town council had not properly considered all aspects of the Keystone Pipeline Barrel Delivery System. The hole was not big enough, a phrase rarely heard […]