Nina Sharma Longre June 2, 9 minutes 2, words. The first night of our vacation, I wake up in the middle of the night needing to pee. I have a love-hate relationship with my bladder. I hate how much I have to pee; it feels as if upon the hour sometimes.
But the lateral motion was a turn off.
So, I waited like a fool. They just looked at me and shrugged their shoulders. I wish I could scream, but it would only pull the plug that abated the flow of discomfort swishing inside me. Just needed to use the damn bathroom.
And they were standing right outside it. I returned to my childhood days when my mother would run after me. Her irritable words coaxing a wet response. But the sound from my mouth died like the hope inside me, and the women continued to stare like I was a talking parrot. It was time to hold my crotch and bob up and down, flexing my knees like a tribal dancer. A desperate, last attempt to save myself from dripping embarrassment.
Both women pulled back their shoulders and pinched their noses like they could smell the impending disaster. Finally, some hope and understanding.
But his reality is little more than a swearing idiot. Category: FictionFlash Fiction Story Tags: creative writingfiction writerflash fictionfunny storyhumorindie authormicro fictionreading fictionshort storywriting community.
That was a hilarious read. I have been in situations like that as well. I absolutely love the way you write, in general.
Please let me pee! – flash fiction story
Keeps the readers hooked. Thank you so much! Just dug your comment out of spam. I have no idea how it got there. That could be a weird story. Appreciate your encouraging words. So, maybe a happy ending not that kind, get your mind out of the gutter! The constipation of one-sided conversations can make the most elegant swing about like monkeys.
Speaking of happy endings, in this case it would have been contrary to the burst of the dam of the Yellow River. And now after reading this, my mind is definitely staying in the gutter. Shame shame Thank you as always for the delightful and colorful banter. Soak it in warm water and avoid heavy work for 2 weeks. He mixed tap water with dog poo, urine samples from his wife and daughter, and then pleasured himself into the mixture. Your tap water is too hard. Use softener.
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Your dog has ringworm. Give it antibiotics. Your daughter is on cocaine. Get her to rehab. Your wife is expecting twins. Not yours. Get a lawyer. Thank you for shopping at Asda. This post is so hysterical, I nearly wet myself!
A story about having to go
Who needs more posts like this? Wee do! Urine rare form today! Shame on me for missing this. This joke is hilarious. It says a lot about toxic concoctions. And Asda must be pissing over the moon for such an accurate diagnosis. You are creative in your own writing as well as sharing such wonderful side jokes and stories. I think I now expect them from you.
When you have a really desperate need to pee!!
Now, methinks you are merely humoring me, Terveen of House Gill, for that joke was anything but hilarious. And such instances often tend to be funny when you are able to look back at them. Good that you have been able to! Thank you, Sohrab! And yes, such situations are frustrating, causing a person to reach the heights of desperation.
Wish you many more laughs in the future. This is great. Awesome job capturing the physical and emotional experience here. It was a challenge to write from a general perspective. After all, everyone needs to pee.
Appreciate your support! A Chinese train? Of course……no English. It seems the protagonist chose the door less opened.
Mind over matter when you gotta hold your pee can be impressive
Oh my, what a funny story, Terveen. A blowup bubble of privacy?
Sheesh Terveen what would onlookers say? I know what I would say…get knotted, when ya gotta go ya gotta go as we Orstalians would say ……. A mini version seems like some type of diversion. I think take the best option and just do what you have to do. Don, this is hilarious! Imagination is a great tool Terveen…many are too grounded in the real world to let go and fly…. My poetry is simple Just flows out of my brain Sometimes it comes out drivel Worth flushing down the drain. I admire your spontaneity. That is real talent. You did get the whole situation exposed well in this write Terveen, lol.
When you gotta go, you gotta go.
Please let me pee! – flash fiction story
I can relate. Years ago on the way to see the band Chicago in Hollywood, CA, we got clogged in a massive traffic jam on the freeway.
I was about to burst, so asked if anyone had a cup. Miracles of miracles! A girl sitting in front passed me a tin collapsible. It was such a relief I felt no shame.
I need to pee
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Terveen is an Indian author based in Chandigarh, India. A qualified Computer Engineer, she uses tools such as feelings, thoughts, and actions, and codes them into stories that reflect the complexities and absurdities of life and beyond. A thorough professional, her passion for writing is neatly packaged within her expertise and versatility. Nothing can escape the scope of her words. She's the author of graphic novels, short stories books, and writes and directs short films.
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