“Archaeologists believe this was built by Druids around 2000 BC .They think it’s their Fertility God. Can anyone guess why? ” I asked , snickering, pointing through a fence that kept inquisitive tourists far away.
My story normally turns juicy now and everyone would be in splits at my Phallic jokes. Good laughs equals good tips. Most importantly no questions on the story’s historical authenticity. Just then I noticed the tween girl . I had forgotten all about her!!!
It wouldn’t be proper. My snicker turned sober. I mentally scrapped the usual script. Today my tip jar would be empty …like that grain silo turned Fertility god by the Tourism department gods.
The above 108 word story is written in response to the 100 word photo challenge posted by Rochelle Wisoff-Field each week. PROMPT -© Marie Gail Stratford
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