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June 23, 2016

Order,order!

"I Guess it was him. Yes, it had to be him as yesterday he had said he would give a call," She mumbled, as the thoughts about their blind date flooded her vision.

The connection was weak and from what she could make out, he said," will be at the doorstep by seven and ..," something about her odour."

They were meeting and she had to be her fragrant best was all she cared about. 

She got busy asking friends about fragrances to make it an evening to remember; still, something seemed amiss to her.

Ready by 6.45 she waited for him; peeping through the window, pacing across the room, sitting down  to start the ritual again after a minute.

Sharp at seven the bell rang, making her heart thump severely and when she opened the door with a  perfect smile on her lips, a hand holding a box stretched towards her; "Ma'am, your order  and kindly pay in cash."
BARATHON
Aug 1st: Stranger than fiction

This post was originally written for Six Sentence Stories

11 comments

  1. So much for her use of fragrances! I doubt she will ever forget the word and her circumstances regarding it.

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  2. So much for her use of fragrances! I doubt she will ever forget the word and her circumstances regarding it.

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  3. What a great story about a mix-up! Sounds like something i would do.

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  4. Ha haha haaaaaa oh my....very good!

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  5. Ha haha haaaaaa oh my....very good!

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  6. lol (started smiling at the first line, laughed at the end...nicely done!)

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  7. A funny, twisted tale, poor girl!

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  8. Ha Ha.. Nice word play there.

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  9. HHeehe! That was so funny, happens to the best of us. Damn these phones and networks!

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