A Taste of Nature: Another 100 Word Story

The spray struck her full in the face. She gasped in shock, then erupted into a fit of giggles.

Smirking, he pulled her back from the ledge and used his shirt to dry her face.

“Well? How was your first taste of whale spray? Gross, right?”

“No way,” she retorted with an unabashed grin, “I just felt and tasted the magnificence of nature!”

“Only you,” he laughed, eyebrow cocked and head shaking. “Anyway, you think that tasted magnificent, just wait’ll you taste what comes next.”

With a mischievous grin, he grabbed her ankles, lifted her up and slid her overboard.

33 thoughts on “A Taste of Nature: Another 100 Word Story

      1. Was it not a betrayal for you to ask me for whale noises?!? I thought you liked ME! Do I look a whale? Don’t answer that, actually.

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      2. Well, since a blue whale’s is measured in tens of feet, I think that proof isn’t going to be forthcoming, so I guess you are not defeated.

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      1. I still have a few of yours on my fun file…to be read when in dire need of a smile.l..looking forward to it my friend, you do have a talent and you always crack me up….or scare me a bitπŸ˜€ have a great day dear friend, yay Monday….not……πŸ˜€ K

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