Last Night Of Freedom

Kevin the wolf was getting married.

He’d told his best wolf, Jim, that he didn’t want an over-the-top bachelor party but Jim, being Jim, hadn’t listened.

Eight pints and five shots later, here they all were in full fancy dress attempting to grab a late night bite on the way home. Barry had suggested a curry, Colin wanted a kebab but Jim, being Jim, had something else in mind.

He opened the gate he’d been leaning against, and out poured a waterfall of wool-on-legs. “The wool-ter’s lovely,” he bellowed, as the flock merged with the pack, “dive on in, lads!”

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42 thoughts on “Last Night Of Freedom

  1. Dear Peter

    Sounds like quite a bachelor party. You’ve made me hungry for Greek food now.



  2. Nan Falkner says:

    Good story and I really liked it! Cute! Nan 🙂

  3. karin says:

    Not so much a late night more an early morning!

  4. high five and raspberries says:

    That Jim ! He’s the best, bestman ever!

  5. Sandra says:

    Hilarious! 🙂

  6. That’s quite the wolf buffet there. 🙂 This is really funny stuff.

  7. katherine says:

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    • MrBinks says:

      Thanks – and cheers for the link, I’ll check it out. Is it something you’re running or taking part in?

    • MrBinks says:

      Ah, you appear to be a scammer. Ta ta.

      • Katherine says:

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  8. Ah, to be young and ravenous….

  9. This is fun. I like the repeat of Jim, being Jim

  10. Unless you’re a wolf, I’d say that’s a good place to stay away from. Humorous and well written. XD —Susan

  11. kingsleycw13 says:

    Om nom nom indeed – ewe did a great job, love it!

  12. Jan Brown says:

    Groannn! But a gyros sandwich does sound nice 🙂

  13. Ah those wolves in fancy dress – I hope Jim doesn’t end up getting them all arrested the night before the wedding 😉

  14. I love the concept of a ‘best wolf’ 🙂 And I too need to eat lamb now! 🙂

  15. ContactRida says:

    too baaaaahd for the sheep:) great take!

  16. wmqcolby says:

    Gosh, Mister B.! Hilarious! In fact, my story has a main character getting married named … Kevin, too! Going to be a great week. Fun!

  17. Ade Branwell says:

    This is great, very funny. I loved the fact he had “best wolf” – but then why wouldnt he?

  18. Baaaa-ha-ha! What an awesome take on the prompt.

  19. elappleby says:

    The wool-ter, really, Mr Binks??? Tsk tsk. I am amused and distressed in equal measures 🙂

  20. storydivamg says:

    It figures that wolves would weigh heavily in stories this week. I particularly enjoyed your wolf’s stag weekend. Fun stuff!


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