“This is genius,” thought Arthur. “Nobody is ever going to find me in here. I am quite literally the best at hiding.”
Arthur reached into his pocket and pulled out a packet of chewing grass.
“Ppfftt,” he said out loud.
Another hour passed.
“The thing about hiding,” he mused, “is that you’ve got to think outside the box.” Arthur laughed out loud before quickly covering his mouth with a hoof.
Downstairs, Trevor, Martin and Brian heard the bleating laughter from the storage cupboard. They exchanged glances, smiled, and returned to their game of poker.
This piece was submitted as part of Friday Fictioneers, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. 1 photograph. 100 words. Sometimes over 120 people taking part.
Apologies for not commenting as much last week. I ran out of time thanks to work, family, work, cooking and usual daily stuff amped up to 11. I do hope to read a lot more of your stories this week.
And hey, if you still can’t get enough of silly flash fiction– why not check out my eBook, People Watching. US link here, UK link there.
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