Argument (flash fiction)

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Argument

 

“It’s easy for you to judge others, but you never take a long look at yourself do you?” said Jocelyn angrily.

“I’m not the one who’s done anything wrong here.” Sharlene countered. “But if I had done anything at least I would have the integrity to admit it.”

“Integrity?” Jocelyn shot back. “Since when have you had any integrity?”

“Well I have more than you. When you do something wrong you deny it and blame others.”

“Whatever.” Jocelyn stormed out.

Sharlene shook her head. Maybe she shouldn’t have accused Jocelyn of taking the last chocolate cookie.

 

Joanne Fisher

 

Word count: 95 + prompt.

 

This was written with the prompt judge provided by Sammi Cox’s Weekend Writing Prompt #115.

 

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11 thoughts on “Argument (flash fiction)

  1. Oh wicked. Never accuse someone of taking the last chocolate cookie. Nonchalantly remark that the cookie is gone. And wonder what might have happened to it. Especially if said someone has a period due. πŸ™‚

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