She noticed the knives missing from the butcher block right away.
Then the house went completely dark.
“Okay you guys,” she laughed, the sound laced with anxiety, “cut it out.”
She wished she had checked the time on her watch before the lights went out. She felt like she had been babysitting the evil twins for days instead of hours.
She heard a rustling outside the window. They had gone outside.
She mumbled under her breath and opened the closet door to grab her jacket.
The twins jumped out.
“Trick or treat!” they shouted as the door opened…
She noticed they had a knife in each hand.
Write up to 100 words, fact or fiction….
This is a themed writing meme hosted by Jenny Matlock. The goal is to write something that does not exceed 100 words (not including said prompt). The prompt this week is in bold.
15 thoughts on “A Cutting Sense of Humor”
Creepy stuff, and, oh so vivid. Great centus!
Scarey. And I am creeped out too. Great post!~Ames
dark…well done…and all in the spirit of Halloween…Peace
A little to gory for me! Great writing!
haha! I never thought about the Chucky doll, but you’re right! Perfect comparison!
LOL! Those little monsters reminded me of that evil doll Chucky! What a great story! Thanks for sharing!
ok, really. UGH, I am creeped out…please tell me they are just playing, even if with knives….URGH….you got me…this was very well written
spawn of the devil they are! oh the poor babysitter.
Oh my. What evil little children!
Mine is here. http://razzamadazzle.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/trick-or-treat/
What the heck? Are these twins from The Omen, LOL .. Scary kids.
Yikes. I don’t imagine they are paying her nearly enough to watch those little ghouls! Nice, tight writing, very well done! Kat
Ohh, that is scary. And two of them huh..?
I would not have opened that door if someone held a knife to my head!! Oops! Did I say knife??? Excellent!!
gruesome tale . brilliantly done
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