Light and Shade: Lather, Rinse, Repeat


“Didja get that camper clean boy?”

“No, not yet”

“How come then?”

“It’s a mess Grandpa. It’s been parked under that tree for like, forever. And, all ya got to clean it with is dandruff shampoo.”

“Read the directions boy. Lather, Rinse, Repeat. Get on it!”

“Aww Grandpa… I got the new PS6 ‘Zombie Zebra Apocalypse’ game today. I can wash the camper tomorrow.”

“Listen here ya little shit. If that camper ain’t clean I can’t sign the title over. I seem to remember you’re takin’ a driver’s test next week.”

“Sorry, Grandpa. Lather, Rinse, Repeat. I’m on it!”


Here is the picture prompt:
camper

Image taken by Lyssa Medana

 

 

 

 

Here is the quote:
That is one of those instructions that are so much easier to write than to carry out. ‘Just pop the pill down the cat’s throat’ is another one.
The Housewife’s Handbook, 
Rachel Simhon

100 word  or less challenge – Light and Shade

Daily Prompt: Dream Teacher

Daily Prompt: Dream Teacher

You can choose any person from history to teach you any topic you want. Who’s your teacher, and what do they teach you?


 

Running from the car park to class the mantra “Oh shit, Oh shit, Oh shit” played over and over in my head. The words were perfectly synchronized with the pounding of my feet on the pavement. I was running late and I don’t like to be late, especially on the first day of class. I got to room 302 in the Murrow Building and screeched to a stop before I eased the door open.

A large man dressed in a black suit stood behind the lectern at the front of the class. Written on the chalkboard behind him, in a frightening hand was:

Theology 101
Dr. Lucifer

“Come on in TN,” he turned his smoldering eyes on me, “You’re just in time.”

***

Running from the car park to class the mantra “Oh shit, Oh shit, Oh shit” played over and over in my head. The words were perfectly synchronized with the pounding of my feet on the pavement. I was running late and I don’t like to be late, especially on the first day of class. I got to room 302 in the Murrow Building and screeched to a stop before I eased the door open.

A smiling man wearing a brown leather flight jacket and pleated khaki trousers stood behind the lectern at the front of the class. Written on the chalkboard behind him in firm block capitals was:

PRINCIPALS OF NAVIGATION
W. W. CORRIGAN

“Come on in TN,” he said with a Gulf Coast drawl and grin, “You’re just in time.”

***

Running from the car park to class the mantra “Oh shit, Oh shit, Oh shit” played over and over in my head. The words were perfectly synchronized with the pounding of my feet on the pavement. I was running late and I don’t like to be late, especially on the first day of class. I got to room 302 in the Murrow Building and screeched to a stop before I eased the door open.

A tall mustachioed man with a shock of white hair and big glasses stood behind the lectern at the front of the class. Written on the chalkboard behind him in neat script was:

Intro to Industrial Design
Prof. Roy Brown Jr.

“Come on in TN,” he said, “You’re just in time. We’re about to discuss the pros and cons of taking risks with your designs.”


 

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