Just 4 Fun # 34

A long weekend which didn’t feel like one since mail alerts from the office nagged me no end 😦

Height of work pressure:

I was flashing my ID card instead of  unlocking the house door with the keys.

I don’t login to youtube thinking it will be blocked. Until I realize that I am at home.

I end conversations with friends saying, “Ok bye… in case of any issues will call you back”

After a hectic week, went to a movie. In the middle of the movie, when I wanted to check the time, I kept repeatedly glancing at the bottom right corner of the Theatre Screen.

I open my lunch box in the roadside to see, whether I am going to office, or coming back from office 😀

If you do any of these, it’s time for a break!

Okay? Now how about


K! Gotcha 😀

Just relax your mind


Treat yourself to a chocolate milkshake 🙂


A shower perhaps


Make sure to utilize every drop!


Be careful! The trees are on a rampage – first they eat up houses, then cycles what next?


For some more fun and cool Minions, hop over to Rekha’s blog  😀

Hope you found something that you enjoyed – none of which are mine by the way. I received all of them as forwards/shares and am just keeping the fun going.

Have a super week and don’t forget to have some fun as well 🙂

And do let me know your favorite – or better still post your own and leave me a link I will be along in just a bit.

Double Standards


Double Standards

Words 100

“Did your parents agree to our wedding?”


“Why not?”

“They were skeptical about the morals of a girl who was living in.”

“Didn’t you tell them you insisted?”

“Even if I did, it wouldn’t make any difference.”

“Why not?”

“How could you give in to my demands?”

“I love you. I cannot refuse you anything.”

“If you can’t stand up to me, how will you stand up to the world?”

“Don’t you love me?”

“I do.”


“I cannot go against my parents’ wishes.”

“If you cannot stand up to them, you don’t deserve to stand by my side.”


Written for the Friday Fictioneers – a story in 100 words or less. Thanks to Rochelle for hosting and Dale Rogerson for the photo prompt. To read the other stories inspired by this prompt, click here.

Thank you for reading.