Welcome to another exciting edition of Flash Fiction Friday, where Tom tantalizes us with a sexy photo and we tell you what we see! Be sure to click over to his blog, Three Spelling Mistakes to see what he and others wrote. My take is below. Here’s this week’s challenge:
Word Limit: 200
Word Bonus: +10, per inch, of the biggest cock you’ve ever handled
Required Word: Suit
Forbidden Words: Penis, Cock, Prick, Dick, Dork, Dong, Pecker, Johnson, Wang, Elvis
Extra Credit: What does he do for a living?
There was a tap on my office door and I looked up as my assistant stepped into the room. “Sarah… the next one you’re interviewing for the project manager position is in the conference room. But you can’t hire this one,” she instructed me.
“Why not?” I asked. She never says stuff like that.
“He’s too Handsome… with a capital H!!” She sighed. “He’s got it all… smile, shoulders, abs, ass and a huge…”
“Esther! You can’t say that. Looks have nothing to do with the hiring process! I can’t write ‘too good looking’ on the form when HR asks me why this candidate didn’t get called back,” I protested.
“But he will be trouble. Mark my words. It was all I could do not to lock the door and have my way with him! I wanted to suck his dick so bad!” She warned me.
“Esther! I’m shocked! I’ve never heard you talk like this! What did you drink for lunch?!” We both giggled.
“I had a diet Coke, same as always. Seriously, Sarah… his dark suit fits him perfectly. He made me lose my reason!” She explained.
“Well… I should be fine, then. Our tastes in men have always been polar opposites. Remember that skinny guy in Accounting you thought was a dreamboat? Bleh!” I reminded her.
“You’d better go… shouldn’t keep him waiting too long. Might as well get it over with,” she told me. I gathered his resume, the job description and my interview questions sheet, heading off down the hall.
I cracked the conference door to get a look at him before he could see me, see what made Esther act so strangely.
She was right. I stepped into the room and locked the door.
290 words. 🙂