FFF Melody

It’s Flash Fiction Friday time again!  Tom posts a cheery photo (with cock!) and challenged us to write about it!  Whee!  Pop over to his blog to see what he and other bloggers did with this prompt:
Word Count: 250
Bonus Words: +50 if you tell us the last three songs you listened to
Required Word: Melody
Forbidden Words: Ke$ha, Miley, Rihanna
Extra Credit: Before writing, get up and dance to your favorite song!

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“Why are you grinning?” Karen asked.  We were in the pasta aisle of the grocery store on a quiet Tuesday evening, picking up a few items after a lovely dinner out.  
“Was I?  Hmmm… listen to the music,” I instructed. “….I’m bringing sexy back…. those other fellas don’t how to act…”.  She knows it’s my favorite dance tune.  We shimmied down the tile between the Ragu and the Classico. 
“There’s more… tell me!” She demanded.  As the Musak switched over to the melancholy “…quarter after 1 and I NEED YOU NOW…” I answered. 
“Remember that DJ at the beach club – Esteban?”  
“Oooh… he was dreamy.  But he wasn’t interested in girls?” she drooled. 
“He was interested in me,” I admitted.  
“TELL!” Karen shouted so loud the clerk at the head of the cereal aisle leaned around to see if we were alright. The Musak clicked over to “Hips Don’t Lie” and we bopped to Shakira while I told my story. 
“That night in July… you left with… Riccardo?”  She nodded.  
“Tim drank too much.  I told him to sleep it off in his car and danced some more.  Esteban got off work and asked if I wanted to hear the latest Marc Anthony, so we went into his dressing room.  He gave me his headphones.  I sat on the couch while he was changing. The music was so hot… so smooth…”
“What happened?!” Karen whispered.  
“He sat down next to me naked. And switched to my favorite tune… he knows I adore ‘Sexy Back.”
“Whooo boy!  What did you do?”  
“I took off my sundress and gave him the sassiest blow job of his life,” I confessed. 
“Damn… did he…” she pushed for details.
“Oh yes… yum,” I answered, licking my lips.
“You naughty girl!  No wonder you’re smiling!”

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4 thoughts on “FFF Melody”

  1. Music and Memories go hand in hand. For me it’s “Maneater” by Hall and Oats and “I can feel it coming in the air tonight” by Phil Collins.

    I’m glad your girls had such great memories to share.

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