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A Muck-Up Week Microfiction

By Natasja RosePublished 7 months ago 1 min read
Photo by Tony Tran on Unsplash

”Do you know why you’re in this office, Miss Smith?”

Susie Smith shrugged, not bothering to hide an unrepentant grin. “Was it egging the Principal’s car, or TPing the classroom?”

Her partner in crime -the one who got caught, anyway - sniggered. The advisor scowled, “In the year 2020, toilet paper is a valuable commodity! This is no laughing matter, Miss Pym.”

Susie scoffed. “What are you gonna do? HSCs are over; we don’t have classes to attend, so suspend away.

Their advisor smirked cruelly. “Incorrect. Suspension means punishment assignments to complete before graduating. Say goodbye to your leisure time.”

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Natasja Rose

I've been writing since I learned how, but those have been lost and will never see daylight (I hope).

I'm an Indie Author, with 30+ books published.

I live in Sydney, Australia

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  • Randy Wayne Jellison-Knock7 months ago

    They should have been assigned the rerolling of all the tp. It could have funded teachers' salaries for a year!

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  • Phil Flannery7 months ago

    That's harsh.

  • Mariann Carroll7 months ago

    This was so funny about the toilet tissue 2020. I wonder if they will comply to the punishment?

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