Tuesday, April 21, 2015

R is for Raccoons


Roger the radical recognized reckless Raylene at the rally.

“Rick,” Roger pointed at Raylene. “Raylene must stay on our radar. She rode a Range Rover into a radio station in Richmond and read raunchy rhymes at a rally in Roanoke.”

“I heard she released raccoons in a Radio Shack in Raliegh.

Roger reevaluated Raylene. Raccoons in a Radio Shack was rather radical. It rocked. He realized Raylene was radiant. Roger roamed the room, recognizing a romantic reaction.

Raylene rounded on Roger, then rushed past, running to retro Roderick, a radiologist. Roderick released rabid rabbits, so Roger ran.

[A drabble is a story in exactly 100 words.]

For a bit of added humor... when the Rs go amiss:   


10 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Well, who doesn't want to release raccoons in a Radio Shack?

Jan Morrison said...

Really?

Tamara Narayan said...

Can you release raccoons there since they've closed so many stores? I guess it would be safer for the raccoons. Yes, that's the ticket. Let's turn all the former Radio Shacks into raccoon dens!

Tamara Narayan said...

Can you release raccoons there since they've closed so many stores? I guess it would be safer for the raccoons. Yes, that's the ticket. Let's turn all the former Radio Shacks into raccoon dens!

Michael Di Gesu said...

RADICAL...

Raccoons in a Radio Shack... Who knew?

Chrys Fey said...

Those baby raccoon are adorable!

Sadly, there's no Radio Shack here anymore.

Keren Amaechi said...

Wow, so many Rs. How do you keep it up and going. Great job.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Run, Roger, run!
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Arlee Bird said...

Raccoons can be vicious. They can do a lot of damage at a campsite if you don't keep all food locked up tightly.

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Helena said...

No, not the rabid rabbits!

Sure, raccoons can be a problem and way to smart for us humans, but I've always loved them.