Doughnuts"Every culture around the world has their own version of a doughnut," she said. "That doesn't change the fact that they're all just fried dough covered in sugar. Having a different name for something makes it cultural, and most people like cultural."Doughnuts5 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
"You don't like cultural?" I asked.
"No," she said. "I like doughnuts."
HomonymsDarren was carefully pouring a jug of water into his biology textbook.Homonyms1 year ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
“What are you doing?” asked Miss Markham.
Darren looked up at his English teacher. “The exams are coming up soon, so I’m pouring over my books.”
Miss Markham sighed. “It’s not ‘pouring’, it’s ‘poring’.” She beckoned to Darren. “Come and take a walk with me, young man. You might learn something.”
Going down the lane, they came across a path leading away from the road. A young woman in a flamboyant white dress and an older man in a morning suit were just about to start hiking down it.
“Ah! Excellent—here’s a good example to begin with,” said Miss Markham to Darren.
She stopped and addressed the girl. “You know, this isn’t a bridal path. It’s a bridle path—for horses and their riders.”
“Oh…” said the bride. “You know, that does make