This is a flash fiction story about alcohol and sex.

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Brianna Frost and Jennifer Lee were best friends.  They were undergraduates at the University of Pittsburgh.  One sunny afternoon Brianna used her cell phone to confess to Jennifer that the night before she had slept with two guys at the same time.  Brianna had a hangover.

“No you didn’t,” Jennifer said.

“I was drunk,” Brianna said.  “I mean really drunk.”

“Are you telling me you actually did two dudes at the same time?”

“I guess I did,” Brianna said.

“What were you thinking?”

“I told you I was drunk.”

“Girl,” Jennifer said, “there’s not that much alcohol in the world.  Do you know who they were?  Do you even remember their names?

Brianna said, “Lloyd Price.”

“The football player?”

“And Tony.”

“Tony?” Jennifer said.  “My Tony?”

“I’m sorry, Jen,” Brianna said.  “I am so sorry.  You don’t know how sorry I am.”

No answer.

“Jennifer?” Brianna said.

No answer.

“Jen?” Brianna said.

No answer.

“Jen, please.”

Jennifer said, “What’s Lloyd like?”

The End

A Young Woman’s Lust

My blog is the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette

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  • Uma Shankari on May 8, 2009

    Hey, that’s neat, Guy.

  • Janet Aird on May 9, 2009

    Funny!

    Thanks for your comment on my story (Downsized).

  • Eugene on Jun 15, 2009

    Wise and true.

  • Babyface Jam on Jul 22, 2009

    I was drinking water at the same time, and I ended up spraying it all over the floor. Wasn’t really funny when I thought about but it shocked me. Nicely written.

  • Nyconz421 on Jul 28, 2009

    Hahahaha, that was great man.

  • Guy Hogan on Jul 29, 2009

    Hi, Uma, Janet, Eugene, Babyface Jam and Nyconz421:

    I didn’t know the end of this story until I started writing it out with pencil and paper. When that last line came to me I knew the story was over.

  • oldster on Aug 15, 2009

    Great story, told as a joke, interesting idea.

  • Guy Hogan on Aug 16, 2009

    Hello, oldster: the ending of the story was as much of a surprise to me when I wrote it as it is to the reader when the reader reads it. Isn’t creative writing wonderful?

    http://www.writinghood.com/writing/thoughts-on-writing-flash-fiction/

  • lillyrose on Aug 29, 2009

    Hahah…brilliant!

  • Guy Hogan on Aug 29, 2009

    lillyrose, I get a kick out of this story every time I read it. The ending was a surprise to me, too.

  • Redburn on Sep 10, 2009

    Outstanding story man.

  • Guy Hogan on Sep 12, 2009

    Hi, Redburn: This is one of my favorite stories because of the twist ending. The ending is a surprise but it makes perfect sense.

  • BeatsMe on Oct 26, 2010

    Nice joke. :D

  • T. S. Lewis on Oct 26, 2010

    Alcohol is a hell of a drug.

  • wonder on Oct 27, 2010

    An instant sponge cake, a great play of talent here.

  • Purnomosidhi on Oct 27, 2010

    Funny! Thumb up!

  • Val Mills on Jan 11, 2011

    Great ending!

  • tiffi on Jan 21, 2011

    Nice story! I came here from the character developing page btw :) this is really funny!!

  • Linvio on Jan 23, 2011

    very simple yet very effective to give me a smile… the ending is genius!

  • Cyni1106 on Apr 24, 2011

    Cool, The surprise ending puts an instant smile on your face. What a twist, but tipicle of today’s attitude. You nailed it brilliantly. Great piece.

  • Aiyanna on Apr 24, 2011

    Well, had uni classmates tell me this and it was a different kind of an experience listening to them argue about who they wanted to sleep with and could never find any other place but the dining room to discuss this… Think its the day and age to find out about the apples and pineapples and how they taste before trying it out for themselves…. Good one!!!

  • Jduval on Apr 24, 2011

    Like the twist!

  • quiet voice on Apr 24, 2011

    ….Truly funny, unexpected ending. Good work.

  • sloanie on Apr 24, 2011

    There were three in the bed and the football player said,
    Who’s giving h_ _ d. Just running with the story Guy!

  • deedaG50 on Jun 7, 2011

    Surprise ending. Love it.

  • LoveDoctor on Dec 21, 2011

    I really like the ending. Good work. I’m here now reviewing the guidelines and reading some of the stories.

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