Tag Archives: silliness

Ariadne

In which I play games with mythology: The usual story is that Ariadne fell in love with Theseus and told him how to find his way back out of the Labyrinth when he set off to kill the Minotaur. Theseus … Continue reading

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Lost Cause—Flash Fiction

“I know I’m not going to succeed. That doesn’t matter. What matters is that I took a stand. I don’t like people bringing their dogs out of the building and just letting them urinate everywhere. I’ve had it. Whatever happened … Continue reading

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The Phantom Unicyclist

Visions of a ghostly unicyclist began to be reported over a century ago and were initially thought to be a sign of demonic possession. The presence was called the “Phantom Unicyclist” (a name that is often still used), and its … Continue reading

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