Microfiction: Mystery Man

Welcome to Microfiction Monday, where an image paints 140 characters, or fewer.

Mid-Century Picnic

Ethan tried not to laugh when the camera snapped. He had been the mysterious man in glasses all along! Or— now he was. Stupid time machine.

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17 thoughts on “Microfiction: Mystery Man”

  1. Ah, those time machines, they can mess it up! Yeah, good to see the guy in glasses getting a bit of the action! Great one for the day, Erik! Hope you have a good week!


  2. Now Ethan is forever the mysterious man in the sunglasses…heartthrob to the girls in his high school class, who remember him always as the studly dude they dreamed about. Good one; I like your unique take on the picture.

  3. A time machine. Interesting idea. Don’t know if I’d like one or not, no matter how much I think I’d like to be 30 again, because the machine might make me 3 again, or 13…
    Scary. But funny.

    Kay, Alberta

  4. Hey thanks for stopping by my blog the other day and leaving a comment, I am so glad you did. I have really enjoyed reading your blog this evening. I can’t wait to read more.

  5. Good job Ethan! LOL — oh the perils of time travel.

    Now if only I could master that, and get to everyone on Mondays!! Jobhunting, Halloween, and a family crisis derailed me this week, but I’m glad I finally got here — I enjoyed this!

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