Wednesday, 27 June 2018

WORDS ON WEDNESDAY.

      Words this week are provided by  LEE.
     Caricature.Undercurrent.Multiple.Dominent.Confident. & Ultimate.

Aloysius was as the first child of Anne Smithers and a supposed unknown father, not at all like the other five siblings of three girls and two boys., aged between four and twelve years who constantly provided an *undercurrent of misbehaviour.

Hardly poor, her husband Fred the father of Josie the eldest girl, who had wed Anne Smithers to become  Anne Brown.  Fred Brown had been a *confident person until the day he stepped into the path of the local bus when leaving the 'Hare and Hounds' Public House thereby suffering *multiple injuries and his *ultimate fate.

Fred had been a * confident person and due to his good fortune in landing a  substantial win on the football pools made himself a great catch for the impoverished Anne Smithers who was still a somewhat vivacious young lady and very wealthy on the demise of her husband Fred. and subsequently bedded most of the local studs in the small market town of Sodbury Marsh-not far from the village of Frogsbottom, mentioned in an earlier tale of debauchery.

Anne Smithers and her brood of brats were the dominant sources in any undercurrent of dodgy business, such as shoplifting, bashings and school bullying, the leader of the pack being Aloysius who was quite large for his fourteen years.

Aloysius was not a pretty boy but one most artist would enjoy painting or draw in *Caricature; his name came from his father so it was believed the local priest at the time who was a spitting image of Aloysius who years before had  employed Anne during her early years as a flower lady at his church, and subsequently deflowered Anne accordingly...

Anne, being she was with child became enamoured of Fred, Fred being nouveau riche Fred was also quite handsome and a good catch but also was a drunkard of sorts and as mentioned earlier got himself knocked off by the local bus.

As time passed, a visiting Lawyer to the town heard of this local tale with great interest and like most ambulance chasers, knew he was able to make a tidy sum from the misery of the pub accident and successfully sued the local bus company then  wed the plaintiff to ensure  his share of the wealth he acquired would  be put to good use by marrying the plaintiff. whereby the crooked family of Filcher - Smithers lived miserably ever after.

This story has no connection to any sane living person.

VEST Daily Gaggle, Back soon.

14 comments:

Lee said...

Hahahahaha! Of course it has no connection to any living person, Vest. They were all run over by a bus! lol

I love it! Well done! :)

Elsie Hanlin. said...

I sure am glad I'm not a member of that crazy mixed-up family.

Vest said...

Lee. Thank you for your appreciation. These types of people do exist.

Vest said...

EH. Some families live complicated loves regardless of income and status. Thanks for calling.

Vest said...

If by chance you may notice this. The theme for most of my Words for Wednesday, the coming month of July, will be HAPPINESS.

A. Chaser. said...

Very well done. but the essence of this yarn will probably offend the single-mindedness of some of your visitors, hence lack of response.

Vest said...

A. Chaser. The opinion of a Legal Eagle I presume, and what is more you are probably correct, I have not been made aware of the fetishes of those who call here.

Vest said...

All words are simply just small clothes Pegs to hang Ideas on I also have larger pegs which I use To hang Original Ideas I am aware That smaller pegs are widely used by writers however mine are still in the box unused wrapped like they were delivered long ago.

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A Chaser & Son. said...

Decyphering your previous statement suggests plagiarism is rife among us and that is probably not far from the truth. we all use the same words but it is the order in which they are formed and the number of words in that order that are borrowed Which creates the big 'P'. Many differing peg sizes are used within my profession.

Vest said...

A Chaser. You are a determined person, likened to a leech. It must be raining where you are otherwise you would be on the golf course with your devious cronies, anyway thanks for your enlightenment.

Anonymous said...

P P P. is the term I would use to describe the problem. Partly and Prose. being the outer words, the big R fits nicely in the middle

Vest said...

Good heavens, what now . This post is closed no more bilge please I am dead tired of it all.

My Friend Albert.

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