Trifecta: Brilliance in under 33 minutes

This Trifecta is going to have to be a rapidly thought out affair. My topic is what the world would be like if everyone had a Siamese twin. Thank’s for the suggestion Nukemm33, and by the way, if you haven’t seen his blog, he is kind of genius at providing great word porn (although his commentary on my blog might be my favorite part), so you should check it out.

Trifecta’s word is thunder –
3: bang, rumble (the thunder of big guns)

It shouldn’t have bothered her so much. Everyone had a Siamese twin. Some were just more annoying than others. Hers took the cake. Since they were attached at the shoulder, sort of back-to-back, Sara wouldn’t even see it coming. The thunder of the gun shooting a bullet into her sister’s head sounded more like a cymbal proclaiming the end to a long, horrible ordeal. Now to saw the body off…

61 thoughts on “Trifecta: Brilliance in under 33 minutes

  1. Also, wait. If you are in a wheelchair and your Siamese twin is in a wheelchair…how the hell do you both get around. I mean is one of your kind of hanging out the back…or is it some kind of cool duel wheelchair invention. Maybe it’s kind of like those spinny rides at the carnival where there’s a big wheel and everyone spins it and then you want to spin one way but your sister wants to spin the other and your mom picks her way because she always picks her side because she loves her more and thinks you’re just a …..sorry, got kind of sidetracked there. Great story.

    • Why do you think I shot her? Mommy won’t find out cause she’s dea…umm, she’s DEA, or is it she is a dear, yeah, let’s go with that. I don’t know where my dear mom is. (don’t look under the maple tree out back).

  2. Aah! That was definitely not what I was expecting when you started talking about Siamese twins. Fun, though! I like the bit about the cymbals! Very nice touch.

    • Thank you! I tried to imagine life as a Siamese twin, and I couldnt imagine both of us surviving. I just am one of those people who really needs alone time. Sad but true.

  3. You make me giggle with delight every time. Particularly this time, as I envision the gymnastics she’s got to be doing to liberate herself. Nothing, I’m sure, that a full-length mirror and a long chainsaw can’t accomplish……….. πŸ˜†

    • Is it weird that each time I read it I laugh? Thank you for thinking it creepy. That is the most appropriate response. There is just something wrong with me I think. πŸ˜‰

    • Sorry, it took me so long. It would be weird if they shared an organ, but maybe she could just get one of those tupperware containers and cut the organ out of her dead sis and put it in the container and then superglue it on. That would be better than having no alone time.

  4. Gah! I mean, really, GAH! πŸ™‚ I love how you took it to the line and then crossed right over. Sawing her off? (Frankly, that seems rather difficult, unless your Siamese twins were also contortionists…)

    • Yeah, it would be hard…maybe she could saw the head off first with a hacksaw. Or maybe she could just lean up against a grinder or something…

  5. Thanks for linking up with Trifecta this week. What a gross, disturbing little story you’ve given us here. The comments are entertaining as well. Nice job giving us a little shock of the unexpected here. It’s always welcome. Hope to see you back again soon.

  6. “Word porn”… that’s great! I’ve heard of gun porn and camera porn (only once or twice… I was going to set up a category on my blog with that name but checkened out). Ahh, the infinite flexability of the English language!

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