The Last Laugh

PHOTO PROMPT © Yvette Prior

This post is written for Friday Fictioneers.

Kat wore the flashy amethyst pendant to her “good friend” Sarah’s tea party. Today, she would burst Sarah’s bubble that her holier-than-thou husband had a string of mistresses. Kat smiled maliciously.

“I have the exact same pendant.” The model seated beside Kat pouted. She was lovely and fashionably anaemic.

“It’s a gift from my husband,” Kate supplied.

“And my lover gifted it to me,” the model provoked.

“The colour reminds him of the English …

“lavender – delicate but heady just like me.” The model finished.

Kat, shocked, looked at Sarah. Sarah with her big innocent eyes, smiled.

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About Anshu Bhojnagarwala

Fiction Addict. Agatha Christie Fan.
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31 Responses to The Last Laugh

  1. Dale says:

    Karma, baby…It’s a bitch when you are planning on being one…

  2. Dipika Singh says:

    Oh gosh! What a lovely twist. Like this Friday Fiction prompt, can I also try or do we have any membership kinda thing Anshu?

    • Dipika, no membership.. Just click on the link on my post that says Friday fictioneers. It will take you to Rochelle s blog who hosts this challenge. She posts a picture prompt every Wednesday afternoon, just write a sorry on the prompt, give th credit to the photographer and add to the linky on her post. 😊 Do join

  3. Iain Kelly says:

    Busted. That guy is going to be in so much trouble!

  4. James McEwan says:

    It is nice to share the same tastes, but whose? Nice turn towards the realisation of what was going on.

  5. Jelli says:

    ouuuu, ouch! That bites! 🙂 Great take… such cruelty…hehe!

  6. Abhijit Ray says:

    Whose husband is holier than thou? Kate’s or Sarah’s? It is clear that Kate’s husband is loving more than one woman and gifting them the similar necklace.

  7. Priya says:

    A classic example of “If you dig a pit, you will fall in”.
    good one, Anshu

  8. He obviously bought a job-lot of lavender pendants!

    Click to read my FriFic tale!

  9. Dear Anshu,

    Sarah’s husband certainly gets around, doesn’t he? Perhaps he should vary his line from mistress to mistress. Good one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  10. granonine says:

    The tables have turned. I don’t think I like the two-timing guy.

  11. Secrets revealed, now the real story begins. Watch out, gentlemen. Lovely.

  12. I think we are ready for a showdown… maybe the “man” of the house should remain absent

  13. jillyfunnell says:

    Two two-timing husbands? I think messengers with this kind of information are guaranteed to come unstuck.

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