This is my last minute entry to #MondayMixer. I have used all 9 words... a challenge this week.
Locations: 1) mineshaft 2) biodome 3) campus
Things: 1) coconut 2) tulwar 3) balalaika
Adjectives: 1) intrinsic 2) licentious 3) evanescent
by Lisa McCourt Hollar
Smiling at an evanescent memory, the Professor regarded the tulwar he’d found in his office. Scanning the campus grounds, he wondered how they’d gotten off the island… and how they’d found the biodome.
“He’s knows we’re here.”
“Yes, I know.” Ginger turned from the window, wishing Gilligan would stop playing that damned balalaika. She considered smashing his head in. Mary Ann shook her head, he was a moron but therein was his intrinsic value...
“Maybe we should have left him in the mineshaft and brought the Skipper with us.”
“To what end? You saw what he did to the Howells.”
Ginger shuddered, remembering how they’d found the millionaire and his wife, their bones picked clean by the fat Captain.
She liked Gilligan, but Mary Ann still strapped the coconut bomb to him. The Professor would never suspect him of licentious intent. He would pay for leaving them behind.
Word Count: 150