DUMBFOUNDED DUPLICATION

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“It’s in that drawer.” He marched to it confidently. “Found it?” He opened the drawer but found various types of tools, of which, let’s see… pliers, a kind of screwdriver… this looks like a hammer with a double blade at one end, it has to have a name, and, hold on, two more. So one is a chisel, the other is not. They do look similar, though. Small chisel and big chisel? “I didn’t know which size you preferred.” She grabbed the small one. “You do know that’s not really a chisel?” “You mean the big one?” “Yes.” “Yes.”

In response to: https://carrotranch.com/2019/03/14/march-14-flash-fiction-challenge/

13 Replies to “DUMBFOUNDED DUPLICATION”

    1. “Not that one…” three words that sum it all up perfectly! Same situation here except it’s the woman in the story. I used my mother as inspiration. She’d know the difference between a chisel and whatever the other thing was! 🙂

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