SPF: A Hellofa Ride

“She sure is a beauty! How long did you say you had her?”

“‘Bout four months now and I’m surprised she’s still around. Have had lots of “Looky Lue’s”. But also a lot of “No Can Do’s.”

“Your price is a little high.”

“Well, my God man, she’s a 1968 Rolls Royce! They don’t come cheap! They’re like some women, cost you a lot of money and then take you for a ride.”

“Haha! But at least the Rolls will take me on a good ride!”

“So, what’s your decision man? Wanna buy her?”

“Sure, I’ll buy this Rolls. I’m already in love with the angel on the hood. I’d say it’s a car good enough for the angels.”

The car salesman noisily cleared his throat while thinking, I think it’s best I not tell him it had belonged to Whitey Bulger,


Thank you to Alistair Forbes for hosting the Sunday Photo Fiction Challenge and providing our photo prompt today. Every Sunday he gives us a photo prompt and approximately 200 words with which we use to write our stories. The challenge is fun and addicting and everyone is welcome to join in the fun. For more information, check out this link: SPF

 

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25 thoughts on “SPF: A Hellofa Ride

  1. I would love to take a ride in one just to see what all the fuss is about. I don’t have any circle of friends with a car like that, and haven’t seen a car like that to even get close enough to look inside. Nice story, Joy.

  2. I wouldn’t mind someone else owning it and taking me for a ride. If I owned it I’d have to build a garage, and put too much time in to taking care of it!!!! 😉 But it sure is pretty…… 🙂

  3. Hmmmm….I looked up Mr. Bulger! Fun when you add some ‘history’ to a piece.

    Thanks for stopping by Taken to Task. It was just odd how the place waited to add our ‘tips’. So our company via cell phone alerted us to this odd pattered of small amounts. At least if anyone else come to the front desk with the same issue ‘they’ll’ have a ready explanation. Truth is oft stranger than fiction 🙂

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