The Sunday Whirl

The young monster dropped his cape to the table, and the battle began. An eerie tune began playing from somewhere outside the room, and the small Count Dracula was looking forward to “bloody good times”, as he put it. Starting to chase the girls first, he grabbed them easily and the blood poured. The Count then flags the newly turned vampire victims in the zone to cover the doors—because no one would be spared.


15 thoughts on “The Sunday Whirl

    1. I keep forgetting to tell you that your comment in – I think it was Wednesday’s one liner? – the walker lady giving you the stink eye—every time I think if it I have to giggle. I don’t know where that expression comes from but it’s a great one. Thanks for the laughs.

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