Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Prompt “Your/You’re/Yore”

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It is Saturday Stream of Consciousness time again. This week’s prompt is Your/You’re/Yore. Linda Hill says we can use all or just one. She has ordered us participants, to enjoy so that I will. If you want to know more about this prompt visit Linda at https://lindaghill.com/2016/08/26/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-august-2716/

Your/You’re/Yore/ by John W. Howell © 2016

“Say again.”

“Your, you’re, yore.”

“Are you having a brain freeze or is this talk like a pirate day?”

“No. I’m telling you the prompt for this week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday.”

“What? Never heard of that stream unconscious Saturday. I will inform you that most of my Saturday’s are unconscious.”

“It is consciousness not unconscious.”

“Who cares anyway. So we have too much to drink on Friday. Conscious, unconscious. What’s the difference?”

“You are slow sometimes. I was trying to tell you about this week’s prompt.”

“Now there’s something I know about.”

“Know about what?”

“Prompt.”

“What about prompt? Man, you are almost on my last nerve.”

“Never late. That’s me.”

“I could have predicted something like that from you.”

“Why? I think being late is a bad habit. Look at me. I believe promptness is next to godliness.”

“Yeah, I’m sure you do. To the point, though. Are you going to help me with these words?”

“Help you do what?”

“Use them in a story.”

“Didn’t you just do that very thing?”

“This doesn’t count. You being an idiot doesn’t count. I mean a real story.”

“Okay. Ahem. Once upon a time there were two guys talking. One came out with your, you’re and yore and wanted the other to help him making up a story. They both talked for a while when it became clear that it was time to go and get a beer. The one who the other thinks is so dumb spoke. ‘Why don’t we go to your bar and have a drink since you’re so uptight. Then we can relax  and tell tall tales of yore while we get drunk.’ There you have your story.”

“The bar part is a good idea. Not sure the prompt use will fly.”

“Trust me. If we go now, we won’t be too late for the free appetizers.”

“Prompt right?”

“Yup.”

 

 

26 comments

  1. Happy Saturday, John – and happy Caturday to your kitty.

    …”most of my Saturday’s are unconscious.” Now there’s a worthy aim! Mega hugs

    1. Yes. Think of the line of unconscious clothes, accessories, and snacks. Happy day to you and kitty as well. 🙂

  2. Good one! Love the way your mind works, John.

    1. Thanks GP. Could you put in a good word with my wife? 😀

      1. No way – I’m not getting in the middle of THAT one!! 🙂

  3. Another chuckle! Your sense of humor always shines through whatever you choose to write. Happy Saturday!

    1. Thank you, Jan. You made my day. Happy weekend to you. 🙂

  4. One of these days I need to indulge in an unconscious Saturday. 🙂

    1. Ha ha ha. You have earned it.

  5. LOL! Good one, John! Happy Saturday…enjoy the day. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Jill. Have a super Saturday as well. 🙂

  6. Nice one John. Any story that ends in a bar, is a good story for me. Especially on a Saturday. I hope to get these on times today, you know, prompt.

    1. A bar is a good place. Thanks, Dan.

    2. A bar is a good place to begin a story as well. Thanks, Dan. 🙂

      1. I’m heading out in about an hour to “conduct some research” John. The things we do for our readers 😉

      2. Someone has to do it.

  7. Promptness is important. I wish we’d have been more prompt for date night last night.

  8. Promptness is your priority because you’re anal about timing, just like in the days of yore. Good job, Mr. John!

    1. Well done, John. You ought to join the fun.

      1. Interesting thought… introduce SCoS to the folks on planet Genesis. You have me thinking… (that’s a major feat!)

      2. That would be fun (S0CS)

  9. If you think promptness is next to godliness, you need a new dictionary.

    1. Maybe across from godliness.

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