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Saturday Story: Satsuma Battleship (For FTP)

When Jack came home, he saw a basket full of satsumas. His mother was busy preparing for dinner. He took three satsumas and some forks. He jabbed three forks to each satsuma.

Suddenly, Three alien machines were circling around him, he had no way to run. He tried to shoot them with his conventional weapon. The big machine easily dodged the bullet and started firing him with laser beam. He hid behind a rock and started shooting again. One of his bullets hit one of the smaller machines. He tried to open it and thinking he could use it to fight back.

“What are you doing? Stop turning everything to alienship from that book! You’re too obsessed with that War World alien book!” His mom ruined his imagination, “Now eat that Satsuma!”

“Yes, Mom,” He peeled the Satsuma and grumbled, “It’s The War of the Worlds not War World Alien.”

Total: 150; Word: Fork (150 words)

Another flash for Flash in The Pan hosted by Red @ M3~Where Everything Matters

The inspiration came from this image on deviantart:

Any given corrections on grammar and critics on the story are more than welcome. Do share them in the comment 🙂

About Novroz

I actively maintained 2 blogs. My personal blog is about things that I love: Turtles, Books, Movies, Music, Larc en Ciel, Muse, Cillian Murphy, The Mighty Boosh and many more. I also help my 3 super cute turtles, Kroten, Papoe and Kurome, to maintain their own blog: http://kamekroten.wordpress.com

11 comments on “Saturday Story: Satsuma Battleship (For FTP)

  1. Alice Audrey
    April 28, 2013

    It looks like something my kids would do. I was wondering what a satsuma was.

    You really got into that book. 🙂

    • Novroz
      April 28, 2013

      Imaginative kids are always like that … I myself used to be like that.

      Well…actually, I really got into Noel Fielding 😉
      I have never heard him said orange, always Satsuma. At first, I wanted to give link to what satsuma is…but then I thought, nah let it be.
      Anyway, here’s a bit about satsuma http://whatscookingamerica.net/Q-A/Satsuma.htm

      • Alice Audrey
        May 1, 2013

        You’re first explanation of Satsuma was plenty. I had no idea you got it from Noel, though.Are you saying War of the Worlds didn’t leave an impression?

        • Novroz
          May 2, 2013

          I have never that word before till Noel said it.

          Well, it was good because I still can’t believe he has such great imagination at that time…but the story itself, as a whole, isn’t that memorable for me.

          • Alice Audrey
            May 2, 2013

            One of the biggest handicaps of SF is the “at that time” factor. All the good ideas from SF get turned into reality.

  2. Dennis the Vizsla
    April 29, 2013

    Mmmm, satsumas …

    • Novroz
      April 30, 2013

      Tempting fruit, right? 😉

  3. Caroline
    April 29, 2013

    I was like that as a child and still are sometimes. 😉

    • Novroz
      April 30, 2013

      Me too 😉
      Somehow I believe reading makes people an active imaginer

  4. Red
    June 9, 2013

    Love satsumas. Never turned them into aliens, though.

    • Novroz
      June 10, 2013

      I never done it myself…but a kid might do 😉

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