PROJECT 543.75

Sunday Photo Fiction – August 23rd 2015

Sunday Photo Fiction is a weekly writing challenge where a photo is used as a prompt for a piece of fiction using around 200 words. The piece doesn’t have to centre around exactly what the photo is, it can be just used as a basis for a story. This week’s photo is an intricate looking wristwatch, so you can use the image in any way you feel you want to.

An intricate looking wristwatch

Project 543.75

Seiko was scanning the area, but didn’t see Invicta.  He saw Timex and said, “do you think Invicta will come to work on this project?”

“He’s always reliable, so it’s just a matter of time before he gets here,” replied Timex.

Invicta walked in just as Timex was finishing his sentence.

Bulova was putting the spring in place and noticed Timex was not working on his part. He said, “hey, do you need a hand?”

Timex yelled, “No! I need two hands!”

Bulova said, “alright, but give me a second.”

Timex mumbled to himself, “Bulova is really ticking me off!  He is always too slow or too fast and he knows how precise everything  needs to  be.  We need to band together and get this project working.”

Invicta, the CPA, was an expert in arranging numbers, so he started placing them in the proper order.

Everyone knew that the project will be visible through the crystal face, therefore, making it priceless.

They looked up in time to watch Battery walk in and spoke in unison, “well, look at how powerful he is!  This project sure will be a gift to society.”

 Words (191)

Copyright © 2015 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

10 thoughts on “PROJECT 543.75

  1. Very ingenious. I would never had thought to use so many time elements to run the story from start to finish. Very funny. I liked it a lot.


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