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Satire Stories





THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BLACK HOLE

4 votes, average: 4.50 out of 54 votes, average: 4.50 out of 54 votes, average: 4.50 out of 54 votes, average: 4.50 out of 54 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5    4.50/5
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March 14th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Inspirational , Moral , Philosophical , Satire , Suspense , Tragedy  |  Author: Dimitre Zlatinov  |  4304 views

First, the man saw the rabbit, then the dog lying few metres away. Something moved behind his back. The man turned up slowly and saw the lioness. Frightened, he looked around, just to discover, that he was on a tiny bare island. Apart from the four of them, only a small patch of sickly yellow grass was hanging pitifully to life between the pebbles. The rabbit, the dog, the man and the lioness looked at each other’s eyes. What they saw there was panic, fear and awe, all mixed up. …

 

Sharkey Part 2-Getting the Messages

2 votes, average: 4.00 out of 52 votes, average: 4.00 out of 52 votes, average: 4.00 out of 52 votes, average: 4.00 out of 52 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5    4.00/5
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February 8th 2013  |  0  |  Category: Satire  |  Author: Daryl  |  833 views

Author’s Note: “Getting the messages” is Dublin slang for buying groceries. ‘A drum of milk, two long pans, a roll of tobacco, 3 pounds of corned beef, a small jar of cribbeen, 6 spuds and 2 bottles of Coke, anything else?’ ‘Ah nah that’s grand, what’s the damage?’ enquired Sharkey. ‘The total comes to about 2 pounds, tuppence and fifty’ replied the shopkeeper. ‘Here’s the thing Michael, me aul ball and chain is after taking me leavings after last night’s bit of drinking. I haven’t a penny to me name …

 

Sharkey-Part 1

5 votes, average: 4.60 out of 55 votes, average: 4.60 out of 55 votes, average: 4.60 out of 55 votes, average: 4.60 out of 55 votes, average: 4.60 out of 5    4.60/5
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January 24th 2013  |  4  |  Category: Satire , Tragedy  |  Author: Daryl  |  1407 views

It was a pale summer afternoon. The day’s work was done and Seámas Ó Searcaigh, Sharkey to his mates, strolled into his local for a much-anticipated pint after a hard day’s work shifting coal. He sat down at his favorite stool, the one closest to the door, and called for service off the pretty red-head barmaid. ‘A pint of the bitter there, Úna!’ He bellowed, his hand slamming down on the bar with impressive force. ‘You’ll get be no more than a pint of me finest cack-water if you don’t …

 

The Silent Swing

2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 52 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5    4.50/5
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January 20th 2013  |  2  |  Category: Moral , Satire  |  Author: geedda  |  1440 views

The Silent Swing… George E Davis aka geedda  I waited in Miss Shaw’s math class room on the second floor; staring out the window onto the playground, focusing on the swing where Eric Green, the school’s most notorious bully had threatened to meet me after school and take off my head, “with one blow” as he put it. I didn’t see Eric anywhere. Was he hiding behind the brick wall at the end of the playground, biding his time? looking out the window, I devised a plan. If Eric was …

 

Veteran’s Day

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November 16th 2012  |  2  |  Category: Fiction , Moral , Philosophical , Satire  |  Author: jls685  |  656 views

It was November 12th 2012, the day that we were celebrating as Veteran’s Day. I was outside a small coffee shop near the University I was attending, drinking coffee and reading. There was a group of college students sitting at the table behind me. “I know what you’re saying because I’m the exact same way,” said one of them—he had a large flat brimmed hat and multiple piercings through his nose and mouth. “I’ve always wanted to help everyone, but you can’t do it, it’s too much to handle, you’ll …

 

Tokyo Nuclear accident 6

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October 10th 2012  |  2  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Horror , Romantic Love , Satire , Suspense  |  Author:  |  732 views

6.Miss Sae When I woke up, I noticed that I was wrapped in that sense again. I felt something like nostalgia with it, if I knew that it was my body fluid. If I said such a thing, Wakako would tell me “Would you like to die?”again, I think. Still,when I touch the body fluid, I felt like that I was following the thing like a memory of the genesis of the life. Surely, after this March, I became to have a nosebleed frequently. Wakako says that it isn’t ordinary. …

 

Tokyo Nuclear accident 4

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October 4th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Horror , Satire , Suspense  |  Author:  |  940 views

4.Yusuke It was not until quite today–September 19– that Yusuke noticed it. He didn’t know what kind of clothes he should wear for the participating in a demonstration. He almost wears the suit which made with full order in 365 days. He doesn’t calm down when he doesn’t wear the shirt with the collar even on a holiday. He has not felt inconvenient that he didn’t have the sporty clothes for example, a polo shirt and the trainer… Although, he was a member of a high-quality sports gym, he was …

 

Tokyo Nuclear accident 3

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September 30th 2012  |  0  |  Category: Drama , Fiction , Horror , Satire , Suspense  |  Author:  |  807 views

When it was decided that my new assignment for Japan would start, I read some books written by my fellows of the Europeans about their experiences in Japan. The exoticness or the spirit of zen, and the taste of Ukiyoe… Even if Europeans become crazy like a patient attacked by fever and pursue such a things in Japan, they felt suffering that they could never enter into Japanese people’s heart. Although all Japanese laughed quietly like a buddha, Europeans don’t understand what all Japanese think in fact. Such a thing …