Triple F, Culligan, And Head Snacks?

It’s time for this week’s Triple F prompt, which I have to tell you the story behind.

It starts with my post on Culligan. At the end, I mentioned that if someone were reading from beyond the grave, I may have to interview them.

I know, I know. Cat out of the bag. At least a little. I spoiled it kinda early. But I’m going to put a twist on it.

And this Culligan experience is responsible for two editions of Triple F, by the way.

So for the Fabulous Fiction Friday prompt this week, here you go:

Your story must contain the following line:

I’ll interview you, if you promise not to eat my head.

Now, for the unraveling of each piece…

This story contains an “I.” Who are they? They could be male, or female, metal, skin, glass, or almost any other material.

How does “I” know “you” can eat any part of them? Have they done some research on who “you” is? Where did they do this research?

Does “you” keep the promise not to eat “I’s” head? That’s something you could explore. Promising and follow-through are very different animals.

By next Monday, it’ll be November! Well, actually, it’ll be November 1st tomorrow, but you get my drift…October 2014 is in the history books.

Make it a good weekend, with great memories, all right?

Until next month,



About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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2 Responses to Triple F, Culligan, And Head Snacks?

  1. Carole Mertz says:

    I had no idea what you were talking about, Ty. But then I read “Culligan” and felt sorry for you and the planet (smile). All that salt wasted!

    • Ty Mall says:

      Appreciate you stopping by, Carole. And sigh…I know. Thousands of pounds of salt, quite literally down the drain, that should’ve been cleaning the filter’s, well, filters.

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