…when the night demons visit…
You don’t look frightened.
I should be?
Yes I’m Roger the night demon.
Why’s everyone say that?
Well it doesn’t actually strike terror into a person does it? Hi I’m Roger the night demon, boo!
I’ve been to so many places, it’s my initiation. Scare the life out of someone or end up a janitor.
It’s your technique.
Doing my best you know.
I think you should drop the hello.
Go for the hairs on a person’s neck.
Wont that frighten them?
I think that’s the idea mate.
Written for : http://jfb57.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/100-word-challenge-for-grown-ups-week-131/
Haha! Poor Roger the Demon, I think he’s destined to be a janitor. Good one Michael.
You think? There’s hope for everyone you know, even the Rogers of this world. Thanks Jackie for reading and your comment.
Thank you Jackie, it was a fun one to write despite the word limit.
LOL oh dear, poor Roger. That was fun, Michael. Very much your style of humour I think 🙂
The only Roger I know is the dog on the Schmacko’s advert. I think he’d do a better job of scaring someone than Roger the night demon.
I think my Roger was more your work experience type of wannabe demon. Thanks Lyn for reading and your comment.
Oh Michael, you made me smile!! I needed that just about now, thank you!! 😀
My pleasure my aim in life will be to make you smile when I can Oliana. Thanks for say I did.
Ah now you made me laugh, thank you, kind Sir.
Looking at the prompt I didn’t expect to be tickled but terrorized…good one Michael, I prefer tickles 🙂
Thanks Georgia I like that lighter side of terror.
Ha ha! Poor Roger – who ever heard of a friendly demon. Thanks for the chuckle 🙂
Your are welcome Charlie thanks for reading and your comment.
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ahhhhh you had me at hello, 😉 very funny mate.
Thank you Jenny, happy you got the joke.
I’m clever I is 🙂
Funny and witty in your own unique style.
Thank you Kim happy you enjoyed it.
Cute. Very cute.
Thank you Laura happy you thought so.
Brilliant, a nice twist (i.e. the night demon not being scary). I like your style.
Thank you mrs school volunteer I am happy you enjoyed my piece. Please call again.
LOL – I like Roger. 😉
Thanks RoSy, there’s a timid monster in all of us I think…lol
HaHa! Roger the Friendly Demon!
Thanks Steve he was friendly and somewhat naive.
The naiveté of the demon is oddly charming. Your interpretation is sublimely unique.
Thank you Gina appreciate your comment.
Imagine that. A demon who doesn’t want to scare. Ha ha. Imaginative.
Thank you so much. Appreciate your comment.
😀 You are welcome.
Ha! What’s in a name anyway? 🙂 You had a great flow to your story beyond the humor, well done!
Thank you so much, happy you enjoyed the tale.