100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week #131- Roger the Night Demon

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…when the night demons visit…

 

Hello

Hello

You don’t look frightened.

I should be?

Yes I’m Roger the night demon.

Roger?

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!

Not enough?

No.

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.

You think?

Doing my best you know.

I think you should drop the hello.

Really?

Go for the hairs on a person’s neck.

Wont that frighten them?

I think that’s the idea mate.

Oh!

 

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34 Responses to 100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week #131- Roger the Night Demon

  1. JackieP says:

    Haha! Poor Roger the Demon, I think he’s destined to be a janitor. Good one Michael.

  2. Lyn says:

    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.

  3. Oh Michael, you made me smile!! I needed that just about now, thank you!! 😀

  4. Bastet says:

    Looking at the prompt I didn’t expect to be tickled but terrorized…good one Michael, I prefer tickles 🙂

  5. Charlie Alford says:

    Ha ha! Poor Roger – who ever heard of a friendly demon. Thanks for the chuckle 🙂

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  7. ahhhhh you had me at hello, 😉 very funny mate.

  8. Funny and witty in your own unique style.

  9. mrswtheschoolvolunteer says:

    Brilliant, a nice twist (i.e. the night demon not being scary). I like your style.

  10. RoSy says:

    LOL – I like Roger. 😉

  11. Steve Lakey says:

    HaHa! Roger the Friendly Demon!

  12. Gina says:

    The naiveté of the demon is oddly charming. Your interpretation is sublimely unique.

  13. Imagine that. A demon who doesn’t want to scare. Ha ha. Imaginative.

  14. b00kreader says:

    Ha! What’s in a name anyway? 🙂 You had a great flow to your story beyond the humor, well done!

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