Wordle #125 – Tiffany in the Bar


This week’s words: Anfractuous (adj) characterized by windings and turnings; sinuous; circuitous) Stretch Bar Wine (it can be any type of alcohol really) Sashay Tipsy Shiggles (abbreviation for shits and giggles: feel free to add your own slang terms and abbreviations) Dance Charming Playful Twilight Customary

Tiffany leant against the bar grateful for it being there. Her mother had on more than one occasion in the past warned her of the dangers of allowing herself to become tipsy as she put. But in Tiffany’s anfractuous mind she was more pissed than tipsy. Her mind when she got into this state was a troubled place. Her brain wanted to control the situation and at a stretch you could argue it did, but her reality was her mouth did most of the thinking, which was customary after drinking copious amounts of wine, no matter what the flavour if it came out of a bottle with a potential cork in it she was fine with that.

She could even convince any man in her sight to buy the stuff for her. All it took was for her to sashay up to him in her most provocative and playful way and he was putty in her hands.

The issue she had no control over was her behaviour, which resulted in the inevitable shiggles she was subjected to. In her more than tipsy state, she had little to no control over her body. When she took to the dance floor, it seemed every part of her sashayed whether or not she wanted it too.

There was nothing very charming about her and as the years went by and the twilight of her years approached she became the subject of more shiggling than she enjoyed.

But right now as she propped herself against the bar, she aimed to get to the ladies room, where her anfractuously addled mind told her relief could be found.


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8 Responses to Wordle #125 – Tiffany in the Bar

  1. crimsonprose says:

    Shiggles: I love that word. It reminds me of the shrigs my characters often have when my fingers hit the wrong keys. Ho-hum, he shrigged

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