Flash Fiction: Abbr.

by Chris McGinty

He was a consumer of all things abbreviated. He played limited demos of video games, read those college cheat chap books about literature, listened to the fifteen minutes synopses of nonfiction, and watched mini-sodes of TV shows.

He grew up doing lots of fun kids things. He was a rebellious teenager and did some wild things. He went to college and did party and study things. He got married and did spousal things. He sired kids and did father things.

Then he died at the age of 35. It was a unique and tragic death, but that’s all you really need to know.

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