Flash Fiction: Doo-doo Day

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot for Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.

NOTE:
A stand alone sequel to Choo-Choo.

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Blue Fairy sighed. Come to the mortal realm on The Fairy Express for fun and games, they promised. False advertisement. Mental note: leave a one star review.

“Why so blue?”

Brown Fairy crossed the threshold and entered the building carrying a sack. Blue’s nose twitched. Poowee, what is that awful smell?

Brown tossed lumps onto the stairs as Blue glared, her aura blinding with disgust.

“What? It’s doo-doo day.”

“I don’t understand.”

Her words met with his smirk. 

Humans stirred from within the building. Brown and Blue hid outside. Squeals echoed down the hall. Chaos as poop met with heels.

Blue closed the door, the lock clicked. Bodies banged against the wood. 

The fairies cried tears. The trip worth it after all. 

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