Young Ones Get Married

Friday Fictioneers 100 word story – Hosted by Rochelle.

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Proclaimers – Let’s Get Married.

Young Ones Get Married

“Remember our nights in the Barrowland Ballroom. It was wild jigging and dancing. We went mad when Lulu sang ‘Shout’ and then there was ‘Let’s Twist Again.”.’
‘Oh Jack, you were lapping around me like a puppy.’
‘Ten times asking; are you dancing? You said not on your nelly.’
‘Bugger off, I said.’
‘We were wild, rocking around the floor, – everyone watching.’
‘What went wrong, Jack? Look at us.’
‘Fifty years, and they’re still watching.’
‘Aye, and I am still waiting. Are you asking?
‘Oh Maggie, enjoy the moment.’
‘Jack! It’s our tune “Let’s Get Married”.’
‘Yes, I know.’

22 responses to “Young Ones Get Married

  1. Aww this is nice, a romance of the ages. Sounds like they’ve outlasted everyone. Perhaps it is their time at last

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  2. Fond memories – not as far back as Lulu, but I went to a few nights at Barrowlands in the 90s and 00s. Hopefully it will survive the current shutdown.

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  3. Are ye dauncin’ hen?
    No. It’s just the way i’m staundin’

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  4. i guess better late than never. 🙂

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  5. This makes me wanna shout woo shout woo…..!

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  6. I love the good feelings and fond memories in your story. An, it’s not cheesy at all. It’s funny when one of us writes a feel-good story, we sometimes think it comes off that way.

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  7. Dear James,

    I guess it shows that it’s never too late. Nicely done. (Not cheesy 😉 )

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  8. Per your comments – what’s wrong with a little cheese? Though this is rather sweet… Never too young for love!

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  9. I liked the voices you used for the couple, especially Maggie’s ‘Bugger off, I said.’ And it’s not a bit cheesy. It’s mature!

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  10. I enjoyed your story so much that I went back and read it again, so as not to miss anything. Yup, still a good story 🙂

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  11. A feel-good offering. Loved it.

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  12. Great, James. I’ve been told to bugger off in many a dance hall. I can relate but it all comes good in the end. Nicely told.

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  13. Old people are so sweet. Time changes some things and others stay the same.

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