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Humor

Get ready for a laugh with a light-hearted humor read.

Children
Colin Devonshire

The Colour of Lies

The author’s note: “This story is written in good faith. And only meant to be read by ‘little people’ under the age of fourteen. And

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Brandon Riess

Happy fn new year

I’ve had a year into the new month and I have a few questions. One of which I would like to pop off immediately, before

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coming of age
A.K. Noctua

My First Time Trying Pozole

The pristine light of the summer sun smacked me across the face. The massive jackhammer in my head told me we had danced in the

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LaTina Lucero

It’s in the Attic

One night, some time ago, I was having trouble sleeping. It wasn’t that I was tossing and turning- not at all. Instead, it was because

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birds
Marguerite Floyd

Birds Aren’t Real

I love birds. They make me happy and are endlessly fascinating.I also love conspiracy theories. No matter how outlandish I’m always ready to listen, even

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A Christmas Carol
Glenn Whitlock

Bezos, Musk Unfazed by Christmas Visits

“They’ll continue being rich, selfish assholes” - Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. December 26, 2021 Just a day after receiving a litany of visits from the ghosts

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cosy
Colin Devonshire

One Star!

“Thank you, most entertaining. That was the most tasteless meal I’ve ever had the misfortune to not eat. I was going to say eat, but

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comedy
Blaise T

Facebook 

Local area, getting together , having a great time. We used to host get-togethers, or simply hang out parcels. In any case, increasingly more we’re

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Fiction
Alex Markham

Little Bets

Her school blazer was a washed-out red and a torn pocket hung open. Her grey boys’ trousers were concertinaed over scuffed black shoes. Her Janet

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Memoirs
Judean Derby

Memoirs of a Tissue Box

I feel so used. There’s that nasty hand again. Reaching out for me. She hasn’t even washed it since the last time. I remember being

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dark comedy
Tim McDaniel

Therapeutic

 I usually leafed through a National Geographic while I was waiting for Dr. Ishkanian – looking over the Table of Contents, first, to see if

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You’re 70?

You claim to be 70, but it’s hard to believe It’s really not the age we perceive I’ve got the proof, friend of mine You

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flash fiction
Tanya Hall

A Night of Passionfruit

A 500 word first date flash fiction. Pasito is an Australian passionfruit soft drink.  “Tomato sauce?” “Prefer barbecue.” “Summer or winter?” “Winter. I like watching

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#pets
HC Holmes

Walk in the Park

The park was peaceful, grass blowing in the breeze, day lilies bobbing on their stems and dogs barking at the birds. Idyllic serenity broken by

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D & D
Tim McDaniel

To the Winners

 Thud the Timorous, of the Kneecapper clan, sat in a corner of the dusty chamber, his hands over his eyes, saying his prayers to Stonemaster.

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science fiction
Adam Hrankowski

Don’t Confuse The Two

“You’ll have to leave a small deposit,” said the shopkeeper. “For security.” I had just scribbled my mark at the foot of a three-page document,

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Mental health
James Armstrong

Cold Shower Challenge 

So last week, during a couple of days of unusually high temperatures for the middle of Spring, I decided I would take the cold shower

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The meme of my generation

The cat jumped over the fool and you laughed and laughed and laughed Your minds are made of pudding and you laugh and laugh and

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amazon
D. David Croot

G…

I know I want it I need to hear you say it It shall curl around your tongue It shall be the ivory plaque I

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animals
Erik Peeples

Am I Dead 

There were no bright lights. There was no gate. Not even a stairwell in sight. There were only flames; ember-imbrued hues that coated the inside

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Tze Mo

Yellow for me

I stumbled across I ran across I flew across For you If I saw you it’d be yellow If you weren’t there it’d be blue

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Boomers
Dj Robbins

Me

This past Christmas was the first time I felt like it was okay to be me and to like what I like.  Growing up I

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George Washington
Tim McDaniel

A Little-Known Historical Fact

“You know, Billy,” said George Washington, “When I was a young boy my mother used to say something to me, by way of encouraging me

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Datta M

White lies

Sometimes we can’t call someone all we can do is sitting hopelessly and miss them, Letting go isn’t easy. Letting go of anything or anyone

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multiverse
Sunny Sorbet

Multiverse of Destiny

Chapter 3: The Two Robed Men I’m standing stark-still behind the heavy curtain. My heart beats so loud I swear that the approaching men can

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Sunny Sorbet

Multiverse of Destiny

Chapter 4: Magic As gentlemen do, the two robed men scrambled to help the beautiful statue upright herself. Not that they could help her because

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couples
Secareanu Viorel

How Often Should Couples Have Sex?

Have you ever wondered if the amount of sex you’re having is normal? But it’s important to remember that every relationship is different, with different

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humour
Colin Devonshire

Grow Up!

“Grow up, can’t you?” Sammie asked her brother for the tenth time that morning. “I enjoy playing, what’s wrong with that?” Phet answered. Songkran, the

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Beet Root Royal Palace color

Beet root Beet root, Who are you? I am crimson red, fleshy sweet tap root, Found underground plant, I also have green, Color broad leaves,

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#women
Jennifer Aldao

Is it Men or Just my Face?

I swear I must have one of those faces, a face that says, “Please explain basic things to me, I don’t know anything about the

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Student of Science!

I was sitting in my chair and this really old memory popped up in my head… I studied in a boarding school and we used

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Fiction
Alessia May

Cheap London Flat For Rent

Maggie approached the unfamiliar door and nervously took the key from her pocket. She noticed that the doorknob wasn’t where it was supposed to be,

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#kids
Brandon Diehl

Neighborhood Watch

The time has come. The time to protect this subdivision and all its fair inhabitants. I kneel down and adjust the playing card in the

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flash fiction
TzeLin Sam

The Missing Doormat

“This is absurd!” My husband, Christopher’s voice had gone up a notch higher as he exclaimed. The receptionist kept repeating herself, “Sir, I’m sorry but

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how to live funnily
D. David Croot

Hired to Kill Pop Music part 2

My niece arranged an internet hookup by putting a few slightly exaggerated details and a photo of me in the dark, kinda like Brando in

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arse
D. David Croot

The story of Summer time! Stan and Beanie 

The best thing written on Simily perhaps?? https://simily.co/all-stories/d-davidcroot/the-best-thing-written-on-simily-cothe-beautiful-fuck-up/ —– Stan and Beanie – There’s a legend that surrounds the onset of summer There’s a blueprint

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Woof Language 

WOOF ! WOOF ! WOOF ! Translated – MIND YOUR LANGUAGE ! Woof woof woof , woof woof woof woof . ( repeat as many

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A different kind of lad

Wren Donoghue doesn’t know it yet, but by rescuing two orphan boys, he changes his life forever! Wren is a broken man with physical and

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CoreTechs Inc

Every single day is the same for me. I like it that way. At the crack of dawn, I wake up to my alarm, get

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covid
Alex Markham

Thus With A Kiss

It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that anyone wanting to ensure a romantic dream date should book an upmarket restaurant, choose a bottle of wine

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bacon
Rebecca Band

Bacon is Always Better Than Flowers

When expressing sympathy for someone’s loss, bacon is a far better choice than flowers. 1. Flowers will inevitably die, reminding us of our imminent mortality.

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politics
John Welford

Vote For Me!

Vote For Me – you know it makes sense I’ll scale every wall and climb every fence I’ll swim every moat and fight every foe

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Absurd
S.C. Mae

Mandarin Alley

Nobody knows who’s been leaving those messes at the back of Mandarin Alley over the last six months. Not every night, but often enough. Mandy,

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children's poetry
Michael Robert

Sickly Fred

The sniffles were the first to show, Followed closely by a cough. His nose got bright red and began to flow, The symptoms were real,

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comedy
Blaise T

Modern Romeo

Angel: You know, lower back in the olden days in which maidens and princesses simply existed, there has been someone referred to as Romeo. Classic

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action
Alex Markham

The Mutinous Mule

I was a trained professional killer operating behind enemy lines. The lieutenant was not as convinced as the army basic training unit that I was

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Canada
Jim Latham

Not Quite Canadian

I couldn’t figure it out. Was there something on my face? Was my fly open? I hadn’t made it halfway across campus from the bus

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celebrity
Andrey Lukyanov

Smoke

Got a light? Oh no, I don’t even smoke, it’s just for the screen you know, feeling like Mickey Rourke here. I remember watching Nine

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We Weren’t High

‘Did you see that?’ ‘See what, Lola?’ my sister grumbles. It’s Friday night, Sade and I are carrying out our weekly ritual: watching a film

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dark
Donald J. Bingle

Protest Seen

It wasn’t my fault. I was just minding my own business when it happened. I mean, really minding my own business. I was just walking

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