Montezuma's Revenge at 1000 feet

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Montezuma's Revenge at 1000 feet

Post by LajesticVantrashellofLob » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:32 pm

If you’ll look out of the plane, you’ll see that we’re passing over Mexico, the pilot droned through the intercom.

Meanwhile, in the plane’s stuffy bathroom, I doubled over in pain.

Don’t go to South America, mother had said. The water isn’t safe. Also, your body houses an Aztec god and if you get too close to his temples you might burst into flames as he is reborn.

I never believed her, and now here I was clenching my bowels.

Suddenly the pain faded away.

I flushed.

Deep in the bowels of the plane, Quetzalcoatl’s disembodied spirit hated his existence.
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Re: Montezuma's Revenge at 1000 feet

Post by bell » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:41 pm

Holy Shit!

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What would have been written.
If they hadn't died first.

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Re: Montezuma's Revenge at 1000 feet

Post by Phenopath » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:54 pm

Ah, a drabble which honours the finest traditions of the Drabblecast.

In reverse, I remember flying back to the UK from Morocco and doing the first solid poo in four weeks in British airspace. Sorry I had to share.
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