Old Tech Problems

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Pete has invited Marsha to take a sneaky peek round the apartment he will be renting

“Nice place, Pete. It has an arty, antiquated vibe about it. I love… Why is there a tin can hanging from a string on the wall?”

“Oh, that’s the  telephone.”

“Does it work?”

“Well, it hasn’t rung yet.”

“I’ll try,” Marsha picks up the can, listens to it. Taps it on the wall. “HELLO HELLO? Nah, the line’s dead.”

“I’d better get an engineer on to it then.”

Published by mike olley

Mike Olley writes short fiction. He has two collections of very short stories available, Better and Mind Clearance. His work has also been published online as well as in several anthologies. Originally from London, he spent a few years in Spain before a quirk of fate brought him back to live in an English seaside town. He now spends his time gathering storylines washed in by the sea.

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