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Six foot down

After 10 years Blake informed me that he had met someone and he was leaving.  He packed a few things and left me crying.

A week later I was finally able to convince him to come to dinner so that we could discuss the divorce.

I placed his favorite meal on the table and offered him a glass of wine.  We both agreed to enjoy our meal, then talk.   After dinner he complimented me on the Marsala and asked me what I did differently.  I held up the poison I had seasoned with and said “Til death do us part”.

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41 thoughts on “Six foot down

  1. debseeman on said:

    Oooo! Now there’s some revenge. Cold. Calculating. Deadly. Nicely written.

  2. This is funny and a nice twist.

  3. A woman scorned….!
    Well; she really ‘got her man’…. 😉

  4. I LOVE it! I used to tell my ex that they would never guess I was poisoning him because I was putting ground glass in his meatballs! LOL

  5. Bahahahahahaha! EEEEEEEEvil Wooooman! 😉

  6. Hahahaha, this was great! It reminded me of Roald Dahl’s “Lamb to the Slaughter”.

  7. That’s one way to keep him around!

  8. welcometograndcentral on said:

    In the book/movie ‘Prince of Tides’ the wife fixes dog food for the husband’s dinner. Your poisoning reminded me of that, and sadly, both scenarios made me laugh.
    I think there’s something wrong with me…

  9. Aka Teraka on said:

    Ouch! Scary.

  10. I wonder…would he have left if she had made different versions of the recipe from time to time?
    Great accompaniment for the song!

  11. LOL… Nice writing..x

  12. A powerful twist !!!

  13. Ha! Delicious revenge! Very wicked. 🙂

  14. A woman scorned is not to be trifled with.

  15. Well. He had to die now, didn’t he? 🙂

  16. She’s cashing in on her ten year investment. At least she kept her end of the vows…sort of 🙂

  17. I like her thinking – just hope the poison’s untraceable.

  18. Cha-Ching! That’s one of those times that boy ought to have paid attention to what you were saying in the first place. Nicely done Deana… great song choice too!

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