Hump Day Kick Start – Chained Edition

Hump Day Kick Start – for your muse, a writing picture prompt, or just a visual treat.


Tell me about today’s prompt. What’s their story? Why are they chained? Is theirs an enemies to lovers story? Could this a shotgun wedding? A final wish granted before they are executed? A bet gone horribly wrong?

What’s your take? Tell me a tale or caption the pic. I’d love to hear from you.


3 Responses to Hump Day Kick Start – Chained Edition

  1. jbrayweber says:

    BTW…this was a fun movie.


  2. Jeff Salter says:

    The grizzled priest nodded solemnly. “Do you, Salma, take Antonio to be you lawful wedding movie husband?”
    She held up her hand. “Give me a moment, Father,” she said. Then, turning to Antonio, she added. “So tell me about this cow Melanie Griffith. Is she going to stay in the picture… or just be another passing ship?”
    “You’re talking to me about passing ships?” replied Antonio. “What about the leaking boat called Pinault? You think he’s hot just because his first two names have a hyphen?”
    “We’re not talking about body temperature here, sport,” she replied. “But while we’re at it, why don’t you cut off some of that mane? When I saw you in the dressing trailer today, I thought you were a woman.”
    “Then you must’ve spotted the wrong side of me,” he replied.
    At this point, the priest cleared his throat loudly. “Shall we continue? Or do you two have too many issues to settle at the moment?”
    “Continue,” said Antonio.
    “Cancel,” said Salma.
    “So which is it?” asked the priest.
    “Cut!” screeched the director. “Script! What on earth are you two bickering about? This is a wedding scene. You’re supposed to be a happy couple. Just read your lines.”
    Salma glared at the director. “We never got the new pages, and your assistant told us just to ad lib.”
    “Ad lib as what?” asked the frustrated director.
    “As a normal everyday couple,” replied Antonio.
    “Where did you get your experience with normal everyday couples?” asked the director.
    “I used to work on a popular soap opera,” said Salma.


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