Flash Fiction Friday Neglect


Mandy glanced at Rob. The stripper’s butt was right over his head. The room was filled with their friends, and he was on the damn phone. Frustrated, she straddled Lizzy’s lap and let Lizzy bury her face between her breasts.

“Oh honey! I love your tits!” Lizzy kissed and sucked Mandy’s breasts. Mandy pulled her dress higher, letting Lizzy touch her pussy. Lizzy’s fingers worked up under the panties and stroked Mandy’s wet clit.

“Ahh, right there,” Mandy groaned out loud and looked over at Rob. He hadn’t noticed. He was still playing that stupid numbers game. “Put the phone down!”

Rob looked up, saw the Mandy and Lizzy sandwich and smiled. He took a sip of his drink and went back to his game.

Mandy growled, and Lizzy drowned it with a kiss. “Just ignore him. In fact, let’s go to my apartment. I have a brand new vibrator. The latest ‘Rabbit’.” She gave Mandy’s clit one last stroke. Mandy wriggled against Lizzy’s hand in pleasure. Mandy thought about it for a moment. She kissed Lizzy and stood up. “Rob.”

He didn’t move. “We need to talk.” Pulling the phone out of Rob’s hand, she finally got his attention. “Rob, enjoy your bachelor’s party.” He smiled at her, and reached for his phone.

“Okay.” he went back to playing his game, oblivious to Mandy’s emotions. Mandy dropped her ring in his drink, turned with Lizzy, and headed for the door.

“Oh, and for the record, the wedding is off!”


In this day and age where most people have their noses stuck to their phone, I couldn’t resist this little party piece. My last naughty phone call was so long ago, I didn’t think it would count. So… Our challenge this week was:

Word Count: 250

Bonus Words: Tell us about your last naughty phone call (+50)

Required Phrase: Put the phone down

Forbidden Word: Answer, Respond

Extra Credit: Make a naughty phone call from work, or to someone at work

Oh, and be nice to your lover. Put your phone down for a night!

6 thoughts on “Flash Fiction Friday Neglect

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    1. Thanks. It is amazing that people let their phones run their lives. In the mundane world, I frequently remind people in meetings to shut off their phones.

  1. My daughter had to envoke a “no phones” rule when her friends came over because all they did was sit on the couch and text other friends. I liked your ending, just the way it should end when she’s being igrnored.

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