drabble (plural drabbles)
A fictional story that is exactly 100 words long.
The purpose of a drabble is brevity, testing the author's ability to express interesting and meaningful ideas in an extremely confined space.
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At 67, Sir John approached the Pearly Gates. A man of substance, he'd been a great philanthropist, giving money and supporting 'fallen women'. This was acknowledged with a knighthood.
"You're in the wrong place!" St Peter, pointed downwards, "You're expected down below."
"But I've given so much to fallen women!"
"It says on my list that you're a serial wifebeater, opportunist lecher and mysogenist."
"I demand a reassessment!"
"Only the Boss can overrule. There's a bit of a wait... stand on one leg over there."
After 900 years standing on one leg came the call.
"She'll see you now, sir!"