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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"What do our new, and illustrious, employers require Mr Smith?" The scraping, and squeaking, of an old computer mouse scroll-wheel drifted across the room.
"It appears that we have a quarry Mr Jones. And that we are to eliminate everyone who has made contact."
"Ah! I smell scorched earth Mr Smith!"
"Indeed Mr Jones. Our latest task returns us to good old London town. A family has been contacted."
"Oh dear. I do dislike it when we have to do these Mr Smith."
"I too, Mr Jones. Perhaps a gas explosion this time?"
"Hmm... Quick, clean... I like it."