Hi it's that time of the week, the time that gets my brain working. Now I have never been a women of few words so each week I am challenged each week to use only 100 words I mean come on I can use 100 words just to get started .
Below are the rules. Please link up with Jenny and see what others have come up with. Be warned it takes some people a few days to get their literary juices going , me i just say then think later .
The prompt this week is: 'Leave no kidney stone unturned'
Number of words: 105. (including the five words of the prompt)
Style of writing: Any
Additional Pictures: Any
The regular restrictions apply: PG, no splitting of the prompt, play nicely and visit the other entries, any style or genre of writing you prefer. Please display my link button or just a hyper-link back to Saturday Centus. Be careful to link your SC URL to the Linky and not just link to your main blog.
I knew a man that had a kidney stone .He said it was the most painful pain ever .
Hu what did he know , I reminded him as I drove him to the hospital , you have not had a baby.
At that point he realised,that having an argument with a premenstrual women who had two natural and two cesarean births knew about pain especially childbirth related.
Having sat waiting with this man writhing around A&E we finally got seen by some spotty Dr who introduced himself saying this is the nearest a man will get to childbirth pain don't worry we'll leave no Kidney stone unturned.
This is a true story . My ex had been ill for a few days , I had not long past my driving test and he needed to get to hospital . I did have sympathy afterwards .