“It’s missing something,” Samantha said as she drew the spoon away from her lips and stirred the pot again.
Petra frowned at her. “Did you remember the eye of newt?”
“Of course! It’s the main ingredient.”
“How about the toad toes?”
Samantha snorted. “They were a pain in the ass. Picking all those tiny nails off?”
“You didn’t have to, you know.”
“Normally not. But the little buggers had been to the salon. I didn’t want nail polish in the brew.”
Petra pointed her own sharply filed nail at her friend and winked. “Good thinking.”
“What else might I be missing?”
“No clue. This is what you get for not writing down the recipe when Zelda was still alive.”
“That’s it! She always used to cry a tear into it. What are we going to do?”
Petra squinted. “I think I can squeeze a tear out.”
“No!” Samantha cried. “Zelda was a virgin. That’s the whole purpose behind this concoction. To help us become born-again virgins, so we can experience having our cherries popped again.”
“Right. So who do we know who’s a virgin. Oh, I know! That Jimmie brat down the street. I’d like to make him cry for digging my asparagus up last spring.”
“Let’s go get him!”
Three months later…
“I think all we’re missing is the last ingredient,” Samantha said as she drew the spoon away from her lips and stirred the pot again.
“Excellent. Little Suzie’s just waking up.”
“Can’t wait to get rid of this penis.”
“Nope,” Petra said, scratching her balls. “Me neither.”
4 thoughts on “That Something”
🙂 Thanks, Sascha.