Wasn't Me

Wasn't Me

A Story by Green Regol

Caught in a Lie Story Prompt


"I swear to God, that is not me," said Dylan, staring me in the eye and doing some karate-chop action with his index finger. But what was he pointing at, the air?

I frowned. "You didn't even look at the picture."

"I don't need to; it's not me."

"So it's your twin, then?"

"Don't have a twin. Trust me on this, okay? It's not me. Somebody, uh, photo-shopped that. I mean, come on, why the hell would I kiss some other blonde girl?"

"Blonde girl?" My frown deepened as I looked back at the picture. "This is you in leotards."

Dylan's eyebrows came together. "What? Lemme see that." He tore the picture from my hands.

"So...You were kissing some blonde girl?"


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Added on March 22, 2018
Last Updated on March 22, 2018


Green Regol
Green Regol


Green Regol, author of “Forgive the Monster,” hails from Pennsylvania and is a recent graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, making it out alive with a Bachelors Degree in Dra.. more..