A Short Short Story–Sexting for Dummies

Margaret’s cell phone rang. She read the short text with disgust. It said, “Breathing hard breathing hard.”

She texted back, “Ray you idiot. That is not how you text an obscene phone call.”

Ray answered, “How did you know it was me?”

“You Moron. Most people have caller ID. You must block your ID, or they will know you sent it.

“Oh. I don’t know how to do that.”

Margaret laughed. “I’m not surprised. You also have to include a nude selfie with the text.”

“What’s a selfie?”

Margaret sighed. “You take a picture of yourself in the nude or just your junk and attach it to your text.”

 “I don’t know how to do that.”

Margaret sighed again. “Well ask a teenager. You also do not call you ex-wife. You’re an idiot.”

“Yours is the only number I know.”

“Why doesn’t that surprise me? Now don’t ever call me again.”

“Can you show me how to attach a picture to my text?” Ray begged.

“Goodbye Ray.”

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