“Just a flesh wound.” Doc said. “Don’t know what all the commotion was about at this hour. Coulda waited till morning. Bullet didn’t pierce anything important. Went clean through, slick as a whistle. Good thing, though, that you are a little fleshy. It coulda been bad.”
“Good thing I was fleshy.” I wanted to strangle him. “If I weren’t so gosh dang fleshy, I coulda gotten out of his way.”
“I can’t help with the push-away disease.Might lose the fork.” Doc giggled.
I don’t know why this town liked Doc so much. He’s got quite a mouth on him!
Written for Three Word Wednesdays: Week 427: Requirements: Using the three prompt words, create a story.
Clean, adjective: washed, scrubbed, cleansed, cleaned; spotless, unsoiled, unstained, unsullied, unblemished, immaculate, pristine, dirt-free; hygienic, sanitary, disinfected, sterilized, sterile, aseptic, decontaminated; laundered; informal squeaky clean, as clean as a whistle; blank, empty, clear, plain; unused, new, pristine, fresh, unmarked; pure, clear, fresh, crisp, refreshing; unpolluted, uncontaminated; virtuous, good, upright, upstanding; honorable, respectable, reputable, decent, righteous, moral, exemplary; innocent, pure, chaste.
Fleshy, adjective: plump, chubby, portly, fat, obese, overweight, stout, corpulent, full-figured, heavyset, paunchy, well padded, well covered, well upholstered, rotund; tubby, pudgy, beefy, porky, roly-poly, blubbery, corn-fed.
Pierce, verb: penetrate, puncture, perforate, prick, lance; stab, spike, stick, impale, transfix, bore through, drill through; hurt, wound, pain, sting, sear, grieve, distress, upset, trouble, harrow, afflict; affect, move