Tie the Knot...It's a Stinky Prenup

By Peter Grant

Comedy & satire, Short stories | eBook


For her fifth trip down the aisle Prissy Poulet is more interested in the groom’s ass than his assets. Stinky has to wade through a confusing collection of documents to fashion a prenuptial agreement for the “People’s Princess” of the arts, but he scores an invitation to the year’s most anticipated wedding and reception. Prissy is French by prior marriage and if Cher could “Turn Back Time” and perform one of her popular “final” concerts in the legendary Moulin Rouge, it might be something like the reception. Don’t believe me? Stinky has photos. Reader discretion warning: The “house cocktails” at the event are more like “house of ill repute cocktails.” The beverages described are real, but their names are very, very nasty. One of the wedding guests has a colorful past, colorful hair and a colorful tongue. She uses a lot of blue language. On the plus side she’s kind to Eddie and affectionate. Voulez-vous continuer à lire avec moi, ce soir?


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For her fifth trip down the aisle Prissy Poulet is more interested in the groom’s ass than his assets. Stinky has to wade through a confusing collection of documents to fashion a prenuptial agreement for the “People’s Princess” of the arts, but he scores an invitation to the year’s most anticipated wedding and reception. Prissy is French by prior marriage and if Cher could “Turn Back Time” and perform one of her popular “final” concerts in the legendary Moulin Rouge, it might be something like the reception. Don’t believe me? Stinky has photos. Reader discretion warning: The “house cocktails” at the event are more like “house of ill repute cocktails.” The beverages described are real, but their names are very, very nasty. One of the wedding guests has a colorful past, colorful hair and ...


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Peter Grant has been to some terrible wedding receptions, but none came close to the one in this story, darn it. While Grant's early writing was nonfiction, he turned to fiction when he was asked to write budget narratives for companies in various states of disrepair. That led to the Stinky Stories, a series of adventures of the best looking man on the planet. Like all individual titles, "Tie the Knot" is included in a collection, "Still Stinky After All These Years, Volume 3."


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Peter Grant has been to some terrible wedding receptions, but none came close to the one in this story, darn it. While Grant's early writing was nonfiction, he turned to fiction when he was asked to write budget narratives for companies in various states of disrepair. That led to the Stinky Stories, a series of adventures of the best looking man on the planet. Like all individual titles, "T...


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