Friday Fictioneers: Trevor, Satan’s Admin Guy

Welcome Dear Readers to this week’s Friday Fictioneers’ 100-word story picture-prompt challenge!  Here’s this week’s picture prompt:

Copyright – E.A. Wicklund

Trevor, Satan’s Admin Guy

Come into my office, Trevor

Yes Mr. Satan.

Call me Beelzebub. 

Yes Mr. Satan.

What’s on today’s agenda?

Shoveling the good intentions off the road, sir.



I hear the Lord’s creating seagulls today. We need to sabotage that effort.  Ideas?

Annoying squawks, sir?

I like that!

They could love eating garbage, sir.

Sweet! What else?

They could pester the hell out of picnickers.

Perfect!  Take the afternoon off, Trevor!

Thank you!

And Trevor?


Pick up my blue dress from the cleaners on your way home, but keep it on the down low, huh?

Yes Mr. Satan.

If you want to join the Friday Fictioneers story-writing challenge fun, check out the details at  Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ blog Addicted to Purple. where a wonderful group of supportive writers hang out.  Write a 100-word story about the picture she posts each week!  It’s a whole lot of fun and I highly recommend you give whirl!  

Until next time. . . I love you

63 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Trevor, Satan’s Admin Guy

  1. Mr. Satan sounds like quite an interesting fellow. Better watch out for that Trevor though. The kid is full of good ideas and might make a run for power one day.

  2. So much fun here! Making gulls annoying little bums like that — they certainly succeeded. And clever slipping in “Devil in a Blue Dress”! But let’s certainly keep that on the down low.

  3. Oh this is a very unique take on the prompt! And nice reference to “Devil in a Blue Dress,” btw. My favorite was the line about shoveling good intentions off the road. Nicely played.

  4. Oh now this one is my favorite this week! So so clever! I laughed out loud when I read the last couple of lines. 🙂

  5. Hahaha! Well, everybody knows Mr. Satan is a cross-dresser. I don’t know what he’s worried about. I had no idea of his influence upon seagulls. Dirty rotten trick, if you ask me. I suppose he also made them greedy so they would always be saying, “Mine! Mine!”

  6. This is such a fun piece! Who knew it was Satan that made seagulls such cranky little SOB’s. And of course anyone who’s ever been to a college basketball game knows the devil wears a blue dress;) Thanks for sharing this with us.

    • Ha! Yes I’m imagining it to fit something on the order of the Cowardly Lion’s when he puts on that dress at the witches castle. (I just realized I have no idea what those guys were called and it’s one of my all time favorite movies!)

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