Hemingway said a story could be written in a little as six words, and used the example “For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn.” to make his case.
In 100 words or less, write for us a postcard fiction story– that is, a micro-flash fiction story, a very, very short story, but a whole story– in the comments section. Your story must feature this particular bottlecap in some way, but otherwise can be about absolutely anything at all. The winner will be profiled in an upcoming post. Ready, set, go!