If strange humor is your cup of tea this is the place for you. This page features the last 10 stories. Some are complete nonsense, some are well thought satire. The Strange Stories Archives contain stories from past years. In the early years, it was a competition to see who could create the most bizarre fiction. Seems like a recipe for disaster; however, the result is pretty entertaining. Read a few stories now and add AlarminglyStrangeStories.com to your browsers favorites and come back for more.
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It was a lovely day and the Cummy Todge was brimming with people. Some of these people were regulars who were somewhat used to the usual insanity of the place. Most of them however were the unfortunate victims of chance, blissfully unaware that they were in danger of leaving the establishment gibbering like halfwits. Ned squoze past Fauna holding a tray of drinks. He wasn’t too impressed at playing waiter and he snapped at Fauna:…Read More
Daniel stood before the mirror in his rumpled suit. It didn’t fit him as well as it used to – he’d lost some weight. He slicked back his thinning dark hair and straightened his clip-on tie. Today was special; today he was free. More importantly, he was cured. He turned and looked distastefully at the drab grey smock laying folded on the bed. He’d worn for it for the last six months, without even the…Read More
I was 18 years old when my mother spontaneously combusted. As it happened I was enjoying my morning breakfast of Grape Nuts and Lucky Charms coated with melted butter. No milk was involved. My Mommy had dropped an Eggo on the floor. Obscenities strained my ears as she and Bobby-Jo, my pet ferret, wrestled over it. I was reading the back of the Mueslix box when I saw a bright flash out of the corner…Read More
The sun was setting over the Cummy Todge public house and a gentle wind whistled across the grass plains. Binkle Bunny sat outside on a bench, the fading light glistening off his metal parts and in his one infra-red eye. “What a beautiful, nay what a peaceful night.” What he didn’t understand was why it was peaceful. There had in fact been a bomb warning on all the major routes and consequently, not a soul…Read More
Mr. Salv, a worker at Fisher-Price, is staring out the window when… He suddenly realizes what a dumb job he has. “I should’ve gone to college like my mother told me,” he thought to himself. He thought and thought and thought when he suddenly realized (again), “I know that everything will work out all right in the end—at least, I hope so, because the more I think about it, the more I realize that my…Read More
Part 3 of 3: Sally drove her Volkswagen Golf through what had now become a blizzard. Snow fell relentlessly, covering the streets and making visibility downright invisible. To make matters worse, the streets were icy beneath the snow. The small car treated corners as if they were an option, and often skidded into the opposite lane while taking them. “Slow down, can’t you?” said Peter, white-knuckling it in the passenger seat. “We want to get…Read More
Part 2 of 3: Elsewhere in the city that night, a party was being held: in the police station of all places. But not everyone attending was filled with Christmas cheer. Officer Peter Gumption had rather more worrisome thoughts on his mind. He sat nursing them limply on the couch. An attractive blonde twenty-something sat on the arm-rest beside him. “You haven’t touched your eggnog, Peter,” said Sally, Peter’s fellow officer and date. “You can…Read More
Part 1 of 3: It hailed, it sleeted, it raged and blew. Then it rained, and rained some more. It rained until the sewers overflowed. Then, mercifully, Christmas Eve arrived and put its foot down. The wind and its accomplices rolled out, and fog rolled in to wrap the city in its damp embrace. Thousands of relieved people ventured out to do their last-minute shopping. The less-fortunate also ventured out, to do shopping of a…Read More
Head in the sand by CMR Once upon a time there was an ostrich. The ostrich had no concerns and was content to while away it’s days with it’s head in the sand. It would awaken that way in the mornings and drift to sleep that way at night. During the day it would seek out new sand to enjoy. It was at peace with itself and the world around it.Then one day a man…Read More
Follow bob on twitter or ask bob a question! I hope you enjoy this special holiday message for the founder of TheWeirdcap.com and MyStrangeStories.com. For those who don’t follow Bob Senitram’s weekly column, his weekly rambles can be found in the Ask Bob column. I understand how folks really love the Jesus, but for some reason its always at the expense of others. I’ve always questioned the theology of religions that end up hurting more…Read More
From The Fun Archive
Chapter 1 I’m sorry,” said Shantulopukobeebee, “but I am no longer the man you want to marry.” Cascadilla gently placed the half-eaten chicken nugget on the Louis 20th solid silver gold oblong plate. A single tear formed in the corner of her left eye. Don’t you love me anymore?” she managed to belch out. She picked up a bon-bon and shoved it violently into her mouth. “What happened between us?” she asked as a small…Read More
Work It Danny put the exercise video in, took a deep breath, then pushed play on the remote. In moments Johnny Black was on the screen surrounded by his troupe of girls, all of them ready to sweat to the rhythm of cheesy bebop music. “Are you ready to sweat?,” he said pointing through the screen at Danny. “Y-yea,” Danny croaked in a whisper trying to get in the mood of things. “Alright, Let’s get…Read More
An almost complete list of Fun Fiction is HERE (the older stories are still being added).