Here’s a late entry in celebration of Mother’s Day. A teenage son finds the infamous Medallion of Zulo and what on Earth do you suppose he’s going to do with it? In the world of TG captions, there’s only one answer. This is my homage to the work of legendary TG captioneer Gensabi, who often returns to this son-to-mother trope—as do most of us, at times, in our own way.
By the way, just to head off any misunderstandings, I’d like to emphasize that in this story “Uncle Anton” (short for “Antonio”) and the “new boyfriend” are one and the same person. The text may not make that clear. So the “uncle” is not a blood relation, or family by marriage; it’s just what the son calls his mother’s current boyfriend. Hence, there is NO in my captions! (No one called me on this, I’m just swinging ahead of the pitch.)
P.S. Computer issues are not yet resolved. But my latest story, “Dreams in the Witch House“, is still in the mix for this weekend. Fingers crossed!