7 MODERN DEADLY SINS
By S. Kay
Ordering through an app, a robot reheats the food. A drone flies it to the condo's entrance, and rings his doorbell. He groans, getting up.
He finds a cute guy checking in at a cafe and intercepts, getting attention by spilling coffee and asking for his help. The plan works.
Her nail polish changes colour after she dips it in her drink, so she knows it's been dosed, and switches the martini with her date's.
His new look dazzles jaded journos, but comment moderators filter extra hate. Not many 135-year-olds look that good in a micromini.
Reliant on robotics to lift her arm, she thinks nothing of slipping her credit card into a vending machine. It dispenses a soda, with fraud.
They kiss like they're devouring each other, but only one could be destroyed by lust. The other is made of plastic and circuits.
A #3-rated flexbot joins a new girl for the noon cam show, the Hot Lunch. A food app syncs panini deliveries with the show's end.
S. Kay writes one tweet at a time. Her work has appeared in Nanoism, 7x20, theEEEL, Monkeybicycle, and more. Her debut book "Reliant" will be out October 2015 from tNY.Press.