The Seven Deadly Compound Sins

Slusth:  Slothful lust; often requires Viagra.

Gruttony:  Overindulging on someone else’s tab.

Wrenvy:  Being so jealous, you’ll make them pay.

Gride:  The perverse pleasure of taking credit for other people’s successes.

Wroth:  Too tired to fight about it.

Glutenvy: Wishing you had as much to eat on your plate as the entire party of seven at the neighboring table.

Proth:  Proud to be lazy. 

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Guest blogger Michael A. Arnzen is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of the flash fiction collection, 100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories, and the novel, Play Dead. His most recent project is a spoken word cd called Audiovile. A collection of his best fiction and poetry to date — called Proverbs for Monsters — is due soon from Dark Regions Press. You’re invited to subscribe to his newsletter, The Goreletter.

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