Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Six Word Stories

I'll start with a personal 6 word story:

"I met him. Dream came true."
(Him, of course, being Martin Sheen!)

Here are some more that have flitted through my mind in the last couple of days:

"He was proud, she was prejudiced."
(That one reminds me of my 'second' favourite man, Colin Firth)

"Eight whiskies. Didn't see red light."

"Fell in love with Mr Wrong."

"Smiling, he read his own obituary."

"His body was cold. She smiled."

And a couple of 'borrowed' ones:

"I came, I saw, I conquered.'

"Saigon. Sh.t, I'm still in Saigon."

8 comments:

  1. These are really good!
    Smiling, he read his own obituary. That's great!
    Ana

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  2. Alas she married him. Big mistake!

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  3. I like Smiling, he read his own obituary too.

    Was it an error or is he hiding out???? HMMMM...

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  4. Ooh, I like: His body was cold. She smiled.

    Reminds me of my favorite vampire!!

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  5. "Smiling, he read his own obituary."
    Or could he have written it himself?

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  6. LOL, Debra - I wasn't sure about that one. Wasn't thinking about vampires, just about why someone would smile when 'he' was dead. Maybe he was a faithless lover and she'd just killed him? I dunno!

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  7. Nice one, Margaret - story of my life, actually! :-)

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  8. Variation:
    Signed his death certificate and disappeared.
    ana

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