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Challenge Accepted #33

Since I found that asking people to link their entry to the challenge on their blog actually reduced the number of people participating in it, I though of doing a u-ey and posting their entries on my blog. I don’t know if some were lazy or thought that… well let’s leave it at that. I … Continue reading

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Six word stories (c. Nina)

I’m damned to be forever dammed.

New word Tuesdays

Peg-leg (adj) – The tottering walk of a person who’s had one too many pegs of whiskey.

Challenge Accepted #32

Since I found that asking people to link their entry to the challenge on their blog actually reduced the number of people participating in it, I though of doing a u-ey and posting their entries on my blog. I don’t know if some were lazy or thought that… well let’s leave it at that. I … Continue reading

Six word stories

My best friends were always imaginary.

Six word stories (c. Nina)

I fly because the ground’s scarred.

Two Phrase Story #32

I would like to present a word challenge. Thanks to Elusive Trope for encouraging me to get off my lazy ass and actually try to get more readers involved in this weekly game. I would never have attempted it if you had not pushed me, ET! The premise is simple. I provide one phrase every Thursday, an … Continue reading

New Word Tuesdays

Windsome (adj.) – Flatulent, one who has gaseous alimentary problems

Two Phrase Story #31

I would like to present a word challenge. Thanks to Elusive Trope for encouraging me to get off my lazy ass and actually try to get more readers involved in this weekly game. I would never have attempted it if you had not pushed me, ET! The premise is simple. I provide one phrase every Thursday, an … Continue reading

Two Phrase Story #30

I would like to present a challenge, a word challenge. Thanks to Elusive Trope for encouraging me to get off my lazy ass and actually try to get more readers involved in this weekly game. I would never have attempted it if you had not pushed me, ET! The premise is simple. I provide one phrase every … Continue reading

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