This, I feel, is the best of the six word stories from my now defunct blog. It’s also my response to the short story challenge presented by Aggie on Sithy Things. Hope it’s not too verbose…
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This is better than Hemingway’s “short story”. :)
I will update my blogroll to this site, too.
@Aggie: Well, I don’t know if it’s better than Hemingway, but I’m glad you like it. Thanks for the blogroll update. I’ll add you too. :)
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I liked: Monkeys were typing. Longhand was preferred.
Curious concept. Circular logic. Endless possibilities.
@ricki: Yeah, I liked that one too. :)
Curmudgeon’s Laconic Short Story:
“School’s out. Damned kids.”
I like souls in a cold physical decline.
@nursemyra: Yeah, I never wrote that. It was: “Souls in a cold physical design.” Anyway, I stole it…It’s a lyric from a Deadmau5 tune. ;)
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