Six Word Stories December 19, 2015.


1. T’was I; I ate your chocolate. 

2. Christmas movies on TV; B grade. 

3. Christmas decorations all out; Christmas atmosphere.

4. Look there’s Mistletoe, better remove it

5. He looked handsome; in certain light.

6. His personality was smooth, as butter.

7. She liked to do her makeup.

8. She liked to be flawlessly prepared.

9. The moon hung in the sky. 

10. I will rise above it all.

11. Nobody is going to stop me.

12. I skipped a lot of numbers.

13. When I wrote this, I forgot. 

14. As many takes as is required.

15. The perfect photograph is usually flawed.

16. Filters are wonderful photo tools used.

17. What do you actually look like?

18. How should I know, no reflection.

19. Only the undead have no reflection. 

20. The eclipse was amazing; I’m blind. 

21. A blood moon; blood ancestors spilled.

22. The moon looks red; people suspicious.

23. Choirs are singing carols and blending.

24. I use to see Handle’s Messiah. 

25. Oh Holy Night; a beautiful carol. 

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12 thoughts on “Six Word Stories December 19, 2015.”

  1. I laughed when reading several of these. (The ones that were supposed to be funny.) It’s kind of an eccentric humor barometer for me, when I laugh out loud and I’m the only one in the room. Great comic turns, accomplished within six words. Your use of the word “blending” is more straightforwardly wise. We should be blending, like choirs, for good will in the world. Such good work. Thank you!

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