Discussion in 'Writing Prompts' started by Arannir, Mar 6, 2014.
That's her face in the mirror.
When in doubt, punch a kid.
"The jury finds the President guilty."
The beer ran out. Death ensued.
His hand opened my my eyes.
I hope you all forgive me for saying so, but the issue I have with a lot of what's been posted in this thread aren't six word stories. They're sentences from stories that lack context and don't tell us anything beyond what's in the sentence.
From the website in the OP:
"Sorry soldier, shoes sold in pairs."
From this, you get a whole lot about what's not in the sentence. Clearly, there's a soldier with only one leg, who's facing a certain reaction despite his sacrifice.
The vast majority of what's posted here - mine included - are at best writing prompts rather than a succinct sentence that tells a whole, implied story.
Her revenge failed, but everybody died.
Pepsi: Estonian lake, Philippinian porn actress
Six words to sum this up??
Six words tell the whole story.
Tall request. But we will try.
Twas a dark and stormy night.
A stare of idiot indifference now..
Zulu died and Zephyr became King.
I made all of this up.
You are guilty of eating chocolate.
Congratulations you just installed a virus.
You are late for the exam
Sorry,forgot to pack my brain.
Show me a pebble from Mars.
And I will show you Uranus.
Separate names with a comma.