EXERCISE Six-Word-Stories: Week 10

Discussion in 'INSPIRING MUSES' started by Nue, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. They say a picture is worth a thousand words...

    Well I say it's six.

    Welcome to the 10th Six-Word-Story writing contest! It is a weekly exercise with a simple, yet brain-churning idea: Turn a picture into six words.

    Simple enough, right? Well, maybe. IDK. There are a few rules however for sly foxes:fox:.

    le rulez (open)
    1. All words count as as word (very redundant, but it means that even single letters like 'A' and 'I' count as a word)

    2. Acronyms (like N.A.T.O. and P.O.O.P) and conjoined words (like they're and ain't) each count as separate individual words (N.A.T.O=4 words/They're=two words)

    3. Punctuation does not count as words.

    4. Six words. No more. No less.

    Without any further ado...should I delete those rules...no really, should I?

    Six Word Stories: Picture #9 (open)

    [​IMG] [​IMG] This pupper be a hecking cutie.
  2. But I was just licking crumbs.
  3. Please feed me, Human. Pretty Please.
  4. Lost the roommate, kept the dog.