Six-word Short Story Contest

Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings has thrown down the gauntlet to the world to create the world's best six word short story. He links to a Wired article with examples from famous folks:
  • “Failed SAT. Lost scholarship. Invented rocket.” – William Shatner
  • “I couldn’t believe she’d shoot me.” – Howard Chaykin
  • “The baby’s blood type? Human, mostly.” – Orson Scott Card

Here's what I came up with:
Flash. Bang. Duck. Cover. Happy

One dessert. Two spoons. Three shots.

The wedding has been cancelled. Again.

Give it a try yourself. It's harder than it looks!

[h/t Liz]

posted by Mike at 8:06 AM


Blogger Robert Hruzek said...

Thanks for joining the fray, Michael; not bad! But c'mon, don't stop there; the contest runs through Sunday.

You can check out the entire list (so far) here.

11:13 AM  

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