Discussion Thread -- JANUARY 2017 -- 75 Word Writing Challenge

Discussion in 'Writing Challenges' started by The Judge, Jan 1, 2017.

  1. Bowler1

    Bowler1 Senile Member

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    Bowler1 arrives, giggling in a manic fashion and looking very suspect indeed.

    An open Genre, what ideas have bubbled up into this very odd yellow head... what odd ideas indeed!

    With that, I slink off again.
     
  2. Mr Orange

    Mr Orange Rhubarb rhubarb rhubarb...

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    is it just me that finds an open genre really quite hard?

    i have a title. and that's it
     
  3. Bowler1

    Bowler1 Senile Member

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    That's a start.

    All you need Mr Orange buddy is a little incentive. Fail to post by the deadline and I get to shoot ya, how about that (any excuse really!)?

    No pressure.
     
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  4. Mr Orange

    Mr Orange Rhubarb rhubarb rhubarb...

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    pffft Bowler i'm not scared of your Reagans. it's not like you have a Drumpf.

    (this is what my mind has been reduced to post-christmas)
     
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  5. Luiglin

    Luiglin Dark Lord's biographer aka Stuart Orford

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    Don't forget to successfully use a Drumpf you need a Pewtin.
     
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  6. Parson

    Parson This world is not my home

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    Parson fumbles with the strange looking gun.... Pew, Pew, Pew, --- the sound of firing and ricochets down the hallway. Wonders: "How effective would this be on a yellow grinning bowler?"
     
  7. Bowler1

    Bowler1 Senile Member

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    Stop tickling me!
     
  8. Parson

    Parson This world is not my home

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    So, not effective at all. I take it. :(:p
     
  9. Cathbad

    Cathbad Weird Guy who used to have an Ugly Gray Beard

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    You could tickle him into submission?
     
  10. Parson

    Parson This world is not my home

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    I'll leave that to someone with wings and dangerous claws. Parsons are easily intimidated by Ray Guns.
     
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  11. Bowler1

    Bowler1 Senile Member

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    That's one for Mrs Bowler I think.

    Right then. I've posted. What can I say?

    I blame Judge for not choosing RAY GUNs this month and for also giving us an open Genre.
    When anyone figures out which Genre my dark little gem fits into, please let me know.

    I worry me too... if that helps!

    Mrs Bowler was not impressed....
     
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  12. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    Bowler...dude...that's messed up. ;)
     
  13. Bowler1

    Bowler1 Senile Member

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    A bit like me (and a few others on here).

    Welcome to the oddest little part of the WWW sinister42, join in and have some fun.
     
  14. sinister42

    sinister42 The sinister resister.

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    Oh I have all the fun. You can't have any because I have it all. It's mine. :barefoot: And here's a face with feet for some reason.
     
  15. Parson

    Parson This world is not my home

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    @Bowler1 ... brings us a ghastly resolution to a dysfunctional family.

    @A. Fare Wells ... Brings us a resolution to situation we see everyday on T.V. and it's one of courage and luck.
     
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  16. Heijan Xavier

    Heijan Xavier Embarking on my second year of Chronning!!!

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    I found the 300 worder came much more naturally this month.
     
  17. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    Bowler1 -- This grim psychological chiller shows us how easily innocence can be corrupted into evil.

    A. Fare Wells -- This dark but hopeful tale of survival displays how courage can arise under the worst circumstances.
     
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  18. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    Peter V -- This ironic fable reveals the consequences of humanity's foibles.
     
  19. Victoria Silverwolf

    Victoria Silverwolf Vegetarian Werewolf

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    Droflet -- This clever variation on a classic theme proves that turnabout is fair play.
     
  20. Cat's Cradle

    Cat's Cradle Time, now, to read...

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    I woke up today, and had my story in my mind; the subconscious is so strange...it's an idea I hadn't thought of till I slept. Maybe I'll take a nap, and work on my 300 worder. :)
    I have a feeling this will be a tough month for voting. CC
     
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