DISCUSSION THREAD -- October 2020 75 -Word Writing Challenge

Parson

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@Bren G .... A New Hope .... A new hope for some is a new terror for others.

@Luiglin .... There’s a party in the woods, can you come? .... Being late to a party will lead to unpleasant surprises.

@Guttersnipe .... How Did It Go Again? .... Be care who you invite for lunch.

@chrispenycate .... Do they know it's Christmas time at all? .... It's the little folk and the poor folk who pay for the parties of the well-to-do.

@Marvin .... Everyday Horror .... Real horror has nothing to do with weirdness but it is worse for all that.
 
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Parson

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@jackwinabox57 .... Anta da Chaka a Chuka Awa o Owo s Oway -- Translation: The Birth of Autumn and Winter Brother and Sister of Sorrow .... Pain brings an end to all that is good.
 

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Consider yourself Forgiven! :)

Or should I say Fogiven?
 

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@Karn's Return .... In The Passing… .... Some journeys come to an end others just seem to end.

@Astro Pen .... Saw no more .... Remember that those who seek prey can become prey themselves, and leave a visual lesson for others.

@paranoid marvin .... A Grim Fairytale .... P. M. does an homage to a fairy tale, and makes it a grim tale indeed.

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How is it that so many people find this such an easy challenge? I haven't even the first clue of how to write a woodland horror and it looks like we are headed to a month of more than 42 stories. (42 being a magical number of stories.)
 

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Astro Pen tellingly demonstrates how revenge can come from an unsuspected source.

paranoid marvin poetically reveals the untold consequences of a familiar incident.

MikeAnderson vividly warns of the dangers of not taking proper precautions on vacation.
 

Karn's Return

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@Karn's Return .... In The Passing… .... Some journeys come to an end others just seem to end.

@Astro Pen .... Saw no more .... Remember that those who seek prey can become prey themselves, and leave a visual lesson for others.

@paranoid marvin .... A Grim Fairytale .... P. M. does an homage to a fairy tale, and makes it a grim tale indeed.

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How is it that so many people find this such an easy challenge? I haven't even the first clue of how to write a woodland horror and it looks like we are headed to a month of more than 42 stories. (42 being a magical number of stories.)



Think Little Red Riding Hood but much darker and evil, Parson, then you'd get it. :)


And many thanks for the reviews, both of you. :) Missed the challenges, really, but considering how the year's gone, especially for my family at this point, concerning some certain fires being an extra whammy...
 

JJewel

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Damn, it is getting to the point I dont wanna vote, their is way to many options, and have read and loved most of them.

Last time around the decision I found much easier.
 

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Okay been thinking about this and the solution seems to be...

I will accept bribes for my vote, does that sound fair enough?
Done.
Here's my offer for your vote
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P.S. I decline any responsibility of the curse associated with the above treasure. You've been warned.
 
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