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Wednesday, 22 April 2009

NaPoWriMo (22) Three Word Wednesday

Written for NaPoWriMo day twenty-two
and The American Sandwich game
inspired by 3WW the words this week are:
Deceit, Indulge and Oath.


Here's mine:
THREE WORD WHATSIT
"Here's your deceit, sir," said the man at the Fiddlers Ferry gas station.
"Hey, Mac, I asked for a receipt, what part of that don't you understand?"
"Sorry, sir, indulge me, I've taken the oath to play Three Word Whatsit!"

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21 comments:

  1. Ah, don't you just love 'em when they're like that :-)

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  2. Witty and well-played, sir.

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  3. I could see this conversation really hapenning.

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  4. I thought it true and adorable

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  5. Clever for sure.There's one down at my blog.Pls c it.

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  6. Wow, we go to the same gas station. Well, the same type of people run it anyway.

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  7. Made me laugh out loud. Nicely done.

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  8. Wonderful.
    I have always had pain in writing humour.
    But you have done it nicely

    ~Harsha

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  9. LOL, cute.

    Don't know if you're interested, but when writing, you need commas before names and terms of endearments, etc.

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  10. Depending on what's on the receipt, "deceit" might just be the right word.

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  11. Very clever! Reminds of a joke of a man, a genie, and a bartender...

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  12. Hi Tony, thanks for that!

    Susan, I'll take your word for that!

    Sudharm, glad you got to laugh!

    Gautami. I'm thinking about you!

    Thanks Thom, that's a compliment!

    Hi DP, I virtually overheard it, did you know Fiddlers Ferry is a real place?

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  13. Hi Pia, I like what you said about community!

    Hi Deeptesh, I'll be over your end as soon as I've finished here!

    Hi, Life Without Clots, Believe me, these people can turn up anywhere!

    Hi Lucy, a bit like your profile picture, perhaps!

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  14. Hi Witchmojo, It's good to laugh! right?

    Thankyou Harsha!

    Hi Angel, thanks for pulling me up, I could say it's poetic license but the truth is I'm so used to writing informal e-mails and blog commenting that I just didn't notice. Thanks for the critique.

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  15. Thanks Ann, that's pretty much the gist of it!

    Hi Michael, that wouldn't be the one about the man who walked into a bar carrying a box with a ...

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  16. Shows the short and simple is super. :)

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  17. Hi Lisa,
    'Keep it simple, keep it sweet, when you're groovin' down the street.'

    Thanks, for the follow!

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