Sunday, February 13, 2011

Microfiction Monday!

Susan from Stony River has managed to rope me into her creative multi-blogged participation! Just write a short story in 140 characters or less (altogether). Keep your microwriting sharp! Go over and read the many fantastic entries once you're done here--you're more than welcome to join!





Lord Rathbone sighed.

Why is it that my brothers get all the fun while I'm stuck here to watch?

Next time he'll use AXE.


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19 comments:

  1. Wonderful!!! I loved this - and it made me go "awwwwwww poor Lord Rathbone!" :-) Take care
    x

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  2. Oh I really want to take part but I am not sure that I'll be able to write micro stories. :)

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  3. Old Spice might work better for him. Everyone loves Old Spice.

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  4. That's awesome. And witty. It made me laugh this time. I need to check it out.
    Nahno ∗ McLein

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  5. well done! micro fiction isn't an easy thing to do :)

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  6. Poor Lord Rathbone. He should put his foot down and demand they take turns keeping watch. I wouldn't recommend an axe, though.

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  7. The poor man. And on Valentine's Day, too. It breaks my heart. *perk* Perhaps I'll console him.

    Great job.

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  8. Musk he must try....if he wants to steal his brothers bride....loved it.

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  9. Poor Rathborn, maybe a complete fragrance change would help.
    Good MF, I lol at the end!

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  10. Great chuckle for the morning! Poor guy!! You never know, even a little change might make a difference! Have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  11. All about smelling good for the ladies ;-)

    I love it, Elizabeth

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  12. Well, it just might have helped. LOL!

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  13. Loved the subtle reference to a commercial...hate the commercial, but love your story...Cheers~

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  14. Hmm...maybe he needs to set his sights higher than Axe. LOL At least he's giving the situation some thought! :)

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  15. Hahaha..
    Poor Lord Rathbone if he expects Axe to turn him into a confident and girl-getting machine in seconds.

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  16. Hahaha i love it! At first I thought 'AXE' referred to the sharp cutting tool...

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