Trifextra 28- Fork Full

With this weekend’s Trifextra challenge, we were asked to find, in 33 words, 3 uses for one object.

A fork- as part of my devil costume, it didnt scare anyone; it flayed, rather than scratched my back; and lying on the road, challenged people… until one man simply picked it up.


Filed under Creative Writing, Trifextra, Writing, Writing Challenges

26 responses to “Trifextra 28- Fork Full

  1. When you get to a fork in the road, take it. No. Literally. Take it. πŸ™‚

  2. The mental image of a devil with a fork in lieu of a pitchfork is pretty funny.

  3. unevenstevencu

    I like the ending and the use of the word fork

  4. Very interesting and creative take on uses of a fork! =)

  5. This was a fun take on the prompt.

  6. i liked how you ended it. but the fork in the road, how i do hate it!

  7. Very nicely done. The fork in the road: I’d just eeny-meeny-miney-mo it.

  8. This was a fun one to read – very creative πŸ™‚ The fork in the road is the worst. Choices!

  9. I love the vision of someone walking along the road and simply picking the fork up. Great job with the prompt. Very creative.

  10. Fork – choices – you said it all.

  11. Snicker. When you come to the fork in the road, what do you do? That’s a fun way to work in an old joke.

  12. Clever! Congrats on the third-place nod.

  13. Lance

    gratz on the bronze medal….I enjoyed your 33 a lot

  14. hypercryptical

    A little devil of a tale!

    Anna :o] at

  15. Nice job, BT. Very creative. I played with a few ideas but nothing clicked. As Lance (Olympically) articulated, congrats on the bronze.

  16. Congratulations on your third place win! Well done Brain!

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