This weekend’s challenge is:
Describe something that is three different things at the same time. Oh, and do it in 33 words. Structure your response however you want; it doesn’t have to mirror Mr. Gaiman’s form. Feel free to leave us guessing. Just make it your own, and make it good.
The Atari Game System:
It was a state of the art gaming experience.
Then it was obsolete, not fit for a landfill in Mexico.
Now it’s ‘old skool’, still fun and PC compatible!
I still have my collection in a closet (I dug it out of storage a few years ago. No I haven’t hooked it up to a big screen TV. Yes, ET is there. Joysticks are broken, paddles are ok. Manuals are crisp and new.
Will put it on eBay soon. Unless you’re makin’ an offer 😉
Now they all fit here.
On 2 CD’s we have 155 games between them,
with manuals, commercials, prototypes games and even mp3s.
Sure looks like it takes up less space!
This weekend’s challenge is:
The Rule of Three is a writing principle that asserts that, in writing, groups of three have the most impact. This week’s challenge is to write 33 words using the Rule of Three somewhere among them. It is up to you to interpret the rule, just make sure to use exactly 33 words.
I thought about this and while reading the Wikipedia article, noticed there were stories/tales with 3 characters used as examples. So I thought up my own fantabulous trio that you may notice from time to time. I present to your voting selfs – “A Tale of Three Forks”.
Skinny fork claimed, “salads start every meal perfectly.”
Heavy fork bragged, “I’m the main attraction!”
Dainty fork boasted, “I’ll satisfy every sweet tooth.”
Spoon, Plate & Knife agreed – “Get the forks outta here!”
In this weekend’s challenge, we are given 33 words and told to add 33 more.
Sound familiar? Yes, this prompt took me back to where it all began, so so why not use the opportunity to take the story a little further. Just a little.
TFX’s words are in italics, my words are bolded.
The last strains of sunlight lingered in the corners, grasping every available point of refraction. She slid her fingertips along the glass wondering if this was all there ever was. Or could be.
Carly looked past the cracked window as Allen walked into the sunset alone. One way or another, he was gone. She turned so the camera wouldn’t see the tear. The show was over.
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Robert Frost one said, “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” We want you to do the same. Sum up anything you want, but do it in three words. Your response should mirror Frost’s quote by beginning, “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about–.” And the last four words are yours to choose.
With this weekend’s challenge, we have now done 3, 33, 333, and 3,333 words. So either there will be a 33,333 challenge (rivalling NaNoWriMo) or a contest where we remove 3 words from a sentence. I don’t know which frightens me more.
Until there, here’s what I know about that.
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about food.”
Follow the recipe.
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.