Sunday, November 14, 2010

short and sweet

If you ever read the comments on this here blog, you may have noticed that my friend Dwayne has committed to commenting on each blog post I make during NaBloPoMo. He doesn't really think I can stick to my promise of participating, and knowing how much I love comments, he offered up that incentive. And, if you read his comments, you know that although they don't really make sense a lot of time, they are blog-worthy on their own.

But now Dwayne is annoyed that my posts have gotten too long, and I haven't stuck to my plan of posting quick pictures and videos on the weekend. So Dwayne, this one's for you.

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1 comment:

Dwayne "The Train" said...

imho, short and sweet is always better. case in point: flash fiction, in particular the varieties that are only a few words. these short short stories tell a complete story and are perfect for my adhd. to illustrate, i've found some examples:

ernest hemingway's shortest story ever: "for sale: baby shoes, never used."

a horror story from fredric brown: "the last man on earth sat alone in a room. there was a knock on the door…"

"the date" by sarah lyons: "how could he admit that this was not actually the first time he had seen claudia's scar? he couldn't. he would have to feign surprise."

joe r. lansdale's "the return": "they buried him deep. again."

i will admit that i spent a good deal of time trying to come up with my own short short story, but i failed miserably. this is the best i cold come up with: "there wasn't any peanut butter left. he ate a jelly and jelly sandwich."

ps: i anticipate i am going to be commenting a lot about harry potter over the next few days as i am beyond excited about the new movie that i will be seeing at 11:59pm on thursday.

pps: i've seen that video before and i hate it. cats are pure evil. and stupid.